Apparently Matt asked her to take down their kissing photo together saying, “I’ve f-ked up, I know it” after Pippa messaged him and gave him a piece of her mind.
“Honestly didn’t expect this to happen and my heart well and truly goes out to Emily who in fact I have spoken to and she’s lovely #girlssticktogeather”, Mckinney posted to her Facebook.
She unfortunately “took his number down wrong, but would love to get to see him again”.
Well, just be seated right away and you’ll receive a story, a story of causing tragic fool who had snagged dishonesty on his girlfriend due to natural diet of Facebook.
But her bid to track down the stranger turned into a nightmare for the hairdressing student when she discovered he had a girlfriend. “I thought he looked stunning and he was really friendly, we just clicked”, Pippa said to Daily Mail.
In the Facebook Message exchange, she told Matty: “Told me you were single, and now iv hurt ur gf”. I know I had only met him on a night out but we instantly hit it off and I really did like him.
Pippa had celebrating her 22nd birthday with friends at AXM Club in Manchester city centre when Matty came over and began chatting with her.
But removed from the gathering they was believing for, Ms McKinney instead found a given person had labeled her publish having the name of another date.
She told the Manchester Evening News (MEN) she was left feeling “gutted” when the post went viral and someone tagged his girlfriend in the photo.
Handling it with much cool, Emily tagged her boyfriend whom Pippa was head over heels for, Matty Stevens and said “There you go love”. I feel embarrassed for his girlfriend too as this is not her fault.
“I do feel a bit sorry for him now as there are so many people laughing at him but then he shouldn’t have done what he did”.
It appears that Emily has now deleted the cover photo on her Facebook which had her photo with Matty.
Better luck next time, gal.