'Who TF Did I Marry?’ 50-Part Confession Series Takes Over TikTok

Reesa Teesa took to the app to reveal how her journey in love took her down a rabbit hole filled with lies and deception.


Does the name Reesa Teesa ring a bell? If you've been on social media lately, you know exactly who we are talking about. Sis is the latest person to go viral on TikTok after detailing how she had a whirlwind romance with someone she thought she'd spend the rest of her life with.

The Atlanta woman pulled back the layers in a 50-part series, dubbed "Who TF Did I Marry?" on the app about her relationship with a man she now calls "Legion," whom she met at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. In the series, Teesa alleges he was untruthful for their relationship. Her confessional has garnered over 50 million views and hundreds of comments and reposts from users on the platform.

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"I’m going to tell the story of how I met, dated, married, and divorced a real pathological liar,” she explained in the first video while vowing "to be truthful, even if it makes me look bad.”

Teesa and Legion met in March 2020 on Facebook Dating. While en route to their first date, Teesa got a flat tire and he came to her rescue. Legion fronted the bill for the repairs on her tire and paid for their date.

While getting to know Legion, Teesa claims he told her he was a wealthy former arena football player who also worked at Apple during the team's off-season. Legion also said he previously lived in California but moved to Atlanta to take on a new job as the VP of a condiment company. Additionally, he said he was once married but had divorced his wife because she cheated on him.

Not long after they met, Reesa went against her Christian values and began living with Legion while he paid all of her bills. During this time, COVID-19 was rampant and the world went into lockdown.

As time rolled on, they began preparing to buy a $700,000 home, and then, in January 2021, the couple exchanged vows.

But their relationship began to crumble, and five months later, they were divorced.

“I just know that everything was a lie. I have not found anything that proves something was true,” Reesa said during a live chat. “I need to forgive myself; maybe I shouldn’t say forgive myself for being dumb, but definitely forgive myself, for you would rather be right and married than be obedient and patient.”

Teesa said she discovered that everything he had said was a lie. Legion was allegedly employed by a temp company as a forklift driver and he did not have enough finances to buy a home for them. Not only that, Teesa accused him of using false social security numbers and bank statements in an attempt to buy their dream home. 

The truth continued to be unveiled.

Teesa also found out that Legion was on probation for criminal trespassing and impersonating a police officer. He also created a false identity for himself by using details from his estranged brother's life.

“I actually think if there was no COVID, I am not sure that—I think the relationship would have went in a different direction. I do,” she added.

The pieces of this puzzle continued to come together when Teesa met with Legion's family members who said that he had a history of this kind of deceptive behavior since childhood.

“Which tells me you all saw something in him that was never addressed, never corrected, and now he’s a full-grown man out here in the world preying on whoever. For the record, he’s not just preying on women. He has lied to men, too, not necessarily in a romantic way, but he lies to everyone," she said in the series.

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