#HurtBae Has Found A New Man And Her Cheating Ex Is Supremely Salty
It’s been almost a year, but I think we all remember the #HurtBae video. If not, let me remind you. Kourtney Jorge, now 24, confronted her cheating ex-boyfriend, Leonard Long III, on the most public forum you could imagine – Youtube. The Scene posted their sad face-to-face meeting the day after Valentine’s Day, and in the video, Jorge is weeping throughout it while Long responds in the most deadpan way.
Anyone who has ever been cheated on hurt for Jorge, who was then dubbed “HurtBae.” She even inspired the Twitter hashtag #HurtBae, which caused her ex to go on the defensive. He was the most hated guy on the internet after that video posted, and in an attempt to do some damage control, he appeared on the internet show Krispy Shorts several days later. But in that interview he continued to show how basic and ignorant he was by saying things like, “Men do their dirt and we have to be more responsible not getting caught,” and referring to Jorge, “I made that b**ch famous.”
Well, Mr. Ignorant reared his head last night. The Shade Room announced that #HurtBae found a new love, and in the comments section, Long wrote: “when you can’t get Polo so you go grab some USPA.”
I assume that he is referring to himself as Polo, and if that’s the case then Ralph Lauren should sue. And for those who don’t know what USPA is, it stands for US Polo ASSN (Association). It’s considered to be the knock-off of Ralph Lauren Polo. Did you or someone you know wear a shirt with a hella big “polo” logo on it? Chances are that was USPA. So, not only is Long basic and ignorant, he is delusional to think he is of any kind of high quality when he admitted in The Scene video that he ordered #HurtBae to get out of his room while he had sex with another girl. Bruh, Polo is not your brand.
After he posted that extra salty comment, Instagram came for his neck. He responded by posting a picture on his Instagram page of him and who I assume is his girlfriend of the moment with the caption, “We good over here.” If that’s the case, bruh, then stay over there.