July 4, 2024 at 4:38 pm

Tenant Claimed That Her Landlord Set Her Apartment On Fire Because She Couldn’t Legally Evict Her

by Matthew Gilligan

Source: TikTok/@afckinmazing

This is wild!

I know there’s a lot of friction between landlords and tenants, but this takes things to a new level!

A woman named Ki posted a video on TikTok and told viewers that her landlord…wait for it…set her apartment on fire because they couldn’t evict her.

The text overlay to her video reads, “When your landlord can’t legally evict you so she sets your room on fire.”

Source: TikTok/@afckinmazing

Ki showed viewers a clean room and then went into her room that was trashed and burned.

She said, “Look at that; what’d I say, nobody else’s room.”

Source: TikTok/@afckinmazing

Someone off-camera said, “Wait a minute! Are you ******* serious? There’s no ******* way.”

Ki gave viewers a tour of the wreckage and it looked like a disaster area!

Source: TikTok/@afckinmazing

Check out her video.


Replying to @lexeaux This feels like a crazy dream 😣😣#landlordfromhell

♬ original sound – Ki Kiii ✨

Ki posted a follow-up video and gave viewers an update about moving into a hotel since the fire.

Well, at least she has a place to stay…



#Loll Funny but not funny. Nonetheless im grateful. Shouts to @Red Cross for coming through for ya gurl 🥹🤎I’m going to bed, STORY TIME COMING SOOON. Im smiling but I’m still in shock. Talk soon. Good Night 🙏🏽😊

♬ Moesha Diary – Laura

This is what people had to say.

This person had some questions.

Source: TikTok/@afckinmazing

Another viewer thinks she’s in for a payday.

Source: TikTok/@afckinmazing

And one TikTokker shared their thoughts.

Source: TikTok/@afckinmazing

That was a wild one!

The rental business is out of hand these days.

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