Lesbian couple who think they may be siblings are going to keep dating

By Alma Fabiani

Published Jun 22, 2022 at 12:35 PM

Reading time: 2 minutes

The internet, in all its glory, comes with many positives and negatives. One day you might find the perfect skincare brand you’ve been manifesting for ages—and it’s affordable!—while on another you might come across a video where a couple realise they might be siblings. I’m sorry to say that today is one of the latter days…

Carley and Mercedes, who are popular on both TikTok and (more recently) OnlyFans, have been dating for about two years now. Though the two women have seen much success on both apps for a while now, it was only four days ago that their content went truly viral. In their initial clip, which now has more than 8.1 million views, 1.2 million likes and just under 8,000 comments, Carley and Mercedes revealed the possibility of them sharing the same father.

What’s worse is that they don’t seem to think that’s enough for them to call it quits or at least take a break while they await the results of a DNA test. In fact, they haven’t even taken a test at all as of yet. In the video’s caption, the couple asked their followers, “Should we take a DNA test?” while in a pinned comment, they further questioned, “If we’re actually related, is it wrong to stay together?”

@carleyandmercedes

Should we take a DNA test? #siblingsordating #fyp #foryou #wlw #xyzbca

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Though I personally have my own doubts regarding the veracity of this shocking and very taboo story—finding out you might be dating your sibling is one thing, sharing the news with your 600,000 followers as well as the fact that you might stay together is another—it didn’t stop the video from rapidly spreading online like a bad rash.

And it looks like Carley and Mercedes, who are content creators after all—meaning they’re driven by engagement, likes and impressions—have noticed just how much potential their probable and so-far-unknown incest had. Ever since their first TikTok went viral, the couple has shared three more videos in a similar format to the initial one and an additional clip where they’ve answered one user’s comment asking when they’ll take a DNA test. They’ve also capitalised on the ambiguity of their relationship, having set up an OnlyFans account under the username @Notyouraveragesisters. Lovely…

That being said, most of you will be relieved to learn that, yes, they finally ordered a genealogical DNA test and are now waiting for it to arrive in the mail.

@carleyandmercedes

Reply to @kutfeminist what do we do lol 🫠🫠 #fyp #foryou #xyzbca #wlw #siblingsordating

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According to UNILAD, Carley and Mercedes aren’t the first couple to go viral on TikTok for similar reasons either. Back in 2020, Diana Camila Avila and Jordie Vena made headlines for being in a relationship despite being step-siblings. “The couple started off pretty much like any other couple trying to get TikTok famous, with clips involving dancing, cosplay and comedy skits based on their relationship, but they caused quite a stir when they later revealed that they’re actually step-siblings,” wrote the publication.

Speaking to LADbible in 2020, Diana said: “We met six years ago but we started dating three years ago. We met through our parents.” She went on to add that it was “love at first sight” but because of how they met, they both kept their feelings quiet. However, one night, while their parents were away, the pair ended up kissing. The rest is history…

While we all impatiently await the result of Carley and Mercedes’ DNA test, we recommend you scroll through the comments sections of the couple’s latest saga of videos. You won’t regret it, just look at some of our top picks:

Lesbian couple who think they may be siblings are going to keep dating

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