Man Who 'Found Shrimp Tails' In Cinnamon Toast Crunch is Being Canceled | 22 Words

Days after the shrimp tail guy went viral overnight for putting Cinnamon Toast Crunch in hot water, he's found himself canceled...

...By his ex-girlfriends.

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Scroll on to find out more about this whole explosive situation and the shocking accusations against him.

Now, this all started with the Cinnamon Toast Crunch debacle.


The cereal is beloved by many, there's no doubt about it. There's just something about that sweet, spicy flavor ...

It's just the best.


Who doesn't love it?

That distinctive flavor ...


Often imitated, never duplicated.

Like a cozy hug for breakfast.


There's nothing quite so comforting.

There's just one problem.


The beloved brand has been embroiled in a recent scandal.

And it's truly bizarre.


So let's start from the beginning.

It all started when writer Jensen Karp posted this tweet earlier in the week.

​Claiming he'd found bits of shrimp in his box of CTC.

And that was only the beginning of this crazy tale ...

Cinnamon Toast Crunch initially responded with this...

Pretty innocuous, right?

Jensen was having none of it, though.

Hitting back with this joke.

​CTC ignored this, but made this claim.

No shrimp, but in fact clumps of sugar that oddly resembled bits of shrimp.

Jensen didn't buy it.

And shared some disturbing close-up images.

CTC ​then ​asked Jensen to send them the shrimp tails for them to "investigate."

Then things got worse.

Jensen went back to the original packet to find even more weird items ...

After this, CTC did a rapid reverse.

They now claim they have nothing to do with the tampered-with box of cereal.

So, Jensen is taking things to the authorities.

We told you this story was mad.

Then CTC asked Jensen to hand over the box.

Asking him to give the box to local law enforcement.

And now, in the latest crazy twist...

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Karp is being canceled.

Karp's ex-girlfriends have alleged that he was "manipulative" and "abusive" during their relationships.

Melissa Stetten took to Twitter to write: "'What you may not know about the man behind the viral posts' what like he's a manipulative gaslighting narcissistic ex-boyfriend who once told me he was surprised I hadn't killed myself because my life was so worthless?"

Stephanie Mickus retweeted Stetten's tweet adding: "Hahaha my quickly deleted subtweet yesterday said oh no I can't follow the latest viral saga cause I was blocked in 2014 b/c I was not gracious enough after a surprise thr*esome! But not before I was told to 'be careful or I would never work in this town again.'"

While another woman tweeted: "That this is the most abusive person I have ever been with and I am crying as I type this."

They also claimed that many other women have reached out share their horror stories about their relationships with Karp.

Karp is yet to comment on the accusations.