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Some also suspect that the video was scripted and doesn't represent an authentic experience with using the app.
A representative for Tinder directed Buzz Feed News to a statement Mckeen made and then pinned to the top of her video claiming the video was "controlled" and therefore "safe" — and that the Tinder matches in the video were not hired actors.