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Violinist’s Childhood Bully Asks Her To Play At Her Wedding For Free—She Gives Her A Reality Check

An acclaimed violinist with around twenty years of experience recently shut down her childhood bully after she contacted her with an unexpected request.

In screenshots posted on social media, Tiffany Moore exposed how the same woman who had relentlessly bullied her in middle school for pursuing her passion for music was now asking her to perform at her wedding for free

“Hey girl!!! It’s been forever,” the former bully began. “I’m getting married, and I totally want you to play violin for my ceremony in October. It would be the perfect gift, PLUS you could use the photos and videos to build your performance portfolio! Win-win!”

Tiffany Moore, an acclaimed violinist with 19 years of experience in the wedding industry, shut down her childhood bully after she requested she play at her nuptials for free

Image credits: tiffanymooreviolin

But Tiffany didn’t need help building a portfolio. Her resume includes music lessons on violin, piano, ukulele, guitar, viola, cello, voice coaching, music theory, and songwriting.

She has also been recognized on several occasions by The Knot, an online wedding vendor marketplace that connects couples with local wedding professionals.

“Hello. It’s 1. Rather bold of you to assume that I’d gift you a $2,500 service. 2. You bullied me relentlessly in middle school for being in [the] orchestra. 3. Build my portfolio? You may not realize I’ve been recognized by The Knot and Wedding Wire 6 years in a row,” the Chicago-based violinist responded.

“My ‘portfolio’ dates back to age 12. I’ve been in the wedding industry for 19 years.”

Written by Leia

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