One of the most prestigious universities, not only in the United States but in the whole world es Harvard, which is always in the top ten of the best study houses, and 2021 was no exception, since it was placed in third place.
Harvard University, which was founded in 1636, thus being the oldest institution of higher education in the United States, It currently has a staff of more than 23,000 students, of various nationalities.
There are dozens of Mexicans those who, thanks to a great effort from them and their families, they have managed to study and graduate from Harvard; However, there are also many others who have missed the opportunity for things that for many are irrelevant.
That is apparently the case of a young Mexican who identifies himself as @ palevill27 on TikTok, whose story between Harvard and the supposed “love of his life” has gone viral, and not precisely because of a happy ending.
In the video that already has more than 6 million views, the young TikTok user shared a clip following a trend where people share on the platform what is the greatest thing they have done for love.
The story of this boy goes back to a few years ago, when he was a Harvard student and had a girlfriend living in Mexico, with whom he was very much in love and for whom He was able to give up his dreams when he decided to return to his native country to be with her, something that his partner ended up not appreciating.
“When I told my parents that Harvard was not what I expected to return with you to Mexico,” wrote the TikTok user, in a clip where he can be seen wearing a shirt from the prestigious university.
The video provoked a series of criticisms against the boy for having missed, perhaps, the best opportunity of his life, to which he responded with this other clip on TikTok.
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