They met up the following day. Ms A decided to confront him about the two obvious love bites on his neck as well. He claimed that she was responsible for them, but Ms A refuted that it wasn't her. She later verified that it wasn't Ms B as well.
The reason given was that the KL trip made him realise his feelings for Ms B. So they ended things at Ya Kun in Clarke Quay.
In his words, as shared by Ms A, “I have feelings for you, but you were right on Monday. I can't two-time the both of you. I have to choose, and I know Ms B longer. And it's just gonna be weird.”
He hoped that if Ms A were to meet Ms B, she would help him lie that they matched around early April before he had matched with Ms B - when in fact, they had been talking since end-March.
At this point, Ms A was left with more questions and decided it was only right for her to warn others about Kylen's ways. So she proceeded to meet with Ms B, wanting to wish her all the best if Kylen had indeed chosen her.
Since they had scheduled a meet-up anyway – Ms A and Ms B met up at a restaurant in Clarke Quay.
As they went over the details, Ms A and Ms B realised there had been signs of the two-timing, and possibly triple-timing, from the start.
Ms B recalled spotting some artwork at his house - an acrylic painting, signed off with a female name. Kylen had said it was given to him by a friend.
That same name was on his 7-year-old Macbook and Spotify account. Oddly enough, it seemed like the same name followed him wherever he went, but when he was asked who it was, he replied she was “just a friend”.
Ms A also shared that when she visited, she was told to specify the wrong unit number when she was checking in at the guard house to avoid his “psycho ex”.
Both women, after verification with Ms C, realised to their horror that the apartment which they had stayed over in – wasn't Kylen's place as he had claimed – but in fact, belonged to her.