What could have motivated 14-year-old Jaylen Fryberg to open fire in the cafeteria of Marysville-Pilchuck High School in Marysville, Washington, on Friday afternoon? RadarOnline.com has learned that the teen and his girlfriend’s relationship had turned rocky in recent weeks, and they played out their relationship drama on Twitter. Read the pair’s bitter tweets.
Fryberg taunted a mutual friend of the couple last month, encouraging them to “fight.”
His girlfriend, who Radar has chosen not to identify, tweeted on the night before the shooting that someone had asked her to “meet” by the cafeteria — where the shooting eventually took place.
She also tweeted about cheaters, being “pissed off” and wanting someone “out of her life” just days before the shooting.
Fryberg said on October 21 that he was broken.
Weeks ago he tweeted, “Your sic gonna piss me off … And then some sh*t gonna go down and I don’t think you’ll like it…” And retweeted a post about how “ex’s sic always go after people they told you never to worry about when you were together.”
The girlfriend tweeted about being in “so much emotional pain” earlier this month.
Fryberg aired anger about his “girlfriend” in early September. “And now I f*****g HATE you!” he wrote. “…Our having a kid. And trying to talk to someone else?”
By late September the tension was building. “I’m tired of this sh*t,” he wrote. “I’m sooo f*****g done!!! … Exactly what I thought was gonna happen happened.”
He tweeted about "getting caught up in some dumb sh*t" this summer.
Earlier this month he admitted he was missing someone, but still seemed angry, writing "F**k you."
His final tweet was “It won’t last … It’ll never last …” the night before the shooting.
His anger was obvious way back in August.
Late last month he tweeted with a friend about a “two-faced” woman.