Right now, BitLife is one of the popular simulation games out there. With over 10 million global downloads, it sure receives a lot of attention. Along with a rating of 4.3 stars on the Google Play Store, the simulator has a lot of positive reviews.

It’s a game of choices where players can choose a life that they want. You can fall in love, descend into a life of crime, face the consequences of your actions, make friends, or even make enemies.

BitLife: How to Make Enemies (Step-by-Step Guide)

Having rivals and enemies can make the game more fun. Moreover, to accomplish certain tasks, you will have to make some enemies. For some, this might be a difficult task. But this step-by-step guide will help you through it.

Step 1: Befriend a person. Yeah, to make an enemy, you first need to be friends with that person.

Step 2: Now, head over to the Friend Menu and look for this new friend you just made. Tap open their profile.

Step 3: Towards the bottom, you’ll come across the ‘Change Status’ tab. Click on it and select the ‘Enemy’ option. This changes your relationship with the person.

Step 4: This enemy will now be visible under the ‘Enemies’ tab. All the enemies you make will be listed here.

Step 5: Once you make an enemy, you will be able to pull a prank, start rumors, or insult them. However, if you don’t watch out, things can get real ugly. Your enemies can attack you and even kill you. You can sue them legally.

And now the million-dollar question – why would anyone want to make enemies in BitLife, anyway? Well, this is how you complete the Karen Challenge in the game.

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