If I want to confront a guy about something that I find suspicious, is it better to do it in-person or via email?

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This guy friend of mine asked me out recently, but he seems to be involved in a long-distance relationship according to some pictures on social media. I want to (casually/jokingly) confront him about it, but I'm not sure if it's better to do it over email or in person? (he asked me out via email). I know that facial expression is more obvious in-person, but it seems that email may allow him to give an answer more calmly.
If I want to confront a guy about something that I find suspicious, is it better to do it in-person or via email?
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