"The last 4 months I've been dating Luke have been great but as a young woman of faith I made the decision that with where Luke and I both are in our careers, it was best to part as friends rather than deal with the pressures of wondering if you are the only one," Chrisley shared in a statement.
"I was brought up to know my worth. I'm 20 now and o excited to live my life as beautifully as God intended. I will forever love the Kennard family," she added.
The reality fixture first went public with her relationship with the NBA player in late June as he was drafted by the Detroit Pistons. Kennard even got Chrisley's father Todd's approval, as the patriarch sang his praises later in an interview.
"We love him. He's a good, decent, honest, honorable young man. He's very strong and committed to his faith. His family are quality, good, decent people," Todd said.
"They're young. Whether the relationship turns into a ful-fledged, lifelong commitment, who knows! As of right now, if the relationship ended tomorrow, she would walk away a better woman because of the impact he has had on her," Todd added.
Before Chrisley's birthday less than a week ago, the former couple traveled to the Cayman Islands for a family vacation, with Kennard even organizing a private dinner on the beach, along with many gifts — including a Cartier Love bracelet.
Sounds like a far cry from Chrisley's cryptic tweets she shared just hours ago.0comments
"Nothing but a lot of wasted time and energy! she wrote. "When someone treats you bad just remember that there is something wrong with them...not u. Normal people don't go around destroying others.
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