By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
“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 one only,” she said to E!. “I was brought up to know my worth. I’m 20 now and so excited to live my life as beautifully as God intended. I will forever love the Kennard family.”
Just two days before the break up, Chrisley sent out a cryptic tweet. It’s not clear what Chrisley meant by “Treats you bad.” Does it mean that he was verbally abusive to her? We don’t know and we’re not going to speculate.
The couple previously went public with their relationship when Kennard was about to get drafted. The former Duke star had Chrisley has a member of his guest list at the NBA Draft in New York City.
“He’s not perfect,” Todd Chrisley, Savannah’s father, told US Weekly in July. “He’s a man. Luke is everything that a mom and dad go to bed at night and pray for their daughter. Are they going to get married tomorrow? No. It’s a beautiful relationship that they have and it’s a relationship built on mutual respect and understanding of each other’s careers and endorsing each other’s careers and supporting that and being faithful and loyal to each other.
“We prayed for someone like Luke to come into her life. Then we still love him [if things didn’t work out] and we’ll still pray to lift him up and we’ll do whatever we can to help him.”
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