Yet another Love Island 2020 relationship is over. The winners of Love Island USA 2020 took to social media to confirm their split.
After runners-up Cely and Johnny split last week, Love Island USA 2020 winners Justine Ndiba and Caleb Corprew have also called time on their relationship. Justine was the first to break the news on social media, writing in a statement:
It’s truly a strange feeling to be typing this out but I understand my reality is now having to share some aspects of my life with you all regardless of how private I’d like to remain at times.
She continued: ‘This is extremely difficult for me to express but out of respect for those of you who supported me, and rode for me, I want you to know that Caleb and I are no longer together. I do ask for time as I continue to go through the process of heartbreak and healing as this has all been very hard for me. I cannot thank you all enough for the love and support to this point and I hope that it may continue as we move forward as individuals.’
Why did Caleb and Justine split?
NeitherCaleb nor Justine shared the reasons behind their split in their social media posts, with Caleb writing:
I wish her the absolute best and much continued success as God blesses her with new opportunities and adventures. This announcement has been one that we have wrestled with for some time now. Not knowing exactly when or how to deliver it.
He continued: ‘Myself, Justine, our loved ones, etc. are all real people with real emotions who love and hurt hard. Unfortunately… when you choose privacy… others often feel it is their place to tell your story for you. Speculation or not. Even with that in mind, I am still choosing privacy for the sake of my own personal peace.’
Caleb asks for privacy
After speculation on social media that Caleb may have cheated on Justine, Caleb has taken to Instagram again to slam ‘false narratives’. In a fresh Instagram post with comments disabled, he even said that he had been receiving death threats from angry fans and asked for ‘privacy on personal matters’.