Stause, 39, went on Instagram to refute stories that recommended Motsepe is taking their breakup arduous, in keeping with alleged inside sources.
One screenshot she posted to her Instagram Story on Friday was from People journal, which stated: “’[Keo] enjoyed his time with Chrishell and was 100 percent in it,’ the source told the outlet, adding, ‘He’s had a tough time with his mom’s passing, but he really wanted to make his relationship with Chrishell last.’”
Stause offered her personal prolonged caption over the screenshot, saying, “Ok I TRULY wanted to keep this drama free, but playing the victim and bringing your mom into it is a step too far for me. I was also 100% in it as well.”
She went on to model Motsepe as being untruthful of their three-month relationship, based mostly on new data she obtained. However, these particulars haven’t been shared with the public.
In Stause’s personal phrases, “…revelations told to me recently have made me question if you could even order a coffee without lying.”
Stause doubled down on her accusation by posting an Instagram Story that linked to an article titled “Liar, Liar: How to Break Free from Habitual Lying” from the American Addiction Centers.
When confronted with criticism, Stause adopted up her posts by saying she felt the insider’s remark was a prod that wasn’t wanted.
“Probably best not to poke a bear holding receipts,” she wrote.
Motsepe, 31, has not commented publicly about their break up at the moment. And not like Stause, his Instagram nonetheless options photos from their short-lived relationship.
For instance, the professional dancer’s Valentine’s Day tribute to Stause stays up, which reveals the “Selling Sunset” star left three kiss emojis at the time.
Meanwhile, on Saturday Stause went again on her Instagram Story to precise her approval of Us magazine’s protection of their breakup, which cites an unnamed insider who says Stause was “wronged.”
“Was I mess? Yes. But I appreciate this truthful non manipulative change of tone,” she captioned the screenshot.