Addison Rae and Bryce Hall had a pretty dramatic split back in March amid rumours emerged in February that he had cheated on her during a trip to Las Vegas. After she referred to an “ex-boyfriend” during an interview, seemingly confirming the split, things got even messier: from cryptic tweets and supposed sightings of Addison out with someone else. Now, fans think the drama is reigniting after Addison posted a bikini picture on Instagram along with a caption that lots of people think is aimed directly at Bryce.
The post is a series of pictures, including one close-up of Addison in a bikini, one shot of her nails and a mirror selfie of her in her swimwear. But the thing that’s really got fans talking is the caption; “Thank u next 💎.”
Quickly catching on that Addison was referring to Ariana Grande’s iconic break-up song fans soon flooded the post with comments about Bryce Hall.
One comment read, “Bryce kicking himself,” while another person wrote, “your thank u next era,” while others just ruthlessly tagged Bryce’s account.
While Addison hasn’t responded to any of these comments, using a lyric from Thank U, Next seems like a pretty direct message that she’s moving on with her life following the dramatic break-up.
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The former couple split Addison and Bryce split in March after a year and a half together amid allegations he had cheated on her during a trip to Las Vegas. Soon after the rumour began Bryce quickly took to Twitter to deny the claims, while Addison also shared a statement on her Instagram Story saying, “…some things I choose to handle offline. when and if I want to share, i will make that decision.”
Some weeks later she referred to an “ex-boyfriend” during an interview, and shortly after that she tweeted, “I’m single,” confirming the split.
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