Susie Evans Posts Cryptic Video after Clayton & Rachel Drama – Watch
Susie Evans and Clayton Echard broke up in September after dating for six months.
The Bachelor winner is not holding back when it comes to showing her fans how she’s dealing with the split.
Susie has been posting TikTok videos about her feelings since announcing the breakup on Sept. 23.
In the first video posted by her, she’s wearing a face mask and speaking to an empty journal.
“Me to every self-care ritual I’ve picked up this week,” she wrote on a TikTok Video. “”You better fix my entire life, you little s–t.”
“But really,” she added.
[The video has been deleted by TikTok]
She’s seen lip-syncing in another video posted by her, to a sound that says “No more questions, I’m a little mad, and I’m tired.”
“How I’m handling this week,” Susie captioned the video.
Clayton and Susie. broke up after a month of announcing to the world that they’d be trying a long-distance relationship.
“We’re like, ‘We don’t know if it’s going to be a month-long [relationship] from here or if it’s gonna be lifetime but, like, there’s no pressure,” Clayton said in August. “Let’s just love each other and be thankful.”
Clayton Echard thanked his fans in a post.
“I want to say thank you to everyone that has reached out to check-in on me. The support (both on and offline) means more than y’all know and reminds me that I have so much to be thankful for; even when times are tough and there’s a world of unknown ahead.”
Clayton ended the post by saying, “Here’s to the next chapter of life”
Here’s Susie and Clayton’s break up note:
“With incredibly heavy hearts, we wanted to share that we have decided to go our separate ways. For anyone who has ever loved, knows this was a painful decision to make and not one taken lightly.
We understand that there will likely be a lot of questions about this decision — social media is definitely a highlight reel and much of our experiences together we have kept private as I’m sure most can understand. But we will share this — although this last year together has brought us so much joy and so many laughs, there has also been a significant amount of pain. We know no healthy relationship comes without its struggles, but we’ve realized that we were not prepared for the external forces that hindered our ability to not only heal as individuals but also as a couple. We both are focused on continuing to work on ourselves, so we can be the best version of ourselves.
This is not an easy time for either of us but we stand in support of each other and hope to see the other go on to find happiness and healing. Although Claysie is no more, we hope that our communities can support us individually as we move forward with love and respect for each other.
Thank you to all of you that supported our relationship. It means so much more than you will ever know.”