Are Raven And Sk Still Together? Fans of Love Is Blind, brace yourselves: They called it quits when allegations of infidelity surfaced between Raven Ross and SK Alagbada. In a joint statement posted to their Instagram Stories, the couple announced their breakup less than two weeks after they acknowledged they were dating during the Love Is Blind reunion episode. That’s what they said.
It is with great regret that we must inform you of our decision to part ways. There are currently pending legal processes regarding these charges, therefore we are unable to share any further information at this time. We ask that you respect our privacy as we go through this difficult period.
Thanks for reading about us and having faith in us. Thanks to everyone who has helped us along the way, this experience will be formative for the rest of our lives. Thanks for all your support, it means the world to me.
Are They Confirm Split Over Cheating Claims?
Following several pod dates, Raven and SK got engaged during the third season of Love Is Blind. The couple overcame some initial difficulties and successfully completed their walk down the aisle. But during the wedding vows, SK abruptly changed his mind and exclaimed, “I do not.” During the Love Is Blind reunion, they discussed their long-distance love when SK was in California for graduate school and Raven was still in Dallas.
Unproven claims have been made that SK cheated on Raven and is seeing someone else, leading to their breakup. He hasn’t addressed the allegations head-on beyond their breakup announcement. Fans were left wondering if there was trouble in paradise when Raven erased all SK-related posts from her Instagram account over the weekend. It seems that SK has also removed any photos of Raven from his profile.
The breakup was also announced on Raven’s TikTok story, where she acknowledged the many admirers who had offered their support. Let’s hope Raven and SK are both doing fine.
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