The Bachelor in Paradise finale had ended with a weird documentary-style announcement that the couple had broken up since the show finished filming, and that Ali would be the next Bachelorette. Most of us automatically assumed the reason for the break up could be summarised in one word: Grant.
He seemed kinda fame hungry, tbh, and had previously proposed on the US version of Bachelor in Paradise, suggesting he didn’t take the very sacred nature of relationships built in an entirely artificial reality TV environment very seriously.
WAS IT TRUE? HOW COULD WE KNOW FOR SURE?
Responding to Grant's claims for the first time, Ali told Stellar in September that the story was just a way for the 30-year-old to "keep grabbing those headlines".
“My major reason for not saying anything is that I don’t want to give him any ammunition or any reason to keep coming back in the limelight, which is what he wants," she said.
But now, Grant has more claims about Ali, and mate... you need to chill.