Kyle Abrams and Deepti Vempati are on different paths.
On Monday, Abrams revealed through Instagram that he and his Love Is Blind co-star were no longer together.
I know many of you are wondering where Deepti and I stand right now,” he added. We had made the decision to part ways in the early summer after After the Alter was filmed.
But Abrams, 30, is not a bachelor. I have since started a new relationship, which I plan to keep secret for a little while, he stated.
She and Abrams played characters in the second season of the Netflix sensation. Vempati eventually accepted a proposal from Abhishek “Shake” Chatterjee, and Abrams proposed to Shaina Hurley, despite the twosome having admitted during the post-finale reunion that they had first met when they were in the pods.
Both relationships fell apart, and neither one decided to be married. After that, Vempati and Abrams got increasingly closer, leading to dating rumors. Vempati stated to Elite Daily in March that the couple was still “figuring things out.”
Vempati and Abrams debated whether to pursue their relationship in the three-part Love Is Blind: After the Altar special. At the very end of the third episode, they finally got together.
Abrams explained to The Hollywood Talks why he was first apprehensive to further their relationship.
He remarked, “I placed a lot of pressure on myself because I didn’t want this to fail. “She was my best friend, so I was reluctant to just go in. Additionally, you kind of lose the friendship if it doesn’t work out. Because if you split up for whatever reason—and I didn’t intend to—you must constantly consider what will happen after.”
He went on, “I’ve been in the position where your closest friend starts dating you and you stop the relationship. Because it would be unfair to your prospective partner, you can no longer actually view that person. My present girlfriend shouldn’t be spending time with her ex-boyfriend, in my opinion. It isn’t hip. I doubt anyone would find that appealing.”
The idea of losing Vempati as his best buddy, according to Abrams, was “holding me back.” But their dynamic remained unchanged as a pair.
After that, he claimed, “I felt like we were dating already, so nothing really changed.” “We were in one other’s presence virtually daily. We talked for several hours. We collaborated on everything. It wasn’t strange at all because she had even met my family.”
On September 19, Abrams thanked his followers for their support of him and Vempati in an Instagram post.
Thank you to everyone who has supported us along our tough road of vulnerability, he said in his letter. Later, he stated, “I have no idea what the future would bring. I want to live in the now going forward, without looking back.”
Love Is Blind: After the Altar and the first two Love Is Blind seasons are now streaming on Netflix.