Bling Empire's Kelly Mi Li SPLITS from boyfriend Andrew Gray after fans slammed his TV tirades as 'toxic & abusive'

KELLY Mi Li and her controversial boyfriend Andrew Gray have officially called it quits, after reuniting in June of 2020.

The couple took a six-month break from their relationship after their tumultuous fight scenes aired on season one of the Netflix show.

Kelly, 35, took to Instagram to share the shocking news, as she announced that the couple had made the "difficult decision" to part ways.

The Bling Empire star posted a selfie with her ex in front of a peaceful beach scene to alert her fans of the news.

"Over the past 5 and half years, Andrew and I have shared some incredible times together," she wrote.

"I have a tremendous amount of respect and love for him and will always cherish the memories we made. However, we have made the difficult decision to officially separate at this point in our lives.

"We are both so grateful to have experienced a relationship that allowed us to grow and learn so much. Moving forward, Andrew and I plan to continue working on becoming the best versions of ourselves individually.

"We want to express our appreciation for your continued support and thank you for allowing us to share our journey. We kindly ask for you to respect our privacy during this time of transition," she asked.

In January Kelly revealed that she and Andrew had decided to give their love another shot over the summer, after spending time apart since the show filmed.

She spoke to Us Weekly about their reasoning, explaining that they needed time to themselves to grow individually.

"We were separated completely, [had] separate living situations. We broke up, and we took about five months or six months," she described.

"I continue going to therapy individually and learn more about myself because I’ve just never taken a proper time to learn about me, the person that I’m supposed to know the most."

"Right now we’re still living separate, but we are doing really well. It’s just night and day compared to what we saw on television," she admitted, referencing an explosive fight that happened during season one of Bling Empire.

"It’s still a journey just because at the end of day, mental health is so important. It’s something that we don’t really talk about very, very regularly.

"He’s been the way he is for 30-plus years, and same thing with me. We’ve been conditioned the way we are.

"So we’re just basically finding the ways to rewire our brain, rewire the way we look at things and the way we react to things. We have to work on it every day."

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