In a TikTok video, a Dancing With the Stars pro criticizes her ex.
Cheryl Burke posted a TikTok post at the end of August 2022 in which she said her goodbyes to her ex-boyfriend.
Burke's captioned post: Goodbye forever #exessucks #thelasttime #goodbyeforever #hopeitwasworthit. The video has been viewed more than 2.2 million times, making it her most-watched TikTok since she joined the platform.
Burke did not elaborate on who the TikTok was about, although supporters speculate that she is referring to her most recent public relationship with her ex-husband Matthew Lawrence, according to Us Weekly. It's possible that Burke had been seeing someone else since her separation from Lawrence.
Here's all you need to know about it:
Adele's video to set fire to the rain has been set by Burke.
The last time is right! Goodbye forever#exessucks #thelasttime #goodbyeforever #hopeitwasworthit
The son of the original LUCAS
Burke based her video on Adele's song Set Fire to the Rain. The song is about a sour relationship. The words that are highlighted in Burkes video are the last time, which echo Burkes sentiment.
The reality star was dressed down when she looked into the camera while the track was playing. This is a popular trend on TikTok.
Yet I discovered text messages, viagra, and a necklace hidden in a pair of his shoes.
Burke's comments section was filled with love and support from fans.
Cheryl, Im so sorry. Just know that everything will be fine, according to one person.
Im sorry. You are a strong and powerful woman who is so much more, someone else added.
Limits are crucial. If you've reached your limit, you're better off, according to another observation.
Broken trust is one of the most difficult things to process. It hurts on a deep and personal level. Healing takes time, and a fourth TikTok user empathizes.
Burke has shared another TikTok video about love lost.
WARNING: Explicit Language in this videoTo all of my #rideordies out there, felt this one in my soul so thought Id share #good #youhaditmade #wasntmeanttobe #duet with @JackDaniels.And.Reeses
King of original sound
Burke shared another TikTok on August 31, 2022, in which she sang a duet while someone else spoke.
Burke captioned the video, sending a clear message to men who ended their relationships without a good woman in their lives.
Here's where you go f***** up. You had a girl that loved you. You had a girl that was loyal. You had a ride or die, the man says. Burke nodded as she listened.
You had a girl who actually cared about your emotions. About your trust. About how you feel. If you were treated. If you were fed. If you were okay. You had that. And you took the good girl for granted.
Burke was seen reacting to the video, playing with her hair as she accepted the message being relayed.