Tiger Shroff's sister Krishna Shroff was in a relationship with Eban Hyams. The two painted the social media red with their lovey-dovey pictures. They appeared to be deeply-madly in love with each other. However, destiny had something else planned. It was recently that Krishna Shroff revealed to her fans that she has broken up with Eban. Now, the gorgeous lady shared a picture with her new 'bae' and it called for some mixed response from all. Eban also commented on it.
Krishna Shroff shared a picture kissing Salt Bae, the owner of Nusr-Et. She captioned it as, "Bae time." On this, Eban commented, "Dang u move quick" with a laughing emoji. This called for various reactions from netizens, but Eban had answers ready for all the comments coming his way. Someone asked Eban to move on too while someone stated that not every man Krishna poses with is her BF. "U should too bro," read a comment to which Eban stated that he is not in a hurry. "I'm not in a rush bro but thanks haha," read his comment. Replying to another netizen who suggested the same thing, Eban stated, "I can wait I'm not in a rush we just broke up couple of weeks ago."
Another comment read, " lol so any guy she encounters is her bf now? Didn’t read is u guyz were that close." One more netizen wrote, "y so butt hurt bro?" Replying to one more comment, Eban asked the social media user to get the facts right. Check out Eban's replies to comments below:
As Krishna Shroff revealed about the break up, on Instagram, she wrote, "All you fan clubs are cute and all. But please stop tagging me in edits with Eban. We aren’t together anymore. So stop associating us. Letting you all know since it was so public." It was being reported that they parted ways because of long distance. (Also Read: Tiger Shroff’s Sis Krishna Shroff’s New ‘Bae’ Is Drool-Worthy; Here Are Some Pics Of Salt Bae That Are Too Hard To Miss)
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