It's already over! Savannah Chrisley and her boyfriend, budding NBA star Luke Kennard were only dating for about four months but the young couple has decided to call it quits. The Chrisley Knows Best star released a statement confirming her split and she even hinted that cheating might be to blame for the reason of their breakup.

"The last [four] months I've been dating Luke have been great but as a young woman of faith I made the decision that with where Luke and I both are in our careers, it was best to part as friends rather than deal with the pressures of wondering if you are the only one," she said in a statement obtained by E! News. "I was brought up to know my worth. I'm 20 now and so excited to live my life as beautifully as God intended. I will forever love the Kennard family."

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Savannah and Luke went public with their relationship back in June, shortly after he was drafted by the Detroit Pistons. But his new busy schedule seemed to clash with Savannah's — not only does she star on her family's reality TV series, but she just launched her own clothing line, Faith Over Fear — and it looks like it was getting difficult for them to maintain their relationship.

Her father, Chrisley family patriarch Todd Chrisley, publicly approved of Savannah's relationship with Luke, and he even gushed about them while on a vacation to celebrate Savannah's birthday earlier this month. "So proud of these two and how they NEVER [sic] listen to the noise," he wrote in a caption of the former couple. "[Luke and Savannah] I hope you guys are having an amazing time."

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Even though Todd has yet to break his silence on his daughter's split, he took to Twitter to share messages that could be interpreted as advice for his little girl. "Today's heartache is tomorrow's blessing, give thanks for the direction. God is taking you, his GPS is so much better than ours," he wrote. "Don't cry because your heart is hurting, cry because it's healing, no pain, no gain."