Charlotte Flair has been unfollowed by Andrade El Idolo on both Twitter and Instagram. The couple has been dating since 2019. They announced that they were engaged to be married in 2020. Charlotte currently competes for WWE, while Andrade is under contract to All Elite Wrestling.

At the moment, Flair has also unfollowed Andrade. It is unknown if the two have had a disagreement or a breakup of any kind. A month ago, Andrade posted a photo with Charlotte on his Instagram, calling her his queen. Since then, he hasn’t shared a photo or mentioned her.

Charlotte shared a photo with a lengthy tribute to Andrade on November 3, but did potentially allude to Andrade on a November 18 Instagram post. She captioned a photo in a bikini, “Y si no existieras yo te inventaría.” Loosely translated, this means “I would invent you if you did not exist.”

Andrade’s most recent Insta post, also in Spanish, translates to “Always grateful.” It is unknown if either of these posts relates to the relationship. the meaning of it all, if there is any, is up for speculation until one of the two superstars explains.

Charlotte Flair was heavily rumored to eventually be AEW-bound to be with her fiancé. That was before a personal feud with Becky Lynch significantly altered fan perception of Flair. The two did work together just fine during their Survivor Series match.

The unfollows could just be a case of Charlotte de-emphasizing her social media until the heat with fans and other WWE wrestlers dies down. It could also mean something as drastic as the end of their relationship. Maybe Charlotte is just working fans for a reaction. Either way, it is peculiar for a couple to unfollow one another in this manner unless something happened.

Do you think there’s anything to Andrade El Idolo unfollowing Charlotte Flair? Let us know in the comments!

Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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