Taking to his YouTube channel on Friday, the influencer said he didn't intend to release a video, but the allegations surrounding their split caused him to address it himself.
"Yes, Addison and I are broken up," he began. "I don't want to talk about specific reasons because that's our private business. I wanted to keep everything off of social media in the first place, but obviously that didn't work at all."
"I think everybody has their own perception and idea of why we broke up," he continued. "I'll tell you right now, that's not true at all. And that will lead me right into the next thing. I want to talk about the cheating allegations. I already spoke up on Twitter about it. I said, I didn't cheat on Addison. And I stand by that. I never cheated on Addison"
"Addison and I broke up around a month ago and we kept everything semi-private on social media. But now that it's out, I guess this is me just kind of confirming. Yes, we are broken up. We've been broken up for the past month. Both of us are going through a ton of things right now, behind the scenes that we don't necessarily comfortably want to talk about to a camera, especially with all that stress we've mutually decided that it would be best if we parted ways."
Around the same time, Bryce said the couple were as strong as ever, with a video collaboration between the pair coming soon.
"Everything's fine," he told reporters outside Saddle Ranch in Los Angeles. "I don't know why everybody overreacts, but until we do our own thing or say anything -- I don't know, I feel like everyone's overreacting about stupid s---."
The "it" couple were first linked after sharing a TikTok on Oct. 7, 2019, but Bryce said they were "just friends" in the comments. Even after a "double date" TikTok with Charli D’Amelio and Chase Hudson months later, the pair denied they were in a relationship.