The Cheating Rumors Surrounding Tate McRae And Cole Sillinger's Split

Shortly after Tate McRae and Cole Sillinger called it quits, the rumor mill began to churn out possible reasons for their breakup. One rumor that caused a stir among fans was that the NHL star supposedly cheated on the Canadian singer. On February 2, 2024, a hockey meme account named Blind_ref_logic uploaded a post featuring four photos alongside a caption that read, “Step 1: Be Cole Sillinger. Step 2: Date out of your league (literally). Step 3: Cheat on her jumpstarting her career. Step 4: She gets invited to the NHL All-Star Game before you do.” Shortly after uploading the post, McRae and hockey fans slammed Sillinger for his rumored actions. However, in response to the speculation, the Blue Jackets player took to Blind_ref_logic’s comment section to seemingly deny the allegation. “All false, my guy,” he wrote.

As for McRae, the pop star hasn’t officially confirmed the exact reasons behind their break up. However, in a YouTube interview with social media influencer Jake Shane, she revealed that she had an ex who cheated on her in the past. “I’ve had a Tinder profile sent to me of my boyfriend… and I said, ‘This must be fake,’ and it was verified,” McRae explained. While McRae refrained from revealing the person’s identity, she said it happened mid-relationship. “I didn’t believe it, so it didn’t hurt me at the time,” she added.

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