Charles and Alli Trippy Split: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Charles and Alli Trippy are a married couple who are YouTube stars and Charles is also the bassist for We The Kings. News has begun to spread that the couple is calling it quits. Here’s what we know …

1. Charles Announced the Split on YouTube

Alli and Charles Trippy have decided to split up. The above video is titled “We Need to Talk” and was uploaded by Charles Trippy today to announce the couple’s decision to separate. Charles posted the video to the CTFxC channel telling subscribers that he and wife Alli had separated and that the decision was mutual. Charles said that there was no cheating involved and that they were just not getting along.

The two got married on November 20, 2011 at the Powell Crosley Estate in Sarasota, Florida. Alli wore Vera Wang and a highlights video was uploaded to their YouTube.

2. Charles Is Currently Battling Cancer

Charles Trippy has suffered from a brain tumor and has been battling cancer. Have a look at this video episode, showing Charles’ brain tumor results. The “cancer talk” starts around the 4:42 mark.

3. The Trippys Are a YouTube Team No More

Internet Killed Television is a web series documenting the lives of Alli and Charles Trippy, along with their dogs. The YouTube series airs every day, but now that the couple is calling it quits, there’s no telling what will happen with the series. Wikipedia reports that:

Alli will soon be leaving the show, as Charles & Alli are splitting up due to ‘arguing more.’

4. Alli Has Been Apologizing to Fans

As the news of the couple’s break up continues to spread, Alli Trippy has been reaching out to fans and apologizing for the split. We all understand that life has it’s bumps …

5. Fans Are Giving Full Support Despite the Sad News

Though fans are devastated by the news, they are lending their support to the couple.


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“Thanks for supporting me during my illness… Sayonara!” I certainly hope Alli knows how much better she can do.

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