Grayson Chrisley, reality tv star and the youngest son of Todd and Julie Chrisley, talked about his Nashville car crash during his sister’s latest Unlocked podcast. The star gave updates on his welfare and shared further details about the hapless Nov. 12 incident.
Thankfully, the star disclosed that he’s doing fine but can’t say the same for the automobiles. He described the crash as “really bad” to prove how lucky he was to have come out of it alive. The 16-year-old further stated that the wreck was so bad that the interstate road had to be closed down.
As expected, the incident made the headlines. However, there are certain misconceptions that he wanted to clear up. According to Grayson Chrisley, the media made it sound like he died in the Nashville car wreck. But that wasn’t the case.
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Grayson Chrisley Tries to Clear The Air About His Car Crash in Nashville Last Month
It was an unfortunate incident, and everyone had expected the worst. Fortunately for Grayson of Chrisley Knows Best, the Nashville car crash didn’t claim his life.
The news from the media heightened or somewhat exaggerated the exact state of the situation. He posted a picture of himself in the gym to show that he was fine, but he got several messages asking how and why he wasn’t in the hospital.
The young star stated that he was only in the hospital for about four hours. However, he pointed out that he really doesn’t care about what the public has to say online. It’s his life, and he doesn’t need to read about it.
Sometimes, he sees some inaccurate information about himself with the source claiming that they’ve fact-checked. But most of these facts aren’t exactly accurate, according to him.
His sister, Savannah, quipped that she does the exact opposite. She reads everything because she hopes to prove their lies wrong. But for now, she’s grateful for her brother’s life.
Grayson Chrisley’s talk with his sister in her podcast about his Nashville car crash ended with her being proud of him. She’s glad that he doesn’t read and allow stuff online to govern his life.
Savannah is grateful for their family and God, the most important factor!