Zach Bryan reveals he and his girlfriend Deb Peifer have broken up
According to the country music singer-songwriter, the breakup was a mutual decision.
Zach Bryan and his girlfriend Deb Peifer have broken up. The country singer announced the split on Twitter Wednesday “for transparency and with respect,” writing that he and Peifer ended their relationship about a week and a half ago.
The former couple recently celebrated their one-year anniversary on January 3, 2023. Their last social media appearance together was on April 30 in a series of photos posted by Peifer.
A mutual decision
“Things are mutual between us, we’re leaving with plenty [of] memories and good times,” he wrote. “I beg so much that everyone respects her and my privacy through a hard time.”
In a follow-up tweet, Bryan clarified that his decision to make the live debut of his song “All the Time” at his show in Philadelphia the night before had nothing to do with the breakup (The song’s lyrics reflect on a relationship gone sour).
“and me playing All The Time last night had actually nothing to do with my previous tweet,” he wrote. “I got hundreds of dm’s of people asking me to play it and it was about time I did it.”
Since the split, both parties have deleted almost all pictures of each other on their social media accounts including Tik Tok and Instagram.
Bryan recently kicked off his sold-out ‘Burn, Burn, Burn, Burn’ tour. Before the split, the pair frequently appeared in each other’s posts.
In November, Peifer shared a video of the pair singing ‘Tim McGraw’ by Taylor Swift in a joking plea to secure tickets to the star’s Eras Tour. The video is still up on her account.
Removing a fan from his concert
The ‘Dawns’ singer’s news comes days after he had to have a fan removed from a concert venue after a fan tried to grab his guitar out of his hands following a show in Albany, New York on Friday.
“I give J-45′s out at a lot of concerts. The one in my hands when this happened was mine, my sweet ol’ gal, we’ve been everywhere together and written every song in the last few years together,” he later wrote on Twitter.
“Took it personal, but nothing against whoever wound up getting kicked out. I don’t mind people being respectful and trying to touch me or the guitar, but if you try to rip it out of my hands I promise I’ll rip you out of whatever venue we’re at, respectfully, of course.”