90 Day Fiance: The Eyebrow-Raising Way Eric Revealed His Split With Larissa

90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? stars Larissa Dos Santos Lima and Eric Nichols have been an exciting couple to track, as they've chronicled their relationship on TLC. For starters, Larissa and Eric met on a dating app in 2019 after Larissa split from her husband, Colt Johnson, according to Screen Rant. Eric even attended Larissa's divorce party in Las Vegas. Hey, why miss a party?

While sparks flew between them early on, the couple hit several roadblocks on their journey. More drama came when Larissa announced on Sept. 26, 2020 that she got fired from the TLC 90 Day Fiancé franchise. According to TMZ, Larissa's termination came because of her work on the webcam app, CamSoda. Larissa did lingerie shows and brought in over $100,000 for the app. That's some big bucks!

Tragically, Larissa also apparently found out that Eric had been bad-mouthing her to his friends, especially to his ex, Nathalie. Larissa went through Eric's phone without him knowing, found texts, and called Nathalie. Larissa found out that Eric said nasty things about her and even talked about their sex life, according to ET Online.

With all of this combined, it won't come as a huge shock that Eric and Larissa have split again. What is shocking is the way Eric revealed the news. Here's what he did.

Eric dropped a major hint about his relationship status on Instagram

90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? couple Larissa Dos Santos Lima and Eric Nichols have apparently split. Fans had a hunch after Larissa deleted all photos of Eric from her Instagram page, so thanks to this internet detective work, the news didn't come as too much of a surprise.

What was surprising was the way Eric announced the news. On Nov. 16, 2020, he posted a shirtless selfie to Instagram and added the caption, "Happy Sunday! Reach me on my Onlyfans. Single N red-e 2 mingle." To make matters even more eventful, The Blast reported that Larissa is also considering creating an OnlyFans account.

According to The New York Times, OnlyFans, which gives private access to viewers once they pay a subscription fee, isn't necessarily a site for pornography and nudity. However, that is a common theme on many of the most popular entertainers' sites. Is that what Eric has planned? The statement in his bio for OnlyFans reads, "More love to cum," followed by a smiling devil emoji. So that might be a decent clue.

Hey, you do you, Eric. It just seems like a curious way to alert the world that he and Larissa have split. Also, if Larissa got dropped by TLC for her work on CamSoda, will Eric be dropped for his time on OnlyFans?