Naya Rivera's Sister, Nickayla Rivera, Creates More Confusion By Addressing Reports She Had Moved In With Ryan Dorsey
Add this to the bizarre year, which is 2020. Naya Rivera 's younger sister, Nickayla, has apparently found a shoulder to cry on -- Ryan Dorsey.
It is being claimed that Naya's sister has reportedly moved in with her ex-husband. Ryan and Nickayla took that decision in order to help raise her five-year-old son, Josey.
To add more confusion to the story, several photos have popped up on social media showing Nickayla and her former brother-in-law holding hands and looking very comfortable with each other.
An eyewitness said this about the odd situation: "They seem really comfortable together and are obviously helping each other through a very difficult period in both their lives. They were fooling around and chatting the whole time. They're obviously helping lift each other's spirits."
After the story went viral, Nickayla addressed it by saying: "In the darkest time of my life, the only thing that is important is my friends and family. Showing up for my nephew, even though I can't show up for myself."
Nickayla went on to share: "Im not concerned with the way things look because no one can see each agonizing moment we all endure. What matters most I've learned, is to show compassion, not to judge others, and never take a moment of life for granted. I hope you all can do the same."
A baffled fan said: "This is so wrong on so many levels like her sister, really. I'm sure it's legit but watch too many lifetime movies not to be suspicious. There are people who Co-parent that don't live together... ya moving in together jus feels sketchy and weird..."
This follower wrote: "You said all of that to say nothing 🤔 you can't support your nephew from your own house 🤔 They were holding hands in one picture.They gone end up falling in love; she wrong for this. She is supposed to ride hard for her sis."
Another social media user added: "You don't have to live together to help raise the son. This situation isn't unique; millions of kids have lost a parent and leaving the father to raise the child; it doesn't require the sister to move in. Something definitely not right here."
What do you think is going on between those two?