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During the March 15 episode of his Radio Andy show Jeff Lewis Live, Jeff reflected on his split with Gage, saying that he doesn't believe they necessarily wanted their relationship to end this way. “I think that this breakup took on a life of its own and we both grossly mishandled things,” he shared, as reported by PEOPLE.
“My intuition is that we both didn’t expect this to happen or necessarily want this to happen this way and now the problem is that neither one of us have the tools to fix anything. But I do believe personally that we made some really bad choices and now we’re stuck.”
Jeff then seemed to suggest that he would consider getting back together with Gage, if the opportunity presented itself. “I think if Gage were remorseful and responsible and apologetic, that might change the way I view things,” he said. “We had to end the old relationship. Right now I’m grieving it and mourning it and I want that relationship to just completely end. I think the way I answered yesterday was extremely disrespectful and I think that he deserves more.”
This is quite the reversal from Jeff's attitude about his break-up with Gage last week. “This is my prediction,” Jeff said while speaking about the possibility of taking Gage back during the March 14 episode of his radio show. “Like every other boyfriend I’ve ever had, my prediction is in six months, [Gage’s] relationship will implode — or sooner — he’ll realize that the fantasy relationship isn’t what he thought it would be, and he’ll come back crying. And when he does, I will have already been, not only moved on — I’ll probably be remarried by then.”
It was later clarified that Jeff meant he would probably be in another serious relationship by then.
Jeff's comments about his future with Gage come after he said he was "dumped" by a chiropractor with whom he had gone on three dates. He said his beau was "upset" and felt "like the trust was broken" after he spoke about their romance during his radio show.
Still, the two planned to go on their scheduled fourth date. However, Jeff was not happy when he received a text from his date that allegedly said they would "not be going to my apartment after" because it reminded him of the way Gage would handle their past couples spats.
“So he’s withholding sex. Is that what’s happening?” Jeff said. “Because I went through that for 10 years and I don’t wanna do that anymore. Where somebody gets mad at me and they don’t wanna hook up, so they go into the guest room. I don’t wanna do it. And then they’re mad for like three days.”
After the couple officially called it quits last month, Jeff said that he needed to move on. “I actually feel good," he said. "I feel like I’m getting some closure.”
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