When it comes to his own life, Grayson Chrisley is the wisest.

The eldest son of Todd and Julie Chrisley, who was involved in an automobile accident on November 12 in Nashville, disclosed his current condition.

On the December 7 episode of sister Savannah Chrisley’s podcast Unlocked, Grayson claimed, “I’m good, the trucks aren’t fine, but I’m fine.” But it was awful, terribly awful.

In fact, it was so awful that the interstate was shut down. But there are still some misunderstandings about the news that he wished to dispel.

The 16-year-old claimed that they “made it sound like I died.” “Grayson Chrisley gravely injured in a vehicle collision,” it said, and I responded, “Bro, I’m alright.”

Added he, “In the gym, I posted a photo of myself. Do you have any idea how many direct messages I received that said, “Surprised you’re not still in the hospital.” I said, “I was there for maybe four hours.””

Not that he was paying attention to what people said online. I don’t need to read about what’s happening in my life because I already know it, he said. “When I read something that I know to be false but which claims to have been fact-checked, I always ask, “Where do you check your facts?” Your fact-checking is clearly inadequate.”

Savannah jokingly said, “For me, I read everything because I want to call people out on the lies,” but at the moment, she is just relieved that her brother is safe and sound.

She said to him on the show, “I’m proud of you for not reading stuff and living your life for what you know it is because really, we’re not letting a tabloid rule our life.” “God and our relationships with one another are all we need. Therefore, we are appreciative.”

According to a Nashville police report obtained by TMZ, the Chrisley Knows Best star hit another car while driving his Ford F-150 truck on I-65N last month.

But Grayson’s attitude to disregard the online discussion was already formed before his injury. Grayson’s father Todd revealed during the summer that the youngster struggled with viewing disparaging remarks about his family, which prompted him to give the teen some wise counsel: Ignore the trolls.

“I told him, ‘You understand that you’re allowing someone you’ll never meet and their comment to affect your day, mood, self-worth, and who your family is,” the 53-year-old said on the Chrisley Confessions podcast in June. “I said, ‘If you spent as much time listening to God as you do this message from someone who has two followers and a cat as their emoj.”


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