"Moving today. One minute u have life figured out (or so u think) u think ur gunna marry someone and live happily ever after but then that doesn't work out," Natalie recently tweeted.
"I'm 29 single and most of my friends are married with kids #hotmessexpress I can't afford a therapist so u guys have to deal."
Natalie announced her relationship with Stephanie to the world less than four months ago in an Instagram posting.
"I'm so excited to finally introduce you to my beautiful girlfriend @scooler23," Natalie captioned a photo of herself kissing Stephanie on the cheek in late April.
"I've tried keeping her out of the spotlight for a year and a half for the most part to protect her, respect her, and take things slow. BUT we are ready to share our love with the world."
Natalie went on to gush about Stephanie, writing at the time, "Stephanie is one of the kindest humans I've ever met. She is patient with me, understanding, kind, loving, caring, smart, beautiful, sweet, passionate, peaceful, goal oriented, PATIENT, patient and did I say patient? Lol she is everything I've ever wanted and dreamt of but didn't know existed."
Natalie continued, "She puts me first a lot and prioritizes my happiness without compromising hers. She supports me through everything. This is truly what love is and I'm so lucky to have found it. I love u Stephi and I can't wait to spend my life with u."
Natalie first came out to the public as pansexual and confirmed she was dating a woman during a July 2018 episode of The Challenge: Final Reckoning.
Negrotti also confirmed the news on Twitter.
"I came out with my story to share my truth with those who are battling the same thing I did. Do not throw hate at anyone for their actions," she wrote.
"I wanted to use my platform to educate people who are not informed. Let's spread love and education not hate."
Natalie reportedly claimed, however, her The Challenge co-star Kayleigh Morris had outed her on social media first for being a "lesbian."
"It's been a 28-year battle for me," Natalie told Us in July 2018.
"There are so many teenagers and kids that commit suicide every year because they get outed inappropriately. She took something that was mine and made it her own, and she did it really in a nasty way. Outing someone is not right and I want to set that standard... [and] turn it into something positive."