It is tough and frustrating to finally decide you can take no more of a friendship. I'm sorry to hear your it isn't working out. It is tough trying to be friends with a person that doesn't do what they say they will.
Having a conversation with this person, or writing them a letter, if you feel safe to do so, is a respectable way to end the friendship. Giving the person a chance to learn and grow through constructive criticism and compassion allows you to walk away knowing you did the best thing you could as a friend. And yeah, sometimes walking away is still being the best friend you can be!
Most of us do not want to be where we aren't wanted, so not telling him what's up is not a friend thing to do either. He might be acting like nothing happened because he doesn't understand you've hit your limit with his behavior, after previously letting it go so many times. It's not wrong to hit your limit, but he might not understand where you're at with things. Unless for some unknown reason you absolutely cannot talk to him about this, then it proves your integrity to do so in some way shape or form that is comfortable for you.
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