Jordin Sparks Addresses Jason Derulo Split
As Gossip Cop reported, the longtime couple’s split was confirmed on Thursday.
A source told Gossip Cop that Sparks was “sad” over the end of the relationship, which dates back to 2011, although the stars didn’t officially go public until 2012.
On Friday, Sparks changed her cover photo on Twitter from a picture of herself with Derulo to a sexy solo shot of herself.
The singer also tweeted the adage, “Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened,” with heart emojis.
Derulo, meanwhile, was asked about the split during an interview with the Twin Cities radio station KDWB-FM.
“Everything is cool, man,” said the performer. “It’s not a bad situation. You know, it’s not one of those kind of things.”
Derulo has since released a statement slamming speculation that cheating played a role in the split.
The breakup was first rumored earlier this month when Derulo appeared to spend his birthday without Sparks, and she tweeted on September 15, “I just wrote the saddest song of my life.”
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