Sage The Gemini: I “Wanted To Stab” Jordin Sparks – LISTEN
Sage The Gemini can purportedly be heard telling his ex-fiancee, Curium Hurley, in a taped phone call that he “wanted to stab” ex-girlfriend Jordin Sparks. The recorded conversation, seemingly leaked by Hurley, also has Sage allegedly saying his relationship with the former “American Idol” champ began as a publicity stunt. Hear the shocking leaked audio below.
“Everything was f**king horrible,” Sage allegedly can heard saying in the call posted on YouTube. “She got on my nerves. I wanted to stab her. All of that s**t. Don’t get me wrong. She’s cool. She’s level-headed, whatever, but she’s not no regular person… Everybody on the outside looking in [thinks] it’s hella perfect.”
In the recording, the rapper allegedly also claims their romance started as part of PR plan to hype their albums and careers. The taped individual, who seemingly is Sage, goes on to state Sparks gave him $70,000 to use towards a house. He further gripes that the relationship with Sparks felt “stale,” she never laughed at his jokes.
As Gossip Cop previously reported, before the audio leaked in which he trashed Sparks, Sage took to Instagram last week in an effort to win her back. He pleaded, “You the only girl I can call at 3 in the morning and you’ll answer no problem. You the only girl that can wake up out of a dead sleep and get me some water because I was coughing in my sleep the only girl that loves me the way you were supposed to.” Sage added in the Instagram post that has since been deleted, “I just wanna tell you I’m still being a good boy just incase you come to your senses… Please call me back I just want like a hug and a kiss or something.”
Sparks and Sage split earlier in February after dating for 10 months. The “American Idol” winner went public with their romance back in May 2015. She previously dated fellow singer Jason Derulo before splitting in September 2014. Listen below to the entire leaked audio in which Sage allegedly said he “wanted to stab” Jordin Sparks. Sage talks about Sparks at around the 12-minute mark.