When two people get in a relationship, it’s said that if a breakup happens – there’s three sides to every story. When it comes to the actual “truth,” the person who was the better participant in the relationship is more likely to be accurate in the details post the demise. Well…at least in honest theory.
Think about Safaree Samuels’ interview with “The Breakfast Club” regarding his breakup with Nicki Minaj. Whether you’re team #Nicki or team #Safaree, his honesty was endearing and it came across as if he was really in love. Samuels also reminded people that not all men are “bad” and that self-admittance isn’t always a problematic for the “good guy.”
Dare we say he probably wouldn’t be opposed to reconciling with Minaj for a continued future. Umm, we’re just going to keep “hope alive” like Jesse Jackson. We all know what it’s like to take a “break” and then folks be like, “Umm, yeah…I sort of, kind of miss you.”
Moving on to the main feature…
Grammy-nominated songstress Jordin Sparks gave details about her breakup of three years to “Talk Dirty” singer Jason Derulo on “The Breakfast Club.”
What was interesting about her story wasn’t that she gave information about Derulo’s actions, but that fans could tell that her honesty didn’t lack support.That “support” was given from her own facts of what her experience was like with Derulo.
Now here’s the thing- If they both move on to other people, it’s never a guarantee that they will be the same way with the new person. Just because “Adam” treated someone one way, it doesn’t mean he’ll do the same to the next person.
After Sparks’ appearance on “The Breakfast Club,” Derulo clapped back with his own “Women Lie” line. Apparently, homeboy was listening to some Lil Wayne leading up to the post.
Derulo went so far to even tag the entire radio cast of “The Breakfast Club” on his Instagram account. The singer took to his IG account and posted the following: Women Lie, Men Lie, Numbers Don’t Lie! #WhyLease #BreakfastClub @cthagod @djenvy @angelayee @jordinsparks
He also posted a pic of the “#WhyLease” hastag below:
Now here’s where it gets “Yo, Derulo!? We got some questions…” backlash. While Derulo is claiming his own “receipts, “commenters didn’t seem to buy that by a long shot. One of Derulo’s followers called him out and said:
Except the BMW you bought her was champagne and a 2 door coupe. Not silver 4 door sedan. Try again… Media outlets from 2013 that you interviewed with even confirmed this doesn’t match what you told them in 2013.
Now here’s the car that Sparks put on Instagram back in 2013:
She simply gave details to questions asked that were honest to her. If we ever get asked about our exes, our observations are just that – observations.
Oh…if you think Sparks didn’t respond to Derulo’s claims, think again. She tweeted:
There’s a difference between bashing people versus describing the actual experience with them.
Any thoughts on Derulo’s clap back? Weigh in below.