Oh no! Things seemed to be going so well for Christina Milian and Lil Wayne, but the lovebirds have reportedly split after dating for just over a year. So sad!
Another one bites the dust! Busy schedules have gotten the best of yet another Hollywood couple, as Christina Milian, 33, and Lil Wayne, 32, have decided to call it quits on their relationship. But is it over for good? Get the scoop!
“Their schedules started getting extremely busy and the distance was not easy for them both,” E! News reports. “They are not on bad terms. They just are taking a break. Christina is focusing on herself now and surrounding herself with close girl friends like Karrueche Tran. They both understand each other and girlfriends are exactly what she wants [right] about now.”
As we all know, Karrueche went through a tough breakup of her own (with Chris Brown) earlier this year, so she’s the perfect gal pal to be by Christina’s side during this difficult time! Plus, since the E! reality star and Wayne — whose collaboration”Start A Fire” you can buy here — are still allegedly on good terms, we’re not quite ruling out a reconciliation just yet.
This split comes after the duo had been dating for just over a year — they got together in July 2014. It was just as recently as May 2015 that Christina couldn’t help but flaunt her love for her man by tattooing Love Hard…TnT on her arm. Although she never confirmed what the message means, she did tease, “You can make special guesses….of what it means,” while talking to E!, and it’s not hard to figure out that the TnT stands for her ‘Tina and Tunechi,’ the pair’s nicknames for each other!
“We’re both very happy,” Christina told Entertainment Tonight in May. “He’s very special to me, yeah. For me, I’m so inspired by the relationship that I’m in that it’s definitely an experience. It’s that careless, hopeless, romantic love — that feeling of ‘I will do anything for you’ and it’s just incredible.” Aw…we hope these two can make it work somehow!
HollywoodLifers, are you shocked Christina and Wayne broke up?
— Alyssa Norwin