Ariana Grande, Big Sean ends 8-month relationship; Is Justin Beiber's stunt on Grade's tour the cause?
After eight months of being together, the intense romance of a fan-fave couple comes to end, yes, we're talking about none other than Ariana Grande and Big Sean.
Being previously engaged to Naya Rivera, Big Sean found a new love in the person of Ariana Grande. His broken engagement to the Glee star was reportedly because of her too much anger and jealousy. Their relationship was reported to be very serious, even sharing a few pictures of each other on Instagram. Also, posing for the paparazzi while kissing. Their fans were especially happy for them when Big Sean gave Grande a customized a lion pendant necklace, which by the way matched his'. It was even reported that Big Sean gave Grande a ring for Christmas, saying that the rapper might actually propose to her.
When did the relationship turn sour? To start, reports say that Big Sean was upset when Grand did not attend to his Big House of Blues performance, because she was preparing for her Grammys performance. But a source says Grande voice was strained on that day, and her coach even told her not to speak the entire day. Following that, Justin Beiber's stunt during a surprise performance in Grandetour didn't please Big Sean, to which he tweeted "This kid is about to learn not to touch my girl like that. Beliebe that".
In a joint statement, Grande and Big Sean's representatives said "They both deeply care for each other and remain close friends,". According to reports, the main cause of their break up is their busy schedules. "They made the decision to part ways because their conflicting touring schedules would keep them apart over the next year," a source told Us Weekly. Both of them are currently on tour. Grande is busy with her "Honeymoon" tour, while Big Sean is also busy with his US tour.
After the announcement of their break-up, Grande tweeted about how much she's thankful for her fans' care and love. Big Sean also appeared in Jimmy Fallon's show and even played Pictionary.