Christina Milian and fiance Jas Prince have reportedly ended their engagement. Read on for the details on their split in addition to their relationship.
1. Milian Pulled the Plug
While it’s not entirely clear why Milian decided to end things with Prince, a rep has confirmed the news. Us Weekly writes:
It’s over. Christina Milian has called it quits with fiance Jas Prince after two years of dating, a rep for the star’s family confirms exclusively to Us Weekly.
2. Christina Milian Was the One to Move Out
Milian’s engagement to the Rap-a-Lot Records CEO was apparently called off earlier this month. However, Milian just moved out of their shared house in Los Angeles on Thursday, June 19, 2014.
3. About a Week Ago, Milian Posted a Message About a “Fresh Start”
A week ago on Instagram, Milian posted the above message using this caption:
Morning Inspiration Turn your life around and do all the things that make you happy. It’s your life to live.
Clearly, Milian wants a fresh start and is looking to become more independent again. And, as the news of her split from Prince begins to spread, Milian has taken to Instagram again with the below post:
4. Their Engagement Was Originally Kept Quiet
— Latina Magazine (@Latina) September 16, 2013
Milian didn’t announce her engagement, shouting from the roof tops. Us Weekly writes about the couple’s quiet engagement in detail:
Milian and Prince reportedly started dating in 2010, months after her split from ex-husband The-Dream, with whom she has a 4-year-old daughter, Violet. In April 2013, she was spotted wearing a huge diamond ring — but she played coy about whether she was engaged when asked in interviews.
5. Milian Is Trying to Keep Busy
Milian has her fingers in a lot of pies right now, working on her music and acting career, plus Viva Diva Wines, Platinum E Hookah, and a new docu-series.
Milian’s friends have also been supportive, especially on Twitter as Milian keeps posting tweets about how change is good, how she thanks everyone for their support, and recently “rough days.”
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