Diddy Has A New Boo. Cassie Is Gone!
It’s official! Cassie is no longer Diddy’s official girl. Social media erupted yesterday when the break up saga of power couple, Sean “Diddy” Combs and Cassie Ventura hit the Internet. The duo who had been an item for over a decade, were reported to have called it quits. Once rumored in August 2016 to have taken a break, the couple is recounted to have had a long relationship dating from 2007 to 2018. Even though their relationship is said to have lasted a record of 11 years, the couples didn’t go public with their status until 2012. The media is in turmoil with different fan factions clawing at each other on the outcome of the celebrity couple’s now ended relationship. While some are of the opinion that Diddy was indeed a Bad Boy for wasting Cassie’s time, others feel he didn’t like it enough to put a ring on it. However, a faction of social media postulate that Puff Daddy aka Brother Love, simply had no more love to give. In an industry where even marriages are typically short-lived, it still came as a staggering surprise that the couple’s journey together arrived at an inevitable end. More profound reports reveal that the relationship might have ended months back, with Diddy said to have already begun a new relationship with a 26 year old model named Jocelyn Chew. We can’t help but wonder now, but Cassie’s “official girl” hit song seems to come into perspective with song lyrics like “I’m tired, I’m tired, I’m tired of being your (your) unofficial girl”, unequivocally suggesting that the singer might have been really tired for a while now. With Diddy seemingly set for a new chapter in his life with someone else, Cassie too is reported to have found renewed focus on her singing and acting careers. Not withstanding, it brings some sort of comfort, as an inside source claims that the couple have agreed to remain friends. Fans with bleeding hearts all over the world, sure wish that this signifies that it was not a bad break up after all, considering the number of years invested by both parties.