Blac Chyna and Soulja Boy have called it quits.
According to TMZ, the two split after getting into a huge argument about each other's true intentions. As fans know, the 28-year-old rapper and 30-year-old former reality star began dating just a few weeks ago. However, in the days after they confirmed their relationship it was reported they only started dating as revenge on Chyna's ex Tyga, who Soulja has beef with.
Soulja addressed the split news on Twitter Thursday (February 21), retweeting an article about it, he wrote, "I just wanted to see what the pu**y felt like." He later deleted the derogatory message, and issued an apology to his ex. "My apologies to Blac Chyna and my fans for the previous tweet. Blac Chyna and I have a mutual friendship nothing more nothing less," Soulja tweeted.
Chyna and Soulja made their relationship Instagram official on February 13 after the "Thru the City" rapper shared multiple photos and videos of him with the former reality star at his post-Grammy Awards party. In one video, Soulja told his guests, "Shoutout to my baby Blac Chyna." He also shared numerous photos of the two together during the party, including a pic of the two cozied up during the celebration that he captioned "DrakoChyna." The two then stepped out together for a day of pampering at a nail salon, which Soulja documented on his Instagram Story.
As fans know, Chyna's relationship with Soulja came only weeks after she split from rapper Kid Buu. Chyna and the 30-year-old rapper called it quits after they got into an alleged physical altercation while vacationing in Hawaii late last month. Sources told TMZ at the time, Chyna and Buu got into a heated argument around 5 am, in their hotel room at the Ritz-Carlton in Honolulu. The disagreement reportedly turned violent just before 7 a.m., after Chyna accused Buu of cheating. Insiders told the gossip site that Chyna scratched Kid Buu, and then he "slammed her against the wall several times and choked her."
Buu gave his side of the story days later, denying he put his hands on Chyna. "Every single body out there that's honestly feeding into this s**t and finding all this bulls**t entertaining—all these lies—thinking they're cool and funny, you're sad," he said on Instagram Live, referencing his and Chyna's altercation. "I'mma let ya'll know right now. My mother, my mom raised me better than that. I would never put my hands on a women—never have I, and never will I, ever in my f**kin' life... In fact, I was raised that if you ever feel like it had to get there with a woman, leave her, dump her... don't you ever put your hands on her. You dump that woman before it ever get there and you walk away. And I stand by that."
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