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Did Justine Skye & Giveon Break Up? Fans Seem To Think So.

"People who I thought loved me the most I let break me the most."

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R&B singers Justine Skye and Giveon may have never confirmed publicly that they were dating, but Justine may have confirmed their break up. Justine's initial tweet on Oct. 12 sparked the breakup rumors after she said she was "done" seemingly referring to her relationship.


"A man wouldn't know how to treat you right if you gave them a manual.. I know I shouldn't but I really can't help but blame myself for not saving enough love for me in the end 💔 whatever idc anymore I'm done."

While that tweet has since been deleted, the 26-year-old fired off a series of other tweets where she revealed she had been "hurt" and "broken."

"People want you to be vulnerable, but don't look weak. They want you to be real, but not too real. I don't know if I give a fuck anymore what people want, cause they don't even know."
"People who I thought loved me the most I let break me the most. And those who actually do love me I pushed away.. I'm sure I'm not the only one which is why I'm even talking about this on here rn cause it fuckin hurts."
"It's like i'm a vase, it keeps cracking and i keep trying glue it back together to appear fine. Doesn't mean it's not still broken."

The "Collide" singer even referenced cheating.

"Cheaters gonna cheat. Liars gonna lie. Users gonna use."

While Justine didn't direct her tweets to anyone specifically, it didn't stop fans from assuming she was talking about the "Heartbreak Anniversary" singer.

Justine and Giveon have reportedly been dating for about a year and fans have spotted them together on many occasions.

More recently, Justine shared a now deleted TikTok video from her birthday trip in September that showed her and Giveon celebrating together on a tropical island.

Justine nor Giveon have responded to the breakup rumors.

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