While the internet is having a field day calling both of them out (some think its Karma while others think he can not handle an "independent and successful" woman), Jhene Aiko has come out to label the information as untrue.
Aiko's actions may have sparked the fan theories about the rapper's alleged cheating, due to Aiko being on tour in Pacific Asia, and apparent sightings of Big Sean following dancer and singer Nicole Scherzinger on Instagram. "They looked like they were a couple", claims the source, before adding that Jhené was "pissed" over the situation.
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Big Sean was first linked to Aiko in 2016. News spread that Jhené had unfollowed Sean on her social media platforms and her fans jumped at the opportunity to paint her (ex)-boyfriend as unfaithful.
Big Sean's Tattoo on Jhene Aiko's Arm. In October past year, the "Bed Peace" songstress showed her love for the rapper by getting his face inked on her arm above the elbow. Having worked together as friends several times before getting together, Aiko and Sean often posted their photo opts together on social media. The tattoo drew mixed reactions from her fans, with some of them saying things like "wow lovely tat and commitment", "maybe one day i'll love a guy enough to tattoo his face on me", "What's she gonna cover it up with when they're over?" and, "She'll come back in a couple months asking you to cover it up with the rose tattoo". The singer slammed rumors Big Sean cheated on her with former Pussycat Doll singer Nicole Scherzinger.
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