G.O.O.D. Music’s Big Sean may have some explaining to do after being put on blast by ex-fiancée Naya Rivera about allegedly stealing watches.
According to reports, Rivera went after Sean’s neck via a Twitter post yesterday (April 9).
For example, today, April 9, Naya tweeted, “@bigsean stealing rolexes from a lady’s house now. Maybe cuz I’m on Glee and making more money or something. #triflin.” The tweet was quickly deleted, but we managed to get ahold of a screencap of it below. We’re not totally sure what Naya is getting at here, but it sounds like she may have found Big Sean with another gal’s Rolex in his possession. As she points out in the tweet, maybe he stole it because he doesn’t make as much money as she does. (Wet Paint)
Following the accusation, more details on what Naya meant have surfaced.
The “Glee” star took to Twitter today to accuse BS of thievery … claiming he stole a pricey Rolex watch from her. But sources tell us the watch was Sean’s in the first place — he bought it for himself when he became successful. We’re told Sean gave it to Naya to wear … but it was never hers to keep. So, Big Sean leaves the relationship with his watch, his enormous member … and their potential to attract new women. (TMZ)
The mega rap star issued an open statement to break the big news of his nixed wedding yesterday.
“After careful thought and much consideration, Sean has made the difficult decision to call the wedding off,” his rep tells Us. “The recent rumors and accusations reported by so called or fake sources are simply untrue. Sean wishes Naya nothing but the best and it is still his hope that they can continue to work through their issues privately. We will not be commenting again on this matter.” (Us Magazine)
His rep also addressed nasty cheating and break-up reports.
The news of their broken engagement follows a Star magazine report which claimed the rapper had cheated on Rivera, leading her to call off the engagement. Debunking these claims, an insider tells Us, “Sean did not cheat on Naya and the allegations are 100% false and untrue.” (Us Magazine)