Reality television actress Nia Riley recently came forward to speak out on her quiet split from boyfriend Soulja Boy earlier this fall.

Riley hinted at social media playing a big part in the split going down.

The mom-turned-model told us, “Right now, no, we are not in a good space. We are not in a good space.” She later added, “I’m sure you’ve seen what was on social media about two days ago. That … there’s a certain way you go about things like that. And he didn’t go about it the right way, like a man should. I need a break now.” (Wet paint)

Check out what Soulja Boy said about his marital status right here…

Last month, SB announced his single marital status across social media.


In a series of tweets, the 24 year old wrote, “All I want is a girl that’s loyal and here with me most of the time. It’s that too much to ask for… If you’re not gonna be around why even be in a relationship… “No matter how much you do for a person it’s never enough.” He then announced, “I’m single” and even went so far as to post his cell phone number to encourage girls to call him. He subsequently deleted the private information and has since changed his number, asking friends to reach out to him online for the new contact details. (Contact Music)

Nia also relied on Twitter to speak out on the situation.

Riley jumped onto her Twitter page to speak out following a publicized car wreck a few weeks ago.

Soulja Boy alerted Instagram followers of the seriousness in early October.


My girlfriend @niariley was in a car accident and the car flipped over and our daughter was in the car. Need your prayers. Life is short and you never know what could happen I love them and don't know what I would do if something happened to them. God first.

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A representative for Nia released a statement on the situation.

“Thank you for your concern,” Riley’s rep said in a statement to E! News. “Both Nia and Kamryn are ok and are now home with Soulja Boy.”
The rapper known for his hit singles “Kiss Me Thru the Phone” and “Crank That” appears on VH1’s popular reality show Love & Hip Hop Hollywood.
In the series, cameras document his relationship with Riley, his on-again, off-again girlfriend since high school. (E! Online)