Thursday, October 4, 2007

NICK CANNON & SELITA EBANKS CALL OFF THEIR ENGAGEMENT & GO THEIR SEPARATE WAYS

I bet Christina Milian is somewhere giggling her ass off! Raise your hand if you're surprised that Nick and his now ex-fiancee have broken up! Where's everyone hands at?! LOL! According to People.com, Nick 'I'm So Corny' Cannon and Victoria's Secret model Selita Ebanks have not only called off their engagement, they've also gone their separate ways. "Selita and Nick are taking a break to focus on their careers but still very much love each other and remain the best of friends," says her rep, Melissa Raubvogel. The breakup comes just five months after the Drumline actor made a proposal that lit up New York's Times Square – literally – as he asked Ebanks to marry him with the help of a jumbotron.

By August, Cannon, 26, was more measured when it came to nailing down wedding details, telling PEOPLE, "We haven't really talked about a lot of that stuff. You've got to take it slow." Cannon also admitted to being a fan of long engagements because "you get to know people. It's that preparation time to see if this is what you really want," the comedian/actor claimed. As for Ebanks, 24, she said earlier in the summer that the pair had some fundamental differences between their ideal ceremony. "As you can tell by the ring, he's all about the bling and having a big wedding. Me? I'm all about the courthouse."

See, shit like this happens when you hook up with a person after only knowing them for a couple of months. Look at Kelly Rowland and Roy Williams. These 2 fools were planning a wedding and styling and profiling in Bride magazine after only knowing each other for four months.

2 comments:

kimiverson26 said...

I KNEW THIS SH*T WAS FAKE! I'M LAUGHING WITH CHRISTINA HAH AHA HA

Anonymous said...

HE SHOULD HAVE STAYED WITH CHRISTINA BUT THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU ARE BEING STUPID

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