Big Sean Cheated on Naya Rivera With Ariana Grande? ‘Glee’ Star Spread Rumors to Get Back at Ex-Fiance
Just when we thought Big Sean and Adriana Grande are in a perfect relationship, here comes Naya Rivera to prove otherwise. This time, the “Glee” star is claiming that her ex-fiance stole her expensive Rolex watch.
The “I Don’t F—k With You” singer was quick to come to his defense and said he would never steal anything from Rivera.
“First of all, why would I have to steal a Rolex? Second of all, every Rolex that I have, I have receipts for, papers for, certificates of authenticity for. I would never steal a Rolex from anybody,” he said in an interview with Complex magazine, via Us Weekly.
Grande’s boyfriend was also quick to point out that Rivera deleted the accusing tweet just seconds after it was posted. In case you missed it, the actress previously claimed that Big Sean was stealing Rolexes from her house because “she was already making money” from starring in “Glee.”
The rapper was unfazed with Rivera’s accusations, saying it was nothing but “unnecessary drama.” He added that he was not surprised that his former fiancée would spread rumors about him.
Was Rivera still bitter since the rapper called off the engagement last year? A source from Perez Hilton claims that Rivera has still not gotten over her ex-fiance. It didn’t help that she felt that Big Sean cheated on her with the “Love Me Harder” singer. When the actress found out that the two had gone official, she says her hunch had been right all along.
“She was always sure that Sean was cheating on her with Ariana, they fought about that a lot. Sean would tell her she was crazy and jealous, he swore to her that Ariana was just a friend, he even said she was like a little sister.”
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