She continued: “Most importantly we are FAMILY & in the 10yrs together, 7yrs married we ain’t ever played with or about THAT. We just keep y’all asses out the group chat lol, which is the reason we’ve been able to successfully & peacefully separate without all of the outside noise.”
Taylor noted that she only decided to share the breakup news to quiet the narratives that have gotten “a little out of hand.” She wrote, “It’s unfair to all parties involved.”
Teyana Taylor and Iman Shumpert’s relationship was nothing but net prior to their 2023 separation. The Masked Singer season 7 champ and the professional basketball player first crossed paths at a 2011 party — though Taylor was not interested in a potential romance at the time. The duo’s friendship soon evolved into a romantic connection […]
Throughout their relationship, their individual careers continued to rise. When Shumpert joined the cast of Dancing With the Starsseason 30, Taylor was his No. 1 cheerleader.
“I’m too secure in my s–t to be worrying about that,” she exclusively told Us Weekly in October 2021 when asked about his partnership with Daniella Karagach. “We have to do movies and TV shows, and I have a love interest and stuff like that — it’s just part of the job. We get our job done and we keep it pushing. And I think that’s the part that we love about each other the most because we do our job and we literally keep it pushing.”
While many celeb couples have gone the distance in Hollywood, other romances haven’t stood the test of time. Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott sparked an on-again, off-again relationship in 2017, welcoming two children: daughter Stormi and a son, whose name they have yet to reveal, in February 2018 and February 2022, respectively. Us Weekly broke […]
She continued: “I honestly think that their chemistry is amazing. I think that Daniella is an amazing choreographer. I’m a dancer, so I appreciate what she do and then she kills it. I think that she takes him out of his comfort zone and I love that. … Like, you get to see him in a different space.”