Tahiry talks breakup with Joe Budden

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    Tahiry Jose revealed that her rekindled romance with Joe Budden didn’t last very long and the pair have split up again.

    Spoiler Alert: Joe and Tahiry will breakup again at some point this season on “Love & Hip Hop.” It’s been a long road for Joe and Tahiry, who have always been hovering around in each other lives. When season 4 debuted with the pair being on-again, it wasn’t a surprise to most viewers, but it seems that things didn’t really stick this time.

    “We were together for five [years], we broke up for four. We got back together for two months. We’ve been in each other’s lives for nine or 10 years,” Tahiry told NecoleBitchie.com. “I have great relationships with my exes. What can you say? Moms love me. I’m a keeper. He f–ked up.”

    Tahiry would still love to get married, but she’s just not sure who Mr. Right could be because she always thought it would be Joe. “I don’t know what I see in the future. I never saw me walking down the aisle and him not being the one at the end of it,” Tahiry shared. “Today, I don’t know what God has in store for me. I just pray and I keep it moving.”

    The split shouldn’t come as a surprise, though. Tahiry reminded, “Well, I mean he tweeted about it in the middle of filming. I was the one who broke up with him.”

    Joe has never really been one to keep his relationships too private, so it stands to reason that the rapper would also let the world know when he and Tahiry went their separate ways. That still doesn’t mean Tahiry had to like it.

    “There’s certain things that you protect. You can give the world as much as you want to give them. You’re in control,” Tahiry explained. “I held my relationship with Joey, no matter what it seemed like, very close, and at the moment, I was dealing with it really hard and that was in May, June, July. For him to tweet about it, I thought it was completely disrespectful.”

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