Tahiry doesn’t want Joe Budden back

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    Tahiry Jose was on the defensive when she went on "The Breakfast Club" this week.

    After Monday’s season 3 premiere of "Love & Hip Hop," the DJs had more than a few questions for Tahiry, who was determined not to let anyone get her worked up.

    First and foremost, "The Breakfast Club" wanted to know what’s really going on with her and ex-boyfriend Joe Budden. "That’s what his storyline is: Tahiry," the video vixen said. On the season premiere, Joe seemed very intent on keeping some kind of connection with his former girlfriend of five years. Given Tahiry’s explosive shows of emotion where Joe is concerned, the model was asked if she would ever consider being with Joe again.

    The short answer is no.

    "I don’t think that could ever happen. I could never get back with Joe," Tahiry explained. "I don’t think he’s matured much. And just the way he moves around in his relationships. Like, I left for that reason."

    Tahiry, along with the rest of the world, has been able to keep an eye on Joe as he’s very public with his personal life. It’s because of the thing she’s seen from him since they’re breakup that keeps her from seeing any romantic future with him. "I don’t think that that’s the kind of man I want to be with today," she said.

    Ultimately, Tahiry doesn’t believe that Joe has really matured much in their time apart. "The Breakfast Club" also wanted to know if there was any truth to the chatter that she gave Joe a little financial help while they were together. "I co-signed a lot of things," she admitted. "I was with him, he was going through situations, and I did what any ride-or-die—or dumb chick—would do."
     

    Check out pics from the "Love & Hip Hop" premiere party below!

     


     

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