Cam’ron Explains Why He Broke Up With His Girlfriend of 10 Years Because She Wasn’t Fun Anymore

This was quite possible a couple that many loved especially because of how they would let us in their relationship on social media. Killa Cam was on The Breakfast Club and discussed his break up with JuJu.

The year is 2006 and Cam’ron is beefing with Mase. Just kidding-it’s 2017 and that diss track is about 10 years and some change late. However, we’re here to discuss a break up. Cam’ron and JuJu have broken up. In addition, they’ve been broken up for about 6 months now. He decided to speak about the break up and his words will hurt you because it’s something that many fear while in a relationship.

“Yeah but you know basically it was kinda mutual,” said Cam’ron. “For me it just wasn’t fun anymore, I met JuJu in 2002, she was my friend before we started being serious. That was my homegirl and everything was fun. Once Instagram came out, I”m the one promoting her on Instagram, marketing her, showing her body, showing how beautiful she is without being too distasteful about it—[but] basically, it stopped being fun.
Then it started getting serious. ‘Why you following her?!’ ‘Why you liking this person picture?!’ That was my best friend for years and I think she felt that way too.”

It sounds like it was a very adult break up; tough but very adult. In case you’re wondering if there’s another lady in his life, he quickly dismissed that.

“Hell no, that’s my homegirl. Word to my son, I never touched her, kissed her, nothing,” said Cam’ron. “Roxxi came at JuJu and started acting like we were f*** to make JuJu mad. They [Roxxi and JuJu] know each other, we all hang out. Everybody knows I’m not f**** Roxxi, JuJu knows I’m not f**** Roxxi.”

You can always count on Cam’ron to keep it real.

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