Cordae, the rapper who is dating Japanese tennis player Naomi Osaka, appears to be doing well in her paradise. The two have been dating for three years, but the tennis stars' mysterious post from a few days ago has caused some controversy.
Cordae, also known as YBN Cordae, and Naomi Osaka have been accused of deleting their information from Twitter in droves. The 24-year-old rapper's new Wolverine beard when he performed at Lollapalooza was criticized as the reason Naomi Osaka walked out. The former has apparently stopped following the hip-hop musician on her Twitter and Instagram accounts.
Naomi Osaka reportedly hinted at Cordae's alleged separation in a tweet that she later deleted, according to SportsKeeda. On social media, Naomi may have given some indications, while Cordae has been quiet about their alleged separation.
In a conversation with GQ published in February 2021, Naomi and Cordae discussed their intention to keep their relationship private. Cordae continued, we tend to move in a very private manner.
Naomi Osaka and Cordae broke up, as another user asked?, one responded, This is the only thing real, J Cole went triple platinum with NO FEATURES. He will lose out on the money,. Another said, Good for her, too bad shes with that conscious rapping nerd. needs to contact either Carti or me.
He grew 40 pounds and had this beard, and of course she left pic.twitter.com/rTBTr407TH.
In a subsequent tweet, the rapper stated, It's that silly a** beard. One added, That's why his beard appears to be like that because he's hurting at the same time.
One person replied, I knew after seeing Cordae with those mudchop sideburns that Naomi left him. Martin Van Buren a** beard, right?
After seeing Cordae with their mudchop sideburns, I knew that Naomi had left him.
Naomi Osaka and Cordae's break up demonstrates the only thing true is that J. Cole went triple platinum with NO FEATURES.
Ankita Khanrah is a second-year student at the KIIT Deemed University in Bhubaneswar's Master of Communication and Journalism (Integrated) program.