Monday, 29 September 2014
Jason Derulo talks about divorce says there was too much marriage pressure!
The "Wiggle" singer called into "On Air with Ryan Seacrest" on Monday, where he "cleared the air" about his split from the "American Idol" alum.
With tons of rumors floating around the web since news broke of the breakup, the R&B singer wanted to set the record straight about his fallout with Sparks.
"I’m not one to throw my business out on the street, but I thought it was important because things are getting a little out of hand," he told Ryan.
"I’m seeing all kind of stories about somebody getting pregnant, infidelity, things like me calling it off because of me being too busy and because of my newfound success," he continued.
"What happened … in a nutshell, there was a lot of tension in the relationship for a lot of different reasons. Every relationship has ups and downs. There was a lot of pressures of marriage. There was a lot of arguing and stuff like that that just weighed on our relationship over time. When you stop having more good times than bad bad times, it’s time to call it quits. It becomes something that is unhealthy," he explained.
The 25-year-old -- who's dated Jordin for the last three years and even wrote a song for Sparks titled "Marry Me" -- told us earlier this year that the the ballad was supposed to signify his devotion to the "Battlefield" singer, but ended up generating way too much media speculation about their relationship.
So are the exes still on good terms?
"I wouldn’t say good terms," Jason confessed. "I’ll be lying if I said that, but it’s not a bad situation. There’s no bad blood. We didn’t end off on a weird way or a negative way. It’s not like we’re hitting each other up, like, ‘Hey, what are you doing today?'"
Derulo also revealed that their relationship became more of an "obligation" than a partnership.
"Three years … very long time. I think sometimes you can be in a relationship so long, it becomes a part of your life and you feel like you’re obligated. And when you start feeling obligated and you start feeling like it’s something you have to do because it’s necessary, like breathing, that’s not a good situation either. It should be something different," he explained.