The Word: Ariana Grande’s ex says she cheated with Nathan Sykes

LIVE WITH KELLY AND MICHAEL -9/5/13 - Ariana Grande performs with Nathan Sykes of The Wanted on 'LIVE with Kelly and Michael,' distributed by Disney-ABC Domestic Television. (Photo by David Steele/Disney-ABC via Getty Images) NATHAN SYKES, ARIANA GRANDE
Ariana Grande performs with Nathan Sykes of The Wanted on “LIVE with Kelly and Michael.” Credit: David Steele/Disney-ABC via Getty Images

Do you ever wish pop culture would just freeze where it is? No new famous people admitted, we’re at capacity? I feel like every time I turn around there’s a new crop of pop star types, singing and courting and calling each other out on Twitter, and it’s getting hard to keep track.

Ariana Grande’s ex, Jai Brooks, posted a long rant on Twitter accusing her of cheating on him when she began her relationship with Nathan Sykes. Apparently all three of these people are famous. OK, OK, I know who Ariana Grande is, and Nathan Sykes is in The Wanted, but for the life of me I can’t figure out how I’m meant to have heard of this Jai person.

Anyway, Jai is very sad right now, because Ariana not only dumped him for Nathan, she also cheated on him, he claimed. “Yes I was cheated on. Yes it does suck,” he wrote on Twitter.

“Nathan may be a top bloke or a sweet person, but what he did was just completely wrong. He interfered with my life and did not respect my relationship, his actions caused me to not be able to sleep at night and not see the world as a beautiful place. Nathan if you read this, when you hold her hand you better hold it tight because you are holding my world.”

Aw, poor kid. Who knows what really went down, but he really does sound heartbroken. I am Team Jay. Sorry, I mean Team Jai.



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