Exclusive: Rapper CORDAE Breaks Up w/ Tennis Star Naomi Osaka . . . Claims She’s ‘TOO NEEDY’!!

Tennis star Naomi Osaka and rapper Cordae are officially over, Media Take Out has found out. And we hear Cordae broke up with the tennis star because she was “too needy.”

Cordae, 24, has been spotted frequently at Naomi’s matches, most prominently at the 2020 US Open where she won her third Grand Slam title.

Rumors of a split between the young celebrity couple circulated last week after Naomi Osaka shared a rather cryptic message on social media that has had her fans on a wild goose chase ever since.

The four-time Grand Slam champion tweeted about “not trusting” men who constantly have to declare that they are “a good guy”. The now-deleted tweet.


As of this post, Media Take Out has confirmed that the Japanese tennis star unfollowed Cordae on her Twitter and Instagram handles following the news and deleted all pictures of the pair from her social media accounts.

We reached out to someone connected to Cordae and asked what she thought happened between the two. The insider told Media Take Out that he wasn’t surprised at the potential split. “Cordae complained that she was too needy,” the tipster spilled.


The tennis pro and the Grammy-nominated rapper started dating in 2019, their first date was at an LA Clippers game.

Little did Cordae know at the time that his date was a tennis star, telling GQ: “If you asked me about tennis before you dive into it for Naomi, I could just give you Venus and Serena Williams, you know? Because they are just part of the culture.”

Naomi is currently preparing to play the US Open in a couple of weeks.

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