G Herbo announces he is SINGLE…. Has broken up with his longtime girlfriend

After a long and volatile relationship, one of hip hop’s most famous couples, rapper G Herbo and his baby Tina’s mother, rapper Fabolous; daughter separated. Media Take Out first broke the news that the couple had split earlier this year, but yesterday G Herbo finally confirmed the news.

The rapper took to Instagram and, without further explanation, shared an Instagram story that read, “IM SINGLE.” The couple made it official back in 2019 and have two children together, two-year-old son Essex and one-year-old daughter Emmy.


Media Take Out first spread rumors about a split between Taina and Herbo, who have their children together.

Herbo spoke about their relationship and how special Taina is to him. “I’m not going to lie to be honest, I really feel like opposites attract in a way,” he told the hosts of Million Dollaz Worth of Game. “… [William’s] just pure, through and through. You know what I mean? She’s not afraid to like something, express her feelings and tell me what she thinks about things. Even if it’s like I don’t get it all the time, she’ll tell me something that I feel like she might want to disparage me a little. But she really isn’t, she’s telling me something that really uplifts me. She really makes me feel like a man, completely,” he added. “I feel good when I’m lying on the cradle. She takes care of the home. If I didn’t have a girl, bro, I’d be living really crazy. I probably wouldn’t have any furniture by my crib.”

Taina has not yet denied or confirmed the rumours.

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Sarah Ridley

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