Word of Jason Derulo and Jenna Frumes' breakup came as a shock to fans last September, just over four months after the arrival of their baby boy. Now that the exes have had some time apart, the 28-year-old appears to be ready to speak more about what led to her separation from the singer.
As Page Six reports, the mother of one posted a mirror selfie to her Instagram page on Thursday, along with an inspirational caption about being "worth it." Though she looks undeniably great, a hater was quick to find something to criticize her about. "Worth it in what way?" they trolled her.
Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images"You're not married, which means your child is a bastard and you're playing the whore role. Y'all got morals mixed up."
She quickly clapped back, "I wouldn't call myself a whore. It's unfortunate my situation didn't work out because we did once aspire to be married, but maybe it's [better] to be single than to be in a relationship and constantly disrespected and cheated on and lied to. Or is it better to stay and be quiet so people like you approve?"
The hateful comment clearly struck a chord with Frumes, as she went on to post an even lengthier statement about the speculation surrounding her relationship status on her Story.
@jenafrumes/Instagram Story"Women really don't deserve to be treated and judged the way they are," she began. "No one aspires to be a single mom – it's the biggest heartbreak and failure for me personally, knowing I'm alone in this when I wanted love, marriage, and the happy family unit."
She shared that when you find yourself in a relationship where your non-negotiables are being tested, you should accept that you'll never find peace. "There is nothing in life I want more than my family to be together, but I can't be the only one working to make that happen."
"If a man wants a different girl every week over his family, I'll never accept that, we will never be able to make it work 'happily.' I was straight up told that I should 'turn the other cheek,'" she alleged of her relationship with the "Whatcha Say" singer.
"I'll never be OK with sharing a lover that I love with all my heart!!! I don't receive child support, all I wanted was a family to love and experience life with. If the streets come first, I can't change that so stop blaming the women like we chose the single mother life. That shit is hella annoying."
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