Naya Rivera accused ex-fiancee Big Sean of stealing her Rolex following their split last April. The 'I Don't Fu*k With You' singer talks about the accusation in February's edition of Complex magazine, vehemently denying having stole anything at all.
“First of all, why would I have to steal a Rolex? Second of all, every Rolex that I have, I have receipts for, papers for, certificates of authenticity for. I would never steal a Rolex from anybody. You see [Naya's] tweet got deleted in like 20 seconds,” Big Sean explains.
Yes, Naya Rivera tweeted the accusation, and yes, it was shortly thereafter deleted.
Us Weekly kept it on hand to share with their readers, however.
“@bigsean stealing rolexes from a lady’s house now. Maybe cuz I’m on Glee and making more money or something. #triflin," Naya Rivera tweeted on April 9, 2014.
“I felt like it was unnecessary drama because in my eyes it wasn’t true. I wasn’t surprised by it. Even though I didn’t steal anything, I wasn’t surprised by it," Big Sean added.
Big Sean released 'I Don't Fu*k With You' shortly after his very public split from Naya Rivera, and the song is said to be about the Glee star.
— J-14 Magazine (@J14Magazine) January 29, 2015
Naya Rivera turned the tables on Big Sean when she not only married actor Ryan Dorsey--but married him on the date she had initially planned to marry Big Sean.
What do you make of this accusation Rivera made? Do you think she did it just to get back at her ex-fiancee or do you think she really believed he stole her Rolex?
Big Sean, of course, is now linked to Ariana Grande, and in his latest song, 'Blessings,' is said to be singing about Grande's private parts.
“Man, the click is the tightest, the p–sy’s the tightest,” he raps.
Is he dissing Naya Rivera with this new song? A better question might be does she even care?
He probably should be more concerned about Ariana Grande's thoughts on him sharing information about her lady bits.