Sage the Gemini publicly begs Jordin Sparks to answer his calls following their break-up
UPI News Service, 02/17/2016
Sage the Gemini attempted to get former girlfriend Jordin Sparks' attention on Tuesday.
The 23-year-old rapper shared a photo of himself on Instagram with the 26-year-old singer and asked her to return his calls in a lengthy caption.
News outlets reported the couple's split last week.
"Can't sit here and act industry like this [expletive] don't hurt me," Sage the Gemini wrote in the since-deleted post. "You the only girl I can call at 3 in the morning and you'll answer no problem."
"I miss you to much to watch you look so amazing at the Clyde Davis party and not be able to call you and express how much I appreciated the look because you won't answer nor text back the feeling is horrible," he added.
"Valentine's Day was supposed to be a special day I wanted that to be our anniversary because it's your grandparents and maybe we could've doubled dated remember? Please call me back I just want like a hug and a kiss or something. Sincerely Dominic Wynn Woods."
Sage the Gemini, born Dominic Wynn Woods, and Sparks were first linked in spring 2015 and confirmed their relationship in May. Insiders told E! News the relationship "started off great" but that Sparks later started to have trust issues.
"He makes me smile every single day," the former "American Idol" winner told People about her beau in August.
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"He's just very low-key and down to earth as well. We don't have to always worry about getting up and getting ready or feeling like we have to."
Sage the Gemini alluded to problems in his personal life, including feeling jealous with Sparks, in an Instagram post in December.
The rapper will release his album Bachelor Party this year, while Sparks, the "American Idol" Season 6 winner, last debuted Right Here, Right Now in August.
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