“What I do know is I gave him my number accientally through a friend and he reached out consistently for a year. I think I replied maybe three times but that never stopped him from writing me,” she recounts at the beginning of her story. “I remember him bringing me flowers to a show I had in San Francisco and me realizing this was not the TC I thought it was … but that he was sweet.”
The message, which has now been deleted, has folks on Twitter wondering what in the hell Jazmine was thinking. It’s one thing to offer your condolences on social media, it’s another to use the platform to humblebrag in the process.
Jazmine Sullivan wanted to make sure he knew, just in case he was reading from Heaven, that she dont like him like that.
— 21 Sandwich (@Acquired_Taste) October 19, 2016
I have never seen anything like that Jazmine Sullivan post in all of my 35 years.
— Bigly Smalls (@whitt_writes) October 19, 2016
I wanna know what prompted Jazmine Sullivan to write that long ass IG post about the deceased tryna holla at her. Like… no sis. ☹️
— Jimmy Zbornak ✏ (@theeJAISTER) October 19, 2016
Jazmine Sullivan the type of woman to announce her engagement at your baby shower
— ahmed (@HurtCobaiin) October 19, 2016
Jazmine Sullivan basically said, “idk you, I just know that you liked me and I used to curve you. Rip, I still don’t want you though.”
— Danaé Latrice (@DanaeLatrice) October 19, 2016
Jazmine Sullivan out here curving dudes from beyond the grave. I can’t.
— NUFF$AID (@nuffsaidNY) October 19, 2016
You can read Jazmine’s “tribute” in full below.
A young singer passed away from this area (Delaware) & this what Jazmine Sullivan wrote. . . pic.twitter.com/MJtLSXE7rI
— PumpkinSpiceClif (@seabethree) October 18, 2016
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