“Love and Hip Hop: New York” star Cyn Santana is flaunting her body all over the ‘Gram as a newly single woman.
For weeks now, folks have wondered if Santana and rapper Joe Budden were over for good. He seemingly confirmed the speculation to be true after tweeting about his ostensibly new “single life.”
“Single life is strange girls trying to get you to do the Blueface dance,” Budden wrote in a now-deleted post from last week.
Well, 26-year-old Santana doesn’t appear to be at home crying over spilled milk and seems quite unbothered by her recent breakup. She took to her Instagram feed on Thursday and posted an alluring photo of herself in a blue monokini with her bare back and cakes showing. She appeared to be on vacation while posing in a pool and standing quite a distance from the beach.
“I’m dope in real life…I dont give a f–k bout what you feel likeeeeee 😙,” she added in her caption.
Her post drummed up several reactions from fans, including ones poking fun at Budden’s apparent loss.
“Joe punching the air right now, MY GOD 🔥😍 you single and don’t know how to act.”
“😘🍑 I know that’s right girl make em miss ya.”
“Joe at home crying right now planning a ‘man-cation’ 😂😂 he must’ve really pissed her off.”
“That’s body though lol yasss 😘!!! You look good sis go awf! Meanwhile Joe kicking himself right now🤦🏽.”
Social media first noticed the pair were facing trouble in paradise after Santana deleted all photos of herself with Budden from her social media, also changing her Instagram handle from Santana-Budden to just Santana. She was also spotted no longer wearing her engagement ring.
As to why they’ve decided to split is unknown, but, a few days after reports surfaced of them calling it quits, the model recorded a video of herself singing Beyoncé’s song “Don’t Hurt Yourself,” which is about a woman’s rage toward her significant other after he’s cheated on her.
Budden, on the other hand, doesn’t appear to be taking their breakup too well and has been posting what fans say are despairing Instagram photos of himself in front of a fireplace.