This gay couple announced their break-up through the power of rap
A gay couple have announced their break-up through a rap video.
Jeremy Wetmore Spann and Blake Larson have been going out for seven years, after first meeting at university.
However, after more than half a decade together the pair have realised that they’re not quite soulmates, and decided to go their own separate ways.
The couple decided to make a splash with their split, making the announcement in a rap video.
The Arizona couple rap: “As we grew our paths moved in different directions. Started to question, is you really the one?
“When I ask you your dream house you say a high-rise, I’m like hold up, where’s the white picket fence on the side?
“You wanna travel the world and have brunch in Brussels, I wanna settle down and put together some puzzles.”
In the chorus, the pair explain that they will remain friends but that “our romance came to an end”.
They add: “I love your easy-goingness and endless optimism, but sometimes it’s good to look at long-term decisions.
“Would we be together forever? I don’t think so. Our relationship’s been good but I want magical.
“I want the best for you, and the best for me, and going forwards I don’t think that’s Blaremy.
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“Now our seven-year story’s been told. That’s a pretty good run for some homosexuals!”
The pair’s “official breakup music video” has already had 10,000 views on Facebook.
It’s getting a lot of love from the pair’s friends and family,
One comment says: “Wow! This has to be the best break up I have ever seen in my life!
“Good for you both to be so creative about it rather than the ugly that it can be. Wish the best for you both!!”