‘Til You Do Right By Me: Cyn Santana Just Subbed Joe Budden On Twitter Amid Cheating Allegations

June 11, 2019  |  

Mack Wilds' Birthday Dinner

Source: Shareif Ziyadat / Getty

It’s been a few weeks since Love & Hip Hop: New York stars Cyn Santana and Joe Budden called it quits, and now the 25-year-old is seemingly subbing her estranged fiance on Twitter.

Cyn took to the platform with simple words, “A man that don’t take care of his family can’t be rich.” This was a quote from Jay-Z’s song “Family Feud,” which was a single, featuring Beyonce, on the iconic rapper’s confessional 4:44 album.

Because the pair split amid cheating rumors, the tweet seems to insinuate that Joe needs to walk the same path to redemption Jay-Z took from “big pimpin” to the family man he is today.

However, the road to redemption may be long for the former rapper, who initially denied the two had even split.

“We didn’t break up,” Joe revealed during a live taping of his podcast a few weeks back.

“There’s been no breakup. Now, words are important. So what does that mean? What that means is neither one of us said it’s over.” But he admitted at the time they “haven’t spoken in a little while.”

“I think her phone’s been dead for a few weeks,” he continued.

“Can you break up without saying it?” The Revolt host joked.  “I didn’t take it no way when she moved all her s–t out of the house.”

However, Cyn had her own interpretation of events.

“Actions speak louder than words,” she said on Twitter. “People have months broken up and don’t even know it. But God reveals all truths.”

The “Pump It Up” rapper proposed to Cyn back in December during a live taping of his show.

“Cynthia Santana, will you marry me?” he said in front of a packed audience.

“I want to spend this life and the next life with you,” Cyn responded with a yes at the time.

Trending on MadameNoire

Comment Disclaimer: Comments that contain profane or derogatory language, video links or exceed 200 words will require approval by a moderator before appearing in the comment section. XOXO-MN