Lira Galore Opens Up About Break Up With Rick Ross

Rucuss staffJanuary 9, 2016

If you hadn’t been hiding under a rock than you know Rick Ross is a single man again.

The MMG frontman and Lira Galore called off their engagement last year. Ross and Galore were tight-lipped about why they split at the time, but the former Houston stripper is ready to give details.

In a new interview, Galore explains that a photo of her hugging Meek Mill back when she was a stripper was at the center of the breakup.

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Although it was taken prior to her relationship with Ross, it was reposted on social media.

“I’m not worried about the picture with Meek,” Galore told Global Grind. “It was just a picture that I posted on my Instagram. I was at work, I used to dance, and it was just a picture.”

Galore continued, “I think the initial breakup was a combination of everything from people digging up tweets when I was 17 years old tweeting about different people, to the picture of Meek. I went to [Ross’] tagged photos one day and it was only that picture of Meek, and it was just that photo. Everybody just kept posting it and I felt like as a man, he just couldn’t handle it when it was just nothing. I feel like during that time apart he realized he was tripping, so we got back together.”

Rozay proposed to Galore with an 11-carat, $350,000 ring in September while they were jewelry shopping in New York, but he ended their engagement in November. The two got back together shortly after, but it didn’t last.

“We just decided to go our separate ways. I’m 22 and this was my first time in love and I put it out there,” Galore said. “I’m still in love with him, but some things don’t go as you would like them to go.”

Galore is trying to get over the break up with work. She is focused on a T-shirt collaboration with Popular Demand.

“I’m fresh out of a breakup, so I’m not looking or worried about anybody right now. There were other things going on, so we parted.”

Photos via Instagram

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