Dreezy and Jacquees broke up again, resulting in the two trading shots on social media. The former couple got into a war of words on Twitter after revealing their relationship came to an end on Sunday (October 4).

The self-proclaimed King of R&B declared, “JACQUEES single.”

“Nigga tryna clout chase now and KNOW I’m not wit all that shit at all,” Dreezy wrote regarding their split. “You’re blocked. I’m single. And I’m logging off. Go play wit yo ex.”

Jacquees quoted Dreezy’s tweet and responded, “Go play wit ya self lol.” He’s since deleted the remark from Twitter.

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Dreezy mocked her ex’s actions by sharing a screenshot of his missed calls. The image showed Jacquees repeatedly in her call history via phone and Facetime.

“When yu blocked so yu run to Twitter,” she remarked. “Nobody gives af bro.”

The Chicago-bred rapper also replied to a few comments amid the mess. One of her Twitter followers called Jacquees “corny,” which she co-signed. Another thought her ex must’ve been hacked, which Dreezy denied.

“Ain’t nobody hack that nigga he a hoe,” she quipped. “I’m glad y’all get to see.”

Dreezy and Jacquees previously split up in September 2019 but got back together. Things didn’t end well though, leading to the weekend’s social media shenanigans.

“I tried it didn’t work,” Dreezy concluded. “Moving on…”

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