Jessie J Shares Post About 'Delayed Emotions' After Split From Channing Tatum, While He Joins Raya Dating App
Channing Tatum and Jessie J ended their relationship earlier this month after dating for a little more than a year. But, it appears that the exes are handling the breakup in very different ways.
This past week, Jessie posted a cryptic message on her Instagram Story that appeared to be about her split from the Magic Mike star. And, it looks like the Bang Bang singer is just now dealing with her heartbreak.
“Delayed emotions are…well…not so fun,” wrote Jessie in white text with a black background.
The post comes one week after the news broke that she and Tatum had called it quits, but sources say the couple ended their relationship a few weeks prior while remaining friends.
“Channing and Jessie have different priorities and focuses that don’t really align,” an insider told People Magazine . “They had a fun relationship, but it just didn’t work out. Channing needs to be in LA a lot so he can spend time with [daughter] Everly. Jessie prefers England. They are still friendly though.”
The day after her sad post, Jessie appeared to be in a much better mood during a photo shoot. The singer posted a video clip of herself wearing a spaghetti-strapped black top and hat while smiling, and she wrote in the caption that were “so many happy noises” in the clip.
Meanwhile, Tatum is still trying to figure out the details in his custody agreement with his ex-wife Jenna Dewan. And, he has already joined the Raya dating app for celebrities and VIPs. Other big names that have used the app include Ben Affleck and Matthew Perry.
Sources say that Tatum’s profile appeared on the app for Los Angeles members last week, and it features sexy photos of the 39-year-old actor.
“Fans were really rooting for him and Jessie as a couple but no doubt he’s getting plenty of matches for dates before Christmas,” an insider told Radar Online . “It doesn’t look like he’s nursing a broken heart or thinking about patching things up with his ex, and it’s likely Jessie’s friends have already seen the profile as the app is so popular.”
Channing Tatum has not spoken publicly about his split from Jessie J., but she did write on social media that there was no drama, hate, or juicy gossip surrounding her most recent breakup. Instead, they were two normal people who happened to be famous that dated and had a lot of fun together. However, they eventually realized that a romantic relationship wasn't going to work. But, they are still friends, and still have love and respect for one another.