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Jordin Sparks hits out at Jason Derulo in her new song!

2014-11-26 17:55

Los Angeles - Jordin Sparks has taken a swipe at her ex-boyfriend Jason Derulo in a song.

The 24-year-old beauty appears to take aim at her former lover, with whom she had a three-year relationship that ended in September, in her latest remix of Drake's song, How About Now.

Jordin discusses looking after Jason, 25, in the aftermath of him suffering a neck injury in 2012, singing: "Feeling like I have to get all of this off my chest / I know you are sitting there thinking 'What is she going to do next?"

She took to social media to share the release of the song and highlight the main parts that seem to be directed at Jason.

Since splitting earlier this year, Jason has conceded that they're not on particularly friendly terms.

Jordin, meanwhile, has remained quiet about their failed relationship for the most part.

But shortly after announcing their split, Jordin said: "I'm good actually. I read this quote yesterday, and it said, 'When something unexpected happens in your life, or you think something bad happens, just say 'Plot twist!' and move on.'"

Listen to the full track here:

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