Our hearts are breaking over this social media celeb split!
But, Miz Ballinger stressed that her former flame didn't wrong her in any way, adding:
Instead, the singer clarified that they ultimately weren't a good fit together:
We can't say we're surprised.
On Monday, Will Smith was announced as one of Muhammad Ali's pallbearers for the late boxer's memorial service. In case you forgot, the A-lister was nominated for an Oscar for his role depicting the American athlete in the 2001 film Ali. Fierce.
As you surely know, the heavyweight champion died on June 4 after seeking medical attention for respiratory complications at a Phoenix-area hospital. A family spokesperson has since noted that the icon's death was caused due to "septic shock" from "unspecified natural causes."
Nonetheless, Will's involvement in Ali's memorial service comes mere days after the Concussion actor mourned his idol on Facebook. He posted:
That's when Chrissy Teigen decided to chime in:
@johnlegend from what? trolling isn't a job (I've tried)
— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) June 5, 2016
The 51-year-old tried to fire back hours later… but that clearly didn't work:
It's a relief to know that Muhammad Ali's adoring fans will have the opportunity to pay their respects.
Just a few days after Muhammad passed away after a longtime battle with Parkinson's disease and other ailments, the boxing champ's spokesperson Bob Gunnell came forward to reveal his memorial details.
According to Bob, the icon's memorial is set for this Friday and will be open to the public. To accommodate the athlete's insane amount of supporters, the service will take place at the KFC Center in Louisville, Kentucky and will also stream live online.
In Gunnell's official statement, he revealed:
There have been a lot of reactions from both celebs and athletes, but on Monday morning, Muhammad's daughter Laila Ali stopped by Good Morning America to share something more personal.
She revealed her final moments with him!
The former heavy weight champion's daughter, who is is a retired and undefeated boxer, opened up about her father's strength, her admiration for his achievements, and her kids' relationships with their late grandfather.
Ch-ch-check out Laila opening up about her father on GMA (below):
This is so sweet.
After Muhammad Ali's passing last night, stories are coming forward about the legend and his amazing life, and celebs across the spectrum are paying their respects.
Now, we are hearing more about the man in the final years of his life.
TMZ Sports talked to George Foreman about Ali, and the fellow boxer shared a very poignant story about spending time with the champ last year — what would turn out to be the last time the two boxers would spend together.
The sports world has lost a legend.
Boxing great Muhammad Ali passed away Friday at 74 years old from respiratory complications.
On Thursday, the fighting champ was hospitalized due to the issues. While a spokesman initially said in a statement that the acclaimed athlete was in fair condition and wouldn't be staying in the medical facility for very long, his ailment was reportedly complicated by his Parkinson's disease.
The sports star has suffered with the disease for three decades.
The Kentucky native was a true icon in the boxing world, amassing a professional record of 56 wins and five losses, and was only knocked out once.
The three-time World Heavyweight Champion was even nicknamed "The Greatest" because of his impressive legacy.
Our hearts are with everyone affected by this tragic loss.
[Image via AP Images.]