Celebrity couples come and go, sometimes so fast we forget that they were even together. Rappers are no exception to the rule, so we’ve decided to freshen your memory with some really random rap couples that you probably forgot about.
He’s known as part of popular ’80s rap duo Kid’n Play. She will always be remembered for her role as Lisa McDowell, from the comedic classic Coming To America. After a year together the pair got married in 1993, but divorced two years later.
This pair turned heads when they showed up at the 2003 VMAs hand in hand, but their relationship ended as quickly as it started. Although it’s been some time since they broke up, earlier this year Vivica referred to Curtis as “the love of my life.”
After the city of New Orleans was devastated by Hurricane Katrina, Cash Money relocated their operation to Miami. Wayne soon began dating the “Diamond Princess,” and the two were even engaged at one point. They never ended up walking down the aisle, but they did form a union on wax for this down south club favorite.
Lil Scrappy has been trying to balance Love & Hip Hop far before the show’s existence. He dated former Crime Mob member Diamond for some years, before their relationship ended on a sour note. Soon after their split, Diamond began dating Love & Hip Hop Hollywood’s Soulja Boy.
One of rap’s first power couples, Treach and Pepa’s both enjoyed major success as members of seminal rap groups. They officially tied the knot in 1999, but the good times wouldn’t last as the couple filed for divorce in 2001.
Mase and Brandy were both the hottest acts in music when their 1998 collab “Top of the World” dropped. Brandy hasn’t spoken much about their brief relationship, but Mase has alluded to his short time with the R&B singer on a few tunes, including “Check Cleared”.
These two shortly became an item after Monica cut ties with her former boyfriend — rapper Rocko. Many probably remember Young Buck’s cameo in Monica’s video for “U Should’ve Known Better.”
Young love was in the air when these two got together for Bow Wow’s platinum selling single, “Like You.” The young couple would eventually break up, and Bow Wow wouldn’t be the last rapper to make Ci-Ci wifey.
Before Swaggy P was in the picture, A$AP Rocky was the man in Iggy’s life. Iggy even got Rocky’s name tattooed on her as proof things were serious. For one reason or another, the relationship quickly ended and that tattoo vanished along with it.
This couple generally keeps a low profile, but had no problem announcing their engagement via Instagram for the world to see.