[photogallerylink id=34109 align=left]After three years of hush-hush dating, Melanie Fiona and boyfriend, CSI:Miami’s Adam Rodriguez, have called it quits. Fiona has mentioned that he was her muse for majority of the heartbreak related material on her new album ‘The MF Life’.
Some of these heartbreak like lyrics include: “Where were you when I needed a friend?” from ‘Wrong Side of a Love Song’
and “It’s 4 am and my lover won’t answer. He’s probably somewhere with a dancer, sipping champagne while I’m in his bed,” from “4 AM…”
Little did we know these words were inspired from the hottie in the ‘It Kills Me’ music video.
In a recent interview with The Breakfast Club, Fiona was asked, “What happened to you?”
The same thing that happened to you and the girl down the street. Love somebody. He’s not a good dude. Shows you one side of him, gets comfortable and starts going back to his old ways. He doesn’t want to admit that he’s possibly ready to be the man he presented himself to be but kind of wants to string you along. By that time, you’re already fully engulfed in love and you’re doing all these foolish things for love.
Pretty much, you just get to that point where you are so in love with somebody that you are just willing to accept all of the things that they do to you. It’s really not okay and I know that I consider myself to be a strong intelligent woman. So when emotions get the best of you, it’s really hard to break that cycle but when you do, then you got to find strength in it and put it in music. You let other people know that you’re not immune to it.
She was also asked what the breaking point of the relationship was and shot back with another strong answer:
The minute I don’t feel like I’m respected as an equal in that relationship. That’s a wrap.
Nevertheless, the New York Post reports that Adam Rodriguez knows about her heartbreak songs but it’s impossible for the lyrics to be referring to him because they were written months ago when, according to a rep, “they were very happy together.”
Watch the couple in Fiona’s music video for “It Kills Me”