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Gay couple announce their break up in ‘Just a Friend’ parody

Blaremy chronicle their love story in rap video

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(Screenshot via Facebook.)

Jeremy Wetmore Spann and Blake Larson announced they are ending their relationship of seven years with a rap song to the tune of Biz Markie’s, “Just a Friend.”

The couple chronicles their love story from meeting as fraternity brothers at Arizona State to buying their first house together. But eventually, their differences became too apparent.

“As we grew our paths moved in different directions. Started to question, is you really the one?” the couple raps. “When I ask you your dream house you say a high-rise, I’m like hold up, where’s the white picket fence on the side? You wanna travel the world and have brunch in Brussels, I wanna settle down and put together some puzzles.”

They vow to stay friends and acknowledge that they had a good run.

“Now our seven-year story’s been told. That’s a pretty good run for some homosexuals,” the rap continues.

The break-up video has received more than 10,000 views on Facebook.

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