Big Sean Is Making Major Claims About His History With Jhené Aiko

He made her do what?

6 Facts About Jhené Aiko And Her Relationship With Big Sean Instagram

Singer Jhené Aiko's new single "None of Your Concern" has fans asking a lot of questions about her relationship with rapper Big Sean, particularly in regard to his self-proclaimed status as a man who absolutely knows how to please a woman in bed.

The latest collab between the on-again off-again couple features deeply ... personal lyrics, leading many to ask if the two are back together.

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In the closing verse, Sean proclaims, "I made you [orgasm] nine times in one day/Your two lips should come in a vase, you rode my face."

So, are the two back together?

Let's look at what we know about Jhené Aiko and the rumors of her potentially rekindled relationship with Big Sean.

1. Her mixed ethnicity made it hard for her to fit in as a kid

Jhené (pronounced Juh-nay) Aiko Efuru Chilombo, 31, was born on March 16, 1988 in Los Angeles to father, Karamo Chilombo, is a pediatrician of Native American, African-American, German-American and Jewish descent, and mother, Christina Yamamoto, is of Spanish, Dominican and Japanese descent. She's said that no cliques accepted her at school due to her mixed ethnicity, so she asked to be homeschooled insteaded.


She had four older full siblings, including sisters Mila J and Miyoko and brothers Jahi and Miyagi, as well as three paternal half-sisters, Kareena, Dio and Marcia. Tragically, she lost her brother Miyagi, who died of cancer in July of 2012 at the age of just 26, and for whom she wrote the song "For My Brother."

2. She been working in the music industry since she was a pre-teen

Her musical career began in 2002, contributing vocals to several recordings for boy band B2K, which featured Chris Stokes, Lil' Fizz, J-Boog, Raz-B and Omarion.

At 16, she asked to be released from her contract to focus on school. Soon after enrolling in college, her plans for returning to music were put on hold when she found out she was pregnant. Daughter Namiko Love Brown, who father is Omarion's brother and fellow R&B singer O'Ryan, was born in 2008.

Her profile on the website for promotion company AMF captures her nature beautifully:


"I signed to Epic/TUG as a 12 year old child, and asked to be released from both companies at the age of 16 to finish high school. I escaped the made up world of Hollywood to experience the natural beauty of the real world. I am a writer, so I never stopped writing. I am a singer, so I never stopped singing. I am a student of life, so I never stopped learning and experiencing.

"Shortly before I conceived my daughter, I stepped back into the field and took a meeting with a label head. In this meeting, I was innocently told, to sell myself when walking into these meetings. That’s when I decided I would sail my self rather than sell my self."

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3. She's a proud vegan

Aiko received PETA's Sexiest Vegan Award in 2016, which she celebrated by posing nude for the animal rights organization's infamous "Drop the Fur" ad campaign.


She's said she "began the lifestyle after being hospitalized and told that her eating habits had been unhealthy."

4. Big Sean's dated Ariana Grande before — and after — his relationship with Aiko

Aiko and Sean, whose real name is Sean Michael Leonard Anderson, first collaborated on 2013 track "Beware", also featuring Lil Wayne. At the time, Aiko was dating producer Dot Da Genius and Sean was in a relationship with actress Naya Rivera. Sean moved on to date Ariana Grande for a few months, while Aiko got married — and then divorced three years later, which is when the two finally got together.

Rumors first surfaced the two had broken up around December of 2018, when it was revealed that Aiko had covered up her tattoo of Big Sean. They didn't confirm their breakup until March 2019, right after it was revealed that he'd been hanging out again with Ariana Grande.

It stands to mention just a few months earlier, on November 30, 2018, the video for Grande's hit "Thank u, next" premiered with a not-at-all subtle message to Sean: "So cute. So sweet. (Could still get it)."


Ariana Grande 'Thank u, next' screenshot

So it's little surprise that many believe this line from Aiko and Big Sean's new song is Aiko's hat tip back to Grande:

"I've been hearin' things and seeing things and so it seems you movin' on from me/Of course you on the scene with little miss thing, and trust me she really don't want beef."

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4. Aiko threw a little shade to Big Sean in song lyrics, but he wasn't mad about it

In May, Aiko released the song "Triggered," which fans assumed was a diss track about Big Sean, given lyrics such as these:

"Knew from the beginning
You'd ruin everything, you do it every time
You are my enemy, you are no friend of mind"

Aiko has insisted the song was not a diss, and for his part, friends said, "Sean is not upset about Jhene’s song. She let him hear it in advance and he has nothing but love for the song and for her."

5. So, are Big Sean and Jhené Aiko back together?

Now that the old flames have released such an intimate song together, rumors are abounding that the on-again, off-again couple may be on once again.


TMZ even captured photos of the two getting cozy at upscale restaurant Geoffrey's in Malibu this past weekend,.

Neither has officially confirmed or denied the rumors as of yet, but the outlet reports that as Aiko was "sitting on Sean's lap at one point as they looked out at the ocean on the restaurant's patio deck ... [he was] holding her pretty tenderly. too."

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Bernadette Giacomazzo is an editor, writer, and photographer whose work has appeared in People, Teen Vogue, Us Weekly, The Source, XXL, HipHopDX, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Post, and more. She is also the author of The Uprising series.