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Milian: Lil Wayne is very sweet

Published 25/04/2015

Christina Milian
Christina Milian

Christina Milian has opened up about her feelings for rapper Lil Wayne, even though she had denied they were dating in the past.

The 33-year-old singer-and-reality TV star is said to have sparked a romantic relationship with the 32-year-old rapper several months ago.

Although Christina had previously denied she and Lil Wayne are dating, she absolutely gushed over him during a recent interview.

“We’re actually very much alike and that’s the beautiful thing about it,” she told Mad Max TV of her relationship with Wayne. “You just actually don’t imagine that [right] out the gate, our similarities — we’re two very passionate people, about life, about family, about our hard work, about what we love, about music. He’s a fantastic person. Very, very sweet.”

Christina remains in awe over just how many things they have in common.

She feels their relationship might even have somehow been ordained by the stars.

“We’re a day and a year part as far as our birthdays, so I feel like even just being a little bit older and just the closeness of being Libras…I feel like I know him through myself,” the songstress explained. “It’s kinda been proven, personally, between us, that that is the case. We get along perfectly.”

The interviewer then asked Christina about Wayne’s ex Karrine Steffans.

And the Dip It Low hitmaker wasn’t too interested in broaching that subject.

“The thing with that situation is, I feel like that name shouldn’t even be in the category or in the same sentence as my name,” Christina said. “I feel like we’re two different levels.”

The singer’s reality television show Christina Milian Turned Up was recently renewed by E! network. Its second season will broadcast this fall.

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