Their relationship…or time together doing whatever it was they were doing…occurred in 2000, and people even assumed that the second verse in the song “Lost Ones” was about Dawson (that was until Jay set the record straight in , saying the song was about Bey). Jay went on to date Beyoncé and Rosario, at the time, went on to date “Sex and the City” hunk Jason Lewis (who played Kim Cattrall’s young actor boo). Or maybe you watched that episode of “The Wendy Williams Show” where Henson confessed that she and Common did indeed date.
After their time working on the “Testify” video together, she and the uber-fine rapper tried to have a committed relationship, but it happened at the wrong time–in the midst of Common dealing with the death of friend, former roommate and producer J. Though things didn’t work out, they’re still cool as an ice cube.
And because all good stories involve a love triangle, another rumor claims both Jay and Dame were fighting for Aaliyah’s affections, which Dame ultimately won. “We developed a real friendship before [dating], but there was always apprehension because other people would try to get at her first.
This allegedly shot Jay’s sodium levels through the roof, and the house the men built with Kareem “Biggs” Burke came crashing down. So I had to, but then it was just like, ‘F*ck it.'” Dame and Aaliyah were still together when the singer was tragically killed in a plane crash in 2001.
The behind-the-scenes drama of the film is a stark contrast to Aaliyah’s polished, professional image.
Though she was only 22 when she died in a plane crash on August 25, 2001, Aaliyah accomplished more than most people could in a century.
And now she's the subject of a new buzzed about TV biopic...
The ones that you share with friends that get the, “WHAAAAAT!? There have been a flurry of both of those kinds of correspondences that started quietly and ended just as quiescent, and here are just a few we thought you might be nosey enough to want to know.
The two were allegedly set up after meeting at a party held by Will Smith–a BFF of Cruise.
The personal relationships of Aaliyah Dana Haughton have garnered attention since her death in 2001.
"Differences" was also written speaking about his relationship with the late singer.
In Hollywood, it seems that everyone dates everyone and relationships start and end as quickly as people change underwear.