"I think what Regina and I—you know, we had been together for several years before people realized we were together.
So unfortunately, our breakup got more coverage than our being together, and that kind of sucked 'cause we spent so much time trying to keep it out of the public eye, and then the breakup was so much in the public eye.
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Actors Malcolm Jamal Warner and "Southland" star Regina King are on the outs..it seems like it was Malcolm's decision.
” As exclusively reported, King and Warner broke up in 2013 after more than two years of dating. She's still really disappointed that it ended and with how he did it," a source told Us at the time.
"They knew each other forever and then out of nowhere he dumped her. Then he actually sent me flowers that said, ‘I still love you’ and I threw the flowers in the trash and he was upset that I threw them in the trash and I was like, ‘F—k you.’” She continued: "I love flowers but he thought that was right. " PHOTOS: Emmys 2015 men in tuxes King didn't get upset about the past Sunday night.
After over two years of dating, Malcolm-Jamal Warner has split with girlfriend Regina King, a source confirms to Us Weekly -- and it wasn't the most amicable of partings.
"He said he wasn't feeling it anymore," the source adds, explaining that Warner, 42, asked King and her young son (with ex-husband Ian Alexander Jr.) to move out of the house they shared.
Malcolm-Jamal Warner split with Regina King, his partner of two-plus years.
One of Hollywood's most fab & under the radar couples, Malcolm Jamal Warner and Regina King, have split.
The two were notoriously tightlipped about their relationship while they were together.
Both Warner and King were child stars on NBC in the 1980s when Warner starred on “The Cosby Show” and King was on “227.” They had been friends since that time, and started dating quietly in 2011.
"I've been so busy with work and my girlfriends are like, 'Do you think a man is just gonna go knock on the door, like, 'I'm here! ' And I think I wish he would, but I have to make that more of a priority.""I don't understand," Williams replied. "Can he be the plumber or does he have to own the plumbing company?