Did Emily Ratajkowski Break Up With Brad Pitt Over Pete Davidson? Well, at least that’s what the new rumor says. Just recently, fans were shocked after news broke that the model was dating the SNL star. Emily divorced her husband Sebastian Bear-McClard after he cheated on her.
Rumors arose that she and Pitt were seeing each other as the two were set to date again. However, it was also said that the actor wanted to keep things casual because of Angelina Jolie. A report suggested that Brad believed that if things got serious between her and the model, Jolie would talk him down in front of their children.
However, soon after, Emily Ratajkowski was spotted kissing a mystery man, squashing Brad Pitt dating rumors. Now she and Pete Davidson are said to be a thing, even the SNL star recently broke up with Kim Kardashian. However, an insider claims the model broke up with the Fight Club actor because of the comedian.
According to In Touch Weekly, a source claimed that before Emily Ratajkowski and Pete Davidson started dating, the model was spending a lot of time with Brad Pitt. “They were hot and heavy. Emily even spent a lot of time at Brad’s new mansion. Neighbors said she and Brad would have candle-lit dinners, and some even said they saw the couple snorkeling in the ocean,” the source said.
“But Brad wasn’t ready to commit to a new relationship, so Emily kept her options open,” they added. “Since he wasn’t ready to be exclusive with her, Emily told him she wanted to take a break – via text. She dumped him for Pete,” the insider said.
They also said that now Emily Ratajkowski only focuses on Pete Davidson. “Emily is well aware that Pete has a way with the ladies. This hasn’t put Emily off. If anything, her dating history has intrigued her. Emily thinks Pete is hot and more suited at his age than Brad Pitt,” the insider said.
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