Jul 01, 2022
When did Jason Derulo and Jena Frumes break up?
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THE BREAKUP between Jason Derulo and Jena Frumes shocked fans as both parties traded claims on social media.
Jason made the announcement about their split a day after Jena shared a birthday message for the singer that didn’t suggest anything was amiss with the couple.2Jason Derulo and Jena Frumes called it quits after more than a year togetherCredit: Instagram When did Jason Derulo and Jena Frumes break up?
On September 23, 2021, Jason Derulo took to social media to reveal that he and girlfriend Jena Frumes went their separate ways.
The performer wrote on Twitter: "Jena and I have decided to part ways."
"She is an amazing mother but we feel being apart at this time will allow us to be the best versions of ourselves and the best parents we could be.”
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Several of the couple's followers tweeted their reactions as one user tweeted: “Please better be a prank."
Another person commented, “Oh my goodness you guys are so good together, I can't believe this is happening I feel so sad.”Why did Jason Derulo and Jena Frumes break up?
At the time, it was not immediately clear why the couple decided to call it quits.
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It previously read: "Happy birthday @jasonderulo! Blessed to share the same day of birth with my lover."
"You are the most handsome, hardworking, talented, silly, loving human ever."
"You truly make me whole and I'm so grateful for the love we share," she added.
Jena further shared: "You and our mini make me the happiest girl in the world and I can't wait to make more memories with you guys."2The former couple share one son together, Jason King Derulo, who they welcomed in May 2021Credit: Instagram
"I know I’m a tough cookie but you make me soft and accept me for who I am and I'm forever grateful for that. Cheers to another year! I love you so much, forever."
In March 2021, Jason and Jena announced they were expecting a child together, which they welcomed a couple of months later in May.
In November 2021, Jason told People that co-parenting with Jena is "amazing."
"It's a beautiful thing [that we can support each other], especially given our new relationship: co-parenting," Derulo said to People.
"We have an amazing relationship, and we don't care if we're confusing people about our situation because our situation is our situation."
The singer added: "We love [our son] more than anything, and his wellbeing is really important to us."
"I'm really attentive of her wellbeing as well, and I want her to be good. I care about her a lot. We have an amazing relationship, contrary to a lot of people's beliefs."
Jena took to Instagram on New Year's to post a video of the highlights of her year, captioning it: "What a year! Hello 2022."
The video included snapshots of Jason, their son, her pregnancy, and friends throughout the year.
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On Instagram, she said: "It's unfortunate my situation didn't work out because we once did aspire to be married, but maybe it's best to be single than in a relationship and constantly be disrespected and cheated on and lied to."
"Or is it better to stay and be quiet so people like you approve?"
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National News | House sends Biden massive tax, climate and health care bill to sign
(Bloomberg) — House Democrats delivered the final votes needed to send President Joe Biden a slimmed-down version of his tax, climate and drug price agenda, overcoming a year of infighting and giving themselves a cornerstone achievement to campaign on for the November congressional election.
The legislation passed the House Friday on a party line 220-207 vote. Biden tweeted that he would sign it next week.
The bill passed the Senate on a 51 to 50 vote on Sunday with Vice President Kamala Harris breaking the tie, and Speaker Nancy Pelosi could not afford more than a few defections with the slim Democratic majority in the House. Given the high stakes, Biden personally called lawmakers to ensure support in the House throughout the week, a White House official said.
In the end, Democrats voted unanimously for the bill even though the spending is far less than the $10 trillion measure progressives like New York’s Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez initially pushed. It also doesn’t raise the $10,000 limit on the deduction for state and local tax, or SALT, which moderates from high-tax states demanded.
In the end the bill spends about $437 billion on climate, health subsidies and drought relief while raising about $740 billion in revenue over ten years. The non-partisan Congressional Budget Office estimated an earlier version of the bill cuts deficits over ten years by $102 billion, a figure that rises to $300 billion when revenue from expanded tax audits is factored in.
Whether the bill helps Democrats retain their House majority remains to be seen. The party hopes its core voters are mobilized by the largest climate change bill in US history while seniors cheer the coming of lower drug costs.
“I’ve been prepared to win the midterms all along. It depends on getting out the vote. This probably could be helpful. I don’t know,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said this week. “But I do know it will be helpful to America’s working families and that’s our purpose.”
Independent studies project the bill would have a limited impact on inflation despite the name Democrats gave it. A new Penn Wharton study of the bill found that it would reduce inflation by 0.1 percentage points after five years and have no impact after 2028. In the near term, effects would have upward pressure on inflation but be “too small” to be measured by the government.
For middle-class Obamacare enrollees and seniors with expensive prescription drugs the effect will be most immediate.
Republicans argue that imposing new taxes on business could worsen a looming recession likely to be provoked by the Federal Reserve raising interest rates to fight inflation. GOP lawmakers, who blame historic inflation on last year’s stimulus bill, argue the bill’s tax credits for pricey electric vehicles are a giveaway to the upper-middle class while the drug provision stifles innovation in the pharmaceutical industry.
“Democrats are desperate for any win, even one that slows the economy and crushes businesses” Republican Representative Kevin Brady of Texas said.
He said the GOP will work to repeal the tax increases and drug price changes if the party wins the House next year and try to shift the additional IRS funding in the bill toward customer service rather than ramped up auditing.
Democrats said they will seek to pass elements of Biden’s social agenda that did not make it in to the final version of the bill next year if they keep the House and expand their Senate majority. They said they will once again try to expand Medicare and Medicaid, boost child tax credits and childcare subsidies and provide paid family leave. On Friday Ways and Means Chairman Richard Neal said Democrats will also look to raise the corporate tax rate and top individual tax rate paid by the wealthy next year.
Key effects on business in the bill that passed the House include:
- A 15% minimum tax on corporations with over $1 billion in revenue, with exceptions made for accelerated depreciation and for subsidiaries of private equity staring in 2023. Raises $222 billion.
- A 1% excise tax on stock buybacks, effective Jan. 1, to raise $74 billion.
- An $80 billion boost to the Internal Revenue Service budget to hire more agents, upgrade technology in order to boost revenue collection
- An extension of loan loss limitation tax breaks from the Trump tax package
- New Superfund taxes on oil companies
- Drug prices negotiated by Medicare for the first time, with tax penalty imposed on drug companies failing to abide by new price. Price negotiations begin in 2026 with 10 high priced drugs. Penalties imposed for price increases in sales to Medicare.
- A $2,000 per year cap on out-of-pocket costs for seniors enrolled in a Medicare drug plan
- Approximately $374 billion in energy and climate-related provisions including tax incentives for green energy projects, a $7,500 tax credit for purchasing new electric vehicles and $4,000 credit for used EVs. Limits imposed on supply chain sourcing for EVs that qualify
- A three-year extension of subsidies for Obamacare premiums, preventing expiration of subsidies in 2023.
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