Jordin Sparks' New Remix Goes In On Jason Derulo

While until now it hasn't been totally clear why Jordin Sparks and Jason Derulo ended their three-year relationship two months ago, it looks like we might finally have Sparks' side of the story — in the rawest form possible. In a new remix of Drake's song "How About Now," Jordin Sparks calls out Jason Derulo and their break up, citing various relationship problems that led to their relationship's demise. It's definitely a different side of the singer than we've seen before, and, despite still being pretty sad that Sparks and Derulo are no longer together after so long, I've gotta say: Releasing this song was pretty boss.

In the remix, which appears on Sparks' mixtape #BYEFELICIA, Sparks goes in on Derulo, even mentioning how the couple dealed with a neck injury he suffered back in 2012: "Remember I deleted all my other guys' numbers out my phone for ya? / Remember when you broke your neck and I had to wash your back for ya? You probably don't remember half of the s--t that I did for ya." Ouch. That's gotta burn, Derulo.

Sparks also mentions the end of their relationship, even more harshly: "Can’t believe all the things you started saying / Like I’m with you for your fame and your name." Considering how Derulo acted after their split went public — aka, going on Ryan Seacrest's radio show and talking all about how they're no longer on good terms — I can't say Sparks was out of line by blatantly calling out Derulo in this remix.

You can check out the remix below. #BYEFELICIA is available to listen in full right here.