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Michael Strahan, Nicole Murphy deny report they are broken up

Michael Strahan and Nicole Murphy are having success in their respective TV careers, but it sounds like their personal relationship is not going too well. The YBF reported on Wednesday that the two are currently broken up over cheating accusations.

Here’s their report:

We’re told that the two broke up over the weekend when Michael traveled back home L.A., where Nicole still lives, as Michael lives in New York during the week in order to tape “Live! With Kelly & Michael.”

Our source tells us Michael discovered inappropriate text messages in Nicole’s phone between her and someone named “London Taylor,” and Michael was anything but pleased.

A screaming match allegedly went down with accusations of cheating being thrown around. Another source close to the couple tells us that Nicole believes Michael could have jumped to these conclusions simply because he possibly could be doing the same thing in New York when Nicole is not there.

Strahan reportedly left LA for New York this week and told Nicole he needed a break.

When informed about the report, both denied it over Twitter:

Strahan and Murphy have been engaged since 2009. Murphy recently appeared in a music video for an artist named London Taylor, who could very well be the same person she was allegedly texting. Strahan was said to be upset with her appearance in the video, which is entitled “No Panties.” The music video is below:

Strahan played 15 seasons for the Giants, was a seven-time Pro Bowler, and won a Super Bowl with the team. After doing media work throughout his career, he got into acting in retirement and was named the permanent replacement for Regis Philbin on the newly branded “Live! with Kelly and Michael” on Sept. 4. He has been married twice and has four children from the previous relationships.

Murphy is a model who was married to Eddie Murphy from 1993-2006. She appears on the VH1 show “Hollywood Exes,” has a jewelry line, and still models. She and Eddie have joint custody over their five children.

We’re guessing that they’re denying the report because they want to keep their personal business private. We subscribe to the belief that where there’s smoke, there’s often fire.

H/T Black Sports Online


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