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Jordin Sparks, Jason Derulo, MTV VMA's 2014

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Jordin Sparks is through biting her tongue.

The singer just dropped a mixtape dubbed Bye Felicia where she gets very candid about her breakup with Jason Derulo.

In one track, a remix of Drake's "How Bout Now," the former American Idol alum appears to slam her former boyfriend of several years and claims that the "Talk Dirty" singer changed with fame.

Sparks starts out by singing, "Feeling like I have to get all of this off my chest. I know you are sitting there thinking ‘What is she going to do next?' 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."

Derulo has spoken about how Sparks nursed him after he broke his neck, telling E! in 2013 (when they were together) that "Jordin was very instrumental in my recovery," and adding "That situation brought us very close because I think it takes a very special person to drop everything they've got going on in their life, especially someone of her caliber, to come and aide me. That was really special."

Now back to the song...

Sparks continued, "You thought you had it all figured out back then boy, how 'bout now? 'Cause I'm up right now and you suck right now. You thought that little effort that you put in was enough boy how 'bout now?"

But her war of words didn't end there…Sparks added that Derulo was "mommy's little angel" before his "head blew up [and] then you started changing."

"Can't believe all the things you started saying, like I'm with you for your fame and your name…Don't blow up my phone calling complaining, boy you tried it once."

E! News reported exclusively about their split after the two had been together for around three years.

Shortly after the two broke up, Derulo told a local radio news station that he broke up with the singer "over the phone," adding, "I wasn't in town."

He added, "You wanna remain friends, but man, that's hard, that's hard, that's hard. You know, like, I catch myself like, looking at her Instagram and seeing what she's doing and stuff...'cause I love her. You know what I'm saying? Like, I love her. You just don't fall out of love with somebody like that."