All the while remaining adamant that his single status is just that. When asked if he thought Hall had a special guy in her life, he added, "I don't know. "It was just like you know point blank just friends," he said. I'm single, so you know."way, Common keeps the peace with his exes. "It's all love."As a recent example, when his former flame Serena Williams appeared in Beyoncé's music video for "Sorry," he paid her a compliment."She's funny, super cool, beautiful."However, the co-hosts taunted him further when they mentioned that Hall said she "had a man" when she was on the show. "I tell her she look good, like 'Yo, you snapped in that!His rap career, meanwhile, started in his cousin's home in Cincinnati and continued in high school when he formed a trio called C. on Wednesday, including false allegations that he wrote his track "Lovestar" about her."That's just my people—that's just my buddy," he said during the radio interview. (born March 13, 1972), better known by his stage name Common (formerly Common Sense), is an American hip hop recording artist, actor, poet and film producer from Chicago, Illinois.
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Prior to their relationship blossoming, Common had toyed around with the idea of his 2014 album Nobody’s Smiling being his last full-length release.
But once he and Hall fell in love, he started recording songs including his latest single, Love Star, featured on his upcoming album ‘Something about this relationship has completed him.
The two have remained friendly over the years, even sparking reconciliation rumors last year when Williams shared a cuddly photo on Instagram.
Williams was most recently linked to Formula 1 star Lewis Hamilton.