Bella Thorne breaks up with boyfriend Mod Sun after row at Coachella

The two began dating about a year and a half ago and to many fans they seemed inseparable throughout their relationship


                            Bella Thorne breaks up with boyfriend Mod Sun after row at Coachella

Bella Thorne, popular for her roles in 'The Duff' and 'Midnight Sun' has broken up with her boyfriend Mod Sun. The actor took to Instagram to share the same. She shared a picture of herself with Mod Sun in the background as the two posed for a selfie and she captioned the picture taken last month at Carnegie Hall, "I will always love you. All good things must come to an end." 



 

The two spent the Coachella weekend together and according to a source quoted by the Daily Mail, the breakup happened after the couple had a row. They fought in front of other guests at the VIP section following a performance of The 1975 on Friday night. 



 

The two began dating about a year and a half ago and to many fans they seemed inseparable throughout their relationship. One of the fans, Valeriaramons, commented on the post, "I seriously thought you guys were going to be together forever." Another fan, Kiermelanin commented, "Please tell me you're joking :( all of my favorite couples celebrity and non celebrity keep breaking up :(".

Their relationship was also unconventional as Thorne and Mod Sun were in a polyamorous relationship with Tana Mongeau, a social media influencer. Speaking about this relationship, Thorne had earlier told the New York Post, "It’s definitely really intriguing and quite beautiful that you can open yourself up to have this kind of fluid relationship between three or four or five or however many people." This, however, ended in February 2019. 

Earlier in the year, before things ended with Mongeau, Thorne opened up about being in a polyamorous relationship to the Gay Times, "I don’t think anybody will really understand the bonds that I share with Mod or Tana. Yeah, we joke around about poly, but we aren’t in the sense that we don’t put a word, a box or label too many things. It is what it is." She added, "In this world, it’s like you’re either gay or you’re straight; there’s no in between. If you f— a guy once, you must be gay. Like, what? No. That’s just being fluid."