"It's very simple: it just didn't work out. There is no anger involved," the rapper wrote on Twitter
“After two years of marriage, we have come to the loving conclusion that we are much better as friends. As entertainers, we have made every aspect of our lives public, yet we would appreciate your respect and privacy on this issue,” the duo wrote in a joint statement.
The exes also used the opportunity to set the record straight about their marriage, hitting back at rumors of infidelity or strife.
“It’s very simple: it just didn’t work out. There is no anger involved,” they continued. “No fighting, no cheating, no nothing. We love each other and will continue to support each other for the rest of our lives.”
Logic, 28, and Andrea also had loving words for his— fans and even words of support. “Don’t be sad,” he urged them. “Be happy that we could peacefully end this chapter of our relationship, beginning a new one full of love and happiness. There will be no displays of anger or hatred that tear people apart; the public will not be made to choose sides. There are no sides, there is just us.”
“Two people who loved each other in marriage and will continue to love each other for the rest of our lives,” he concluded, adding a smiley face.
Logic commented on Andrea’s Instagram post with “Best friends forever! I love you” and a heart emoji.
The duo were last pictured together in January at the Grammy Awards, where he was twice-nominated. The pair wed in October 2015 after two years of dating.
In February, Logic opened up about his wife to GQ while sharing details about his first tattoo that reads “Happy wife, happy life.”
“That s— is real. I actually got it before I got married. I just knew,” he said. “I loved the woman that I was with and I felt really good about that because as much success as you can have, or money and financially being stable, amassing fans, millions of people know who you are, it is all nothing without having someone to share it with.”
Back in May 2017, Logic told Billboard that he hoped to have three children with Andrea. The rapper’s latest album, Bobby Tarantino II, was released March 9, while his The Bobby Tarantino vs. Everybody Tour will kick off June 8 in Boston.
The rapper is set to perform at the University of Michigan next week to launch a campaign with The Steven Schwartzberg Foundation benefiting project 375 and BringChange2Mind to empower students to address issues of mental health.