Twinning in Love: Bella Thorne and Boyfriend Wear Matching Outfits on Red Carpet

Bella Thorne and her rapper boyfriend Mod Sun stepped out wearing matching blue ensembles

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Bella Thorne stepped out with her rapper boyfriend Mod Sun on Thursday night wearing matching blue ensembles. Thorne, 21, and Sun, 32, were decked out from head to toe in the clothing brand MCM for a red carpet in honor of the brand’s latest store opening.

The duo wore matching bright blue jackets. Sun accessorized with a blue bandana, white jeans and an oversized fanny pack, while Thorne opted for a white baseball cap and lime green heels.

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Mod Sun and Bella Thorne. Gregg DeGuire/WireImage
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In October, Thorne confirmed to the Los Angeles Times that she was dating both Sun and YouTuber Tana Mongeau in an open relationship.Then, in late February, Thorne revealed that she and Mongeau, 20, had called it quits after dating for a little over a year.

“Tana and I aren’t together anymore, pls stop asking. We love U guys,” Thorne shared on Twitter.

Mongeau also shared the news, writing, “i love her forever don’t get that twisted. she changed my life forever. don’t rly wanna talk on it.”

Mongeau reassured fans that there is no bad blood between the former couple.

“There’s no negativity at all,” she tweeted.

The news of their split came less than a month after Thorne raved about her open relationship with Sun and Mongeau to Gay Times for their February 2019 issue.

“I don’t think anybody will really understand the bonds that I share with Mod or Tana,” Thorne told the outlet. “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.”

“It’s not a gay or straight box,” the actress continued. “It’s this middle in-between world that nobody can put in a box, which makes them so mad. People are so mad that they can’t put it in a box, can’t explain it and can’t see how it works that they hate on it.”

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