Ronnie Ortiz-Magro and Saffire Matos have seemingly confirmed they’ve split and called off their engagement.
The “Jersey Shore” star hinted about it on Wednesday when he posted a cryptic message via his Instagram Story.
“A WRONG partner will find you in peace and leave you in pieces,” the message, a quote from @advice, read. “A RIGHT [partner] will find you in pieces and lead you to peace.”
As for Matos, she further alluded to the breakup when she recently engaged in a conversation with an Instagram user who commented on her latest IG Reel, “Are you even with Ronnie anymore.”
A second person replied, “Doubt it…looks like she got her 15 minutes and gapped it,” which prompted Matos to chime in.
“I was engaged 15 mins boooo boo I’ve been around for three years taking care of someone. Mind your business 💜,” the Staten Island native responded.
The original commenter then argued that “no one knew” who the brunette beautician was before she and Magro, 36, went public with their romance in October 2020. The two went on to get engaged in June 2021.
“I don’t care what people know me for I wasn’t there to get known I was there to build a family period,” she fired back. “Stop thinking everyone wants fame! I want a future not publicity.”
Magro and Matos have since unfollowed each other on Instagram and wiped their respective accounts of any photos together.
Reps for the on-again, off-again pair did not immediately respond to Page Six’s requests for comment.
On Wednesday, The Sun reported that the couple ended their engagement and relationship about three weeks ago.
“They were fighting like crazy in early June and called it quits by the middle of the month,” a source alleged to the outlet, adding that Matos “moved out of Ronnie’s home in Los Angeles and back to the east coast in mid-June.”
Magro – who shares a 4-year-old daughter with ex-girlfriend Jen Harley – was arrested in April 2021 after an alleged domestic violence altercation. At the time, he was on probation related to a 2020 domestic violence charge from an incident with Harley.
While the details of the alleged altercation remain unclear, Matos seemed to defend him at the time, calling reports about what went down that night “misleading.”