Jordin Sparks Buys Herself a New Jeep Wrangler Rubicon

Jordin Sparks released her first mixtape under her new label titled #ByeFelicia, on November 25, and also announced that her upcoming third studio album will soon be ready. With all that stuff going on, buying herself a new Jeep Wrangler Rubicon was the next natural step to do, especially that she won’t be driving the BMW she got from her ex, Jason Derulo, last Christmas.
Jordin Sparks' new Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 1 photo
Photo: Jordin Sparks on Instagram
Ever since she made her return to the music industry, last year, the Skipping a Beat singer has proved she means business. Sparks’ upcoming studio album, titled "Right here, Right Now", is scheduled for an early 2015 release. Her single “It Ain’t You”, was officially released digitally two weeks ago and the next day pre-orders for the future album were available on the singer’s official website.

While the 25-year old artist is busy staying successful, it would seem her private life is not doing that well. It was this September Sparks and rapper Jason Derulo have announced they’re braking up. It turns out the split was mutual, but they still care very deeply for each other and will remain in each other's lives as friends.

Point is they are not together anymore, which probably means she’s not willing to keep any assets that will remind her of the ex, such as that BMW Derulo got her for Christmas last year. It’s not clear what the beautiful singer is planning to do with the car, but that Wrangler sure looks rough and ready to off-road.

The No Air singer bought herself a new Jeep Wrangler Rubicon to celebrate her birthday, on December 22. Sure, she posted images of the new ride on Instagram, posing next to the car with quite a big smile on her face. No wonder she’s happy. After all, that 4x4 warrior is the result of a lot of hard work and plenty of long nights spent in the studio.
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