Maybe DJ Khaled's "They Don't Love You No More" is more of a reflection of the times than we thought. 2014 has been a year for blockbuster tours, old-school reunions and plenty of drama. Whether it's the ongoing rumors of the demise of hip-hop's golden couple, Jay Z and Beyonce, or the public mess that became T.I.'s relationship with Tiny, love hasn't really been in the air in the rap world this year. For every French Montana/Khloe Kardashian hookup, or Kanye West/Kim Kardashian marriage, we've seen the ongoing and sad fallout of Master P's marriage, or rumors of Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon selling their house.

But with the news of Future and Ciara calling off their engagement just months after the birth of their baby boy, Future Zahir—and this following on the heels of yesterday's news of Tyga and Blac Chyna's breakup—it seems like Love And Hip-Hop is just a reality show after all. With love no longer in the air, here are nine hip-hop relationships that came to an end this year. Don't forget to send roses.


French Montana and Trina

French and Trina were reportedly so serious that the two were living together in New Jersey up until earlier this year. That's when French moved out to L.A. to begin working on his followup to Excuse My French, and where he apparently met Khloe Kardashian, who herself was fresh off her divorce from former NBA player Lamar Odom. Since then, the two had been spotted at nightclubs and restaurants around the country until they finally confirmed their relationship in recent weeks, leaving Trina to fume about lost love.


Big Sean and Naya Rivera

Everything seemed so beautiful for this young power couple, with Sean's last album, Finally Famous, including multiple declarations of love and happiness (although one song, "Ashley," was dedicated to his former long-term girlfriend). But things came to a crashing halt in April when, after rumors of cheating from both sides and a lot of finger pointing, Sean called off their engagement after only six months. The rumors flew from there—that Sean had cheated with a Glee cast member, that Rivera was set to be fired from the show, that she was controlling—but the real slap in the face came last month, when Rivera got married, allegedly on the same date and in the same dress as she had planned to with Sean, to Glee co-star Ryan Dorsey.


Game and Tiffney Cambridge

This has been a long saga, and has gotten sadder as it's gone along. After getting engaged, then calling off their engagement, then getting back together and breaking up several times in the past few years, the wheels seemed to completely come off in Game's relationship with Tiffney Cambridge this April after Cambridge filed for a restraining order against the former G-Unit soldier after a reported domestic violence allegation. Game penned an open letter, claiming she wouldn't let him see his kids, and Cambridge responded in a video interview as the tragic soap opera played out in public.


Drake and Rihanna

The two superstars had been spotted on dates and holding hands throughout the beginning part of the year, but they reportedly went their separate ways in May after numerous fights due to Drake being "too in love with her," according to US Weekly. They've been on and off for a few years now, and with both having such busy schedules, it wouldn't be a stretch to see them back together and back apart another few times moving forward. But for now, the two are staying apart.


Ma$e and Twyla Betha

This one has been a long time coming. After being separated for two years, the couple—together since 2001—finalized their divorce in June, with custody of the children handed over to Twyla. This came after Ma$e's church reportedly called him out for living a blasphemous lifestyle and preaching about the value of marriage while his own was falling apart around him. The month prior to their divorce, Ma$e even apparently barred Twyla from his church services due to a DUI. Maybe the couple should have read a few of their marriage help books?


Young Joc and Alexandria Robinson

Would've been pretty easy to see this one coming if you were a regular viewer of Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta. Joc and his wife had been separated since February 2012, but after the Atlanta rapper went on the reality show with new girlfriend Karlie Redd (pictured above) and laid his relationship out for the world to see, Robinson filed for divorce in July, with adultery the official reason for ending the couple's 13-year marriage. Lesson learned?


Chris Brown and Karrueche Tran

It's the relationship that seemed like it went on forever. How many times did they get back together? It's hard to keep track. But even after Tran held him down through his prison bids earlier this year and his repeated dalliances with ex-girlfriend Rihanna, Brown reportedly dumped his ride or die chick earlier this month. Finger pointing soon followed, with Tran calling him "immature, like a child," while Brown fired back with claims that Tran had been sending photos to other guys while the two were together. The interviews she gave about their relationship didn't help, either.


Tyga and Blac Chyna

No matter how you felt about this couple, their breakup, announced yesterday, is pretty sad. The two seemed genuinely in love with each other, and most importantly, had an incredibly adorable child, King Cairo, who isn't yet two years old. After first getting together in 2011, the couple eventually got engaged, only to have rumors of infidelity undermine their relationship in recent months. Even as recently as a couple months ago Tyga was defending Chyna's honor, getting into a heated war of words and diss records with XXL Freshman Lil Durk, after Durk tossed an innocent line about Blac Chyna into a track and Tyga asked him to remove it. Alas, there goes another one.


Future and Ciara

Love really is dead, you guys. Just months after the birth of their beautiful baby boy, rumors of cheating and infidelity led to Ciara breaking off her engagement with Future after 10 months. This after Ciara gave an interview to E! last month talking about how excited she was for her impending wedding. They really don't love you no more, huh? We really believed in this one, too.


French Montana and Khloe Kardashian

That's right, the other Kardashian. After her split from Lamar Odom, Khloe was just looking for a fun time, and French—fresh off his own breakup from Trina—was just the right person for it. The two shot a music video together, were spotted at clubs in L.A. and New York, and seemed altogether happy until they called it quits in early September. Tough break for French, who was reportedly not taking it very well and couldn't "accept" Khloe's decision to break things off.


Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon

It's always sad when kids are involved, much less twins. But Cannon confirmed in August that the couple, who had been married since 2008, had been living separately for months before they officially began the divorce process. Rumors swirled that Mariah was less than pleased about Cannon talking about his sex life in radio interviews, and that he wasn't home more with the kids. But we won't know for sure for a while, as Carey apparently throttled Cannon with a gag order surrounding the situation.


Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose

This one hurts. Earlier today, TMZ reported that Amber filed for divorce from Wiz after a year of marriage. The couple have a kid together, named Sebastian, and truly seemed like they were in love. But nothing lasts forever, even cold November rain.