Jersey Shore Star Ronnie Ortiz-Magro and Saffire Matos Call Off Engagement

The TV personality reportedly ‘continues to focus on his health, sobriety and the well-being of his daughter’ in the wake of his split from the New York-based lash technician.

AceShowbizRonnie Ortiz-Magro and Saffire Matos have gone their separate ways. If new reports are to be believed, the “Jersey Shore” star and his fiance have called off their engagement after one year.

Speaking of the breakup, a source told PEOPLE, “He’s in good spirits and dealing with it one day at a time.” The source added, “He continues to focus on his health, sobriety and the well-being of his daughter.”

Meanwhile, a separate insider revealed to E! News that Ronnie and Saffire have had “a pattern of breaking up and getting back together.” The insider went on to claim that the TV personality remains “level-headed” amid the latest split.

Both Ronnie and Saffire have yet to confirm their split. However, on July 6, the reality star reposted a series of cryptic quotes on his Instagram Stories. “Unfortunately, karma is gonna hit some of y’all for breaking people who had nothing but good intentions for you,” one quote read.

“I’m proud of my heart,” so read another post. “It’s been played, stabbed, cheated, burned and broken, but somehow still works.”

Ronnie began dating Saffire, who runs an eyelash bar in New York, in the autumn of 2020. He proposed to Saffire in June last year in front of his daughter Ariana and his family on the California coast.

Confirming the engagement, Ronnie gushed on Instagram, “I love you.” He went on to rave, “Thank you for sticking by my side through thick and thin! Til death do us part! #SheSaidYes.”

Less than two months prior to that, there was an altercation between the pair landed Ronnie in jail amid reports of physical abuse. Saffire later took to Instagram to dispute the “misleading” allegations.

Prosecutors at the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office declined to press charges against the reality TV star and the case was passed to the L.A. City Attorney’s Office.

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