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From Pretty Boys To Bad Boys To Femme Women, Bella Thorne Dates And Doesn’t Discriminate

Bella Thorne has dated quite a lot of famous men… and women. In this article we give you a detailed list of the people that this acting sensation has dated over the years. The list includes everything you want to know about Bella’s love life. We show you information on her boyfriends that include Charlie Puth, Chandler Parsons, Gregg Sulkin, Tyler Posey and many more.

The renown female celebrity known for her acting in thrilling dramas like Famous In Love, has dated many different people. Those men she’s hooked up with are different characters, but what they share in common is that they have all been Bella Thorne’s boyfriend at one point in time. Read on to see more.

Black Bear

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Matthew Tyler Musto, professionally known as Blackbear, is a singer, song writer, hip-hop artist and record producer. The popular American artist was born on 27th November 1990. He has worked with famous artists like Justin Bieber, James Blake, Machine Gun Kelly, Mike Posner, Maejor Ali, and many more. He gained recognition when he wrote the hit song “Boyfriend” which was performed by Justin Bieber. Bella dated him in July 2017.

Brandon Thomas Lee

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Son of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee reportedly dated Bella in March 2015. Born on 5th June 1996, Thomas Lee comes from a generation of famous people. He is actor who has acted on films such as Sierra Burgess is a Loser and Inherent Greed.

Chandler Parsons

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Bella and Chandler were in a relationship in February 2017. Chandler Parsons is an American basketball player who plays professionally for the Memphis Grizzlies of the NBA. He was born on 25th October 1988. Chandler participated in college basketball when he was in the University of Florida. He later got drafted in the 2011 NBA draft by the Houston Rockets.

Charlie Puth

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Charlie Otto Puth Jr., who was born on 2nd December 1991, is a famous record producer, singer and songwriter in America. His original recognition happened when his song posts went viral on YouTube. He and Bella Thorne dated in November 2016.

Cody Simpson

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Cody Robert Simpson, born on 11th January 1997 is an Australian actor, dance, singer and songwriter. The young guy owns a record label known as Coast House Records, and he belongs to a band known as Cody Simpson & The Tide. Bella and Cody dated in April 2011.

Derek Smith

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Famously known as “MOD SUN”, Derek Smith is an American rapper, writer, musician and poet who was born on 10th March 1987. This artist comes from Bloomington, Minnesota, and he dated Thorne form October 2017-June 2018.

Garrett Backstrom

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Born on 25th October1995, Garrett Backstrom is an actor from America who is renowned for acting as Vincent Liotta in Lab Rats. He’s also starred in Hello Herman. Garrett has also been featured in commercials for big companies like Pepsi, Subaru, Shoot & Shatter etc. He was in a relationship with Bella from September 2010 – December 2011.

Gregg Sulkin

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Bella and Gregg first dated from May 2015-August 2016, then they dated again from May 2017. Gregg Sulkin is a British-American actor who made his film debut at the age of 10 in the Doctor Zhivago series. He has also appeared on many other shows like Avalon High, The Wizards Return, Faking It, Pretty Little Liars, Don’t Hung Up and Runaways.

Jake T. Austin

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Bella was in a romantic relation with Jake briefly in January 2010. Jake Austin Szymanski, born on 3rd December 1994, is an actor from America. He started his acting career at the age of 7 and is a 5-time nominee in the Young Artist Awards. He’s popularly known for acting as “Max Russo” on Wizards of Waverly Place, doing the voice over for “Diego” on Go, Diego, Go!.

Kenton Duty

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Jefferey Kenton Duty, born on 12th May 1995, is an actor, dancer and singer from America. He is famous for acting as “Young Jacob” on Lost, and “Gunther Hessenheffer” on Shake It Up. Kenton has appeared in many television films. He dated Bella back in July 2010.

Lil Peep

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Born on 1st November 1996 as Gustav Elijah Ahr, Lil Peep is renowned for being past of the post-emo revival hip-hop style. He is a rapper, singer and song writer. Lil Peep and Bella dated back in September 2017.

Nat Wolff

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It was rumored that Nat Wolff was Bella’s boyfriend back in March 2017. Nathaniel Marvin Wolff, popularly known as Nat Wolff, is an actor and musician based in America. He came to gain recognition when he starred in and composed music for the Nickelodeon show The Naked Brothers Band, which was actually created and produced by Natt’s mother Polly Dr*per. His father, Michael Wolff, is a famous jazz pianist who co-produced The Naked Brothers Band’s self-titled album which was number 23 on Billboard 200.

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Riff Raff

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It is rumored that Riff Raff and Bella Thorne dated in April 2017. Horst Christian Simco, professionally known as Riff Raff, was born on 29th January 1982. He is an American rapper form Texas. OG Ron C from Swishahouse used to be manager. After working with S.O.D Money Gang Inc., he moved on to Mad Decent.

Ryan Nassif

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Bella Thorne and Ryan Nassif hooked up briefly back in April 2015. Ryan became famous for being friends with Cody Simpson. He’s also gained recognition for his Instagram presence where he posts photos of his daily life to over 100,000followers. His uncle, Paul Nassif, is a celebrity surgeon.

Sam Pepper

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Samuel Pepper, born on 26th March 1989 was rumored to be dating Bella Thorne back in January 2017. He is a British comedian, prankster, YouTuber and video blogger. Since he established his personal YouTube Channel back in 2010, this blogger has more than two million subscribers who watch his videos, and 70 million YouTube views as of February 2017.

Scott Disick

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Born on 26th May 1983, Scott Disick is a television personality and socialite known for being on the reality TV series Keeping Up With The Kardashians.He was raised in East port, New York and attended a private school known as The Ross School situated in East Hampton,New York. Scott came from a wealthy family. He was previously engaged to Kourtney Kardashian, with whom he has 3 children, but the couple parted. Bella and Scott dated back in May 2017.

Tana Mongeau

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Bella and YouTuber Tana Mongeau dated in first in September 2017, then again from July 2018. Tana was born on 24th June 1998, and she is an American-based YouTuber who is well-known for posting story time videos. She details strange occurrences is her life and her own personality quirks on her YouTube channel.

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Tristan Klier

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Tristan date Bella from February 2012 – August 2014. he is known as the long-time boyfriend of Bella Thorn. His connection to her opened the gateway to social media fame on Twitter and Instagram. Tristan has over 110,000 Instagram followers.

Tyler Posey

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Famous Teen Wolf Star Tyler Posey was Bella’s boyfriend back in September 2016. Tyler Garcia Posey is an American actor, musician and producer, who was born on 18th October 1991. He has been active in the public since 2001.

Two Women Thought It Was A Good Idea To Dress Up In KKK Robes And Parade Themselves Around Black People

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Two Women Thought It Was A Good Idea To Dress Up In KKK Robes And Parade Themselves Around Black People

Why In 2019 Some People Would Think That A KKK Costume Or A Bloodied And Bruised Makeup Look Are ‘Cute’ Is Above Us

Bella Thorne Angered Her Followers For Bloodied And Bruised Halloween Selfies: ‘Stop Glamorizing Domestic Abuse’

Bella Thorne’s Bruised And Bloodied Selfies And Two Women Dressed Up As KKK Members in DTLA Riled Up The Internet This Halloween

Just when we thought we’d made it through this year’s Halloween season without any inappropriate or problematic Halloween costumes, Bella Thorne posted her look on Instagram. A lot of the actress’ followers were offended by her makeup, saying that it looked too similar to a domestic abuse victim. And in Downtown L.A., a group of Hispanic women thought it was ok to dress up as KKK members until people snatched their hoods off. Here’s what went down. 

Bella Thorne wanted to show off her makeup skills in a bloodied and bruised look —but instead, was dragged by her followers.

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Before unveiling her actual Halloween costume as a sexy Girl Scout, Bella Thorne took to Instagram to show off her makeup skills by posting a photo of herself looking bruised and bloodied. Looking like someone had punched her in the face, the actress captioned the series of three photos with: “Hire me for your Halloween makeup I got you boo 🔪🔪🔪 😂😂😂.”

The actor riled up her followers who were quick to assume she’d been hurt.

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Although the caption made it pretty clear that she hadn’t actually been hurt, many of her followers said the pictures were jarring and worrying. One wrote: “My heart dropped. I immediately got angry that someone hit you. This is uhhh fkn scary.” Another added; “Almost said, are u okay, lol.”

Her followers called the actor out for ‘glamorizing’ domestic abuse.

They also called Bella out for “glamorizing” domestic violence and said it should never be used for aesthetic purposes. Some commenters said: “Why is glamorizing being physically abused culturally appropriate during Halloween?”, “I feel this is too close to physical abuse, you’re crossing a fine line here.”

“That’s kinda insensitive to real victims of DV.”

“I’m just sickened and so disappointed in you. What a platform you have…and misuse it like this. Sickening, Bella.”

The actor is known for her wild, bold and colorful looks —hair and makeup included. The photos posted on October 30, featured a cut lip and bruises on her jaw and eye.

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Commenters thought her makeup would be triggering to those who have experienced abuse in their own lives. Bella has previously spoken out about her own struggles with physical and sexual abuse in the past, so it’s surprising to see her showcase such a makeup look. 

As part of the Time’s Up movement, Bella Thorne spoke up about her own experience of sexual and physical abuse as a child last year. 

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“I was sexually abused and physically growing up from the day I can remember till I was 14..when I finally had the courage to lock my door at night and sit by it,” she wrote on Instagram. “All damn night. Waiting for someone to take advantage of my life again. Over and over I waited for it to stop and finally it did. But some of us aren’t as lucky to get out alive. Please, today stand up for every soul Mistreated. #timesup”

Bella went on to debut her actual Halloween costume on Instagram the following day and has yet to respond to comments regarding her previous post.

And speaking of insensitive and problematic costumes, these two Hispanic women in DTLA thought that dressing up as KKK members would be funny —until it wasn’t.

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A group of Hispanic women dressed as Ku Klux Klan members in downtown Los Angeles, on Halloween night and roamed around town, sparking outrage and alarm. Videos of their costumes were shown in several social media posts. One clip shows a woman telling the cloaked person to take her hood off until someone finally snatches it off her head. 

One of the women who confronted the insensitive trick-or-treaters took to Facebook to share a post about how things went down.

Racist women get KKK mask snatched off them and ran out of DTLA #share #Melaninispowerful“THIS SHIT ISN’T FUNNY”“Oh so you thought this was funny”I’m not a bully nor am I a killer but this type of shit needs to stop, before somebody gets killed or we start a riot as people. Last night Two Mexican women walked down the streets of LA wearing KU KLUX KLAN outfits thinking shit was funny and “allegedly trying to scare ppl” so we snatched their mask off and had a little conversation… this isn’t just disrespectful to black ppl but all people who fought for our rights this is disrespectful to our people my people your people(to The women). “The same people you two are supporting is the same folks supporting deportation of your ppl and your walking #DTLATo “scare people” “ she goes on to say “I am right and I should be mad” that’s the moment I could’ve and should’ve knocked her ass out but unfortunately we would’ve been the ones behind bars for being black in America and fighting the same fight out ancestry fought, we didn’t put our hands on them, we took those mask off and kindly escorted them out of LA.. We didn’t do this for clout, we did this to for our respect ✊ don’t play like this ppl of America cause this generation isn’t gonna let that shit go down!#racist #melaninispowerful #love #energy #bestfriendgoals #trumpsupporters indigenous justice is environmental justice

Posted by Ashley Williams on Saturday, November 2, 2019

“I’m not a bully nor am I a killer but this type of shit needs to stop before somebody gets killed or we start a riot as people. Last night Two Mexican women walked down the streets of LA wearing KU KLUX KLAN outfits thinking shit was funny and “allegedly trying to scare ppl” so we snatched their mask off and had a little conversation,” wrote Ashley Williams, one of the people who confronted the women about the disrespectful costumes. 

“This isn’t just disrespectful to black ppl but all people who fought for our rights this is disrespectful to our people my people your people (to the women). The same people you two are supporting is the same folks supporting deportation of your ppl…”

The video compiles a few clips of what went down and how the two hooded women were confronted by a small mob of people.

The nearly two-minute-long video posted to Twitter shows the two women standing on the sidewalk as a mob of people try to take their hoods. Later on they try to enter a smoke shop as everyone around them booed. “Don’t ever wear that sh*t in your life,” said the female rapper Shatown Johnson to the hooded woman. “You’re right,” replied the woman in the ridiculous costume after being confronted. 

Why these women thought it would be cute or “funny” to dress up as Klan members for Halloween? Who knows! But just like Facebook user Ashley Williams put it on her post: “Don’t play like this ppl of America cause this generation isn’t gonna let that shit go down!” 

From Strained Family Ties To Outright Abuse, These Women Opened Up About Interracial Dating

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From Strained Family Ties To Outright Abuse, These Women Opened Up About Interracial Dating

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Many of us date people from different cultures and backgrounds. We asked our FIERCE community if they had stories related to the issues they had dating someone of a different ethnicity and the responses were enlightening, hopeful and sometimes even a bit heartbreaking.

Differences can be overwhelming but interest is super key.

“For me was so difficult. I’m Mexican, raise and born in Mexico and I was dating with a Xicano man, but he never was into the Mexican culture… long story short, we broke up. Some differences were overwhelming.”

Expressing excitement over exchanging cultures goes a long way.

“My husband of 13 years is a white American while I’m Mexican American, first born generation of immigrants. He loves my heritage and appreciates my family. He gravitates toward our culture because his family doesn’t really have anything like that except being American, which is kind of boring to him. They know they are a big mix of English, Irish, and Scottish with some Dutch and German but that’s really the extent of it… he’s also learned Spanish and went with me to live in Cuernavaca for a month to study.”

The sad truth is that fear of being judged or mistreated sometimes keeps us from such fulfilling relationships.

“We don’t. We get dirty looks everywhere we go. I’m either a traitor or a thief.”

Previous interactions with other races and proper communication are vital

“I think both of us being bi-racial (myself being Ecuadorian and Irish, my bf being Black and Polish) has shown us that there are many different ways to do the same thing and that not all things are as they appear. When we run into those cultural differences, it helps to try to see the duality of the situation. Communication and respect are [key].”

You can both learn about your cultures together.

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“I play him the Mexican survival guide videos. Very accurate, also lots of communication!”

Talk about the shared struggles of your cultures.

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” I’m really passionate about this topic. I’m Mexican-American & my husband is South African. Like my parents, he’s an immigrant. A white immigrant. While the differences of being a white immigrant and a Mexican one are obvious, it’s the shared struggles & similar perspectives that are worth highlighting.
One perspective that has struck me is when my husband said, “I noticed Americans don’t make eye contact. In South Africa we at least acknowledge a person by doing so….” then I sarcastically thought to myself, ‘wow, what an idea. People recognizing the existence of other human beings.” Though I am guilty of this! BUT. Why am I guilty of this? Could it be that I was raised to acknowledge others even if it meant hugging every tia & tio in the room? Or my favorite, less intimidating way of respectfully recognizing that your fellow humans are present while also respecting your boundaries: greeting a room full of strangers with a smile & a “buenos días,” as you sit quietly in an open chair at the doctors office? But we don’t do this in America, at least not where I’m from. Most of us tend to do the opposite of acknowledge each other.
So back to the point:
we navigate our cultural differences by having these kinds of dialogues; connecting the dots. Mapping out how different humans attempt to figure out this crazy world we live where a wild fascination with the color of skin & borders exist. Who are we when we let go of our country & our skin?”

Speak up but also listen and learn.

“I’m Mexican and my bf is black/puerto rican my family has knew about him before when I talked to him in high school but they never really liked the fact that we were together so they separated me from him and made me switch high schools my senior year it was hard I talked to other people the two years we lost contact but realized he’s my happiness and now I gave us another chance without my family knowing I’m still figuring out how I’m going to let everyone know Ik that some of my family will shut me out because they are really old school/ traditional Mexicans and what me to be with someone of my race and my beliefs but we love each other so we are gonna make this work.”

R-E-S-P-E-C-T

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“Respect, appreciation and being open to conversation. He still thinks I’m a little crazy for wanting to one day pierce our future daughter’s ears.”

When you have kids, be sure keep your families involved.

“Been in a 10 year relationship. My husband is Asian and it’s been so hard even til now. His family has a hard time dealing with the fact that he is with a Mexican woman. We have two kids and I can count with one hand how many times they have seen my kids. I have a 6 year old and a 3 year old. My son looks completely Asian and my daughter looks mixed. Just a few days ago he asked me why me and his dad look so different and I told him we are from two different ethnicities, different parts of the world. He said he wished he was only Mexican and looked like mommy  it’s hard because my family is all he’s ever had. We try to visit his family but they always say they are busy. Being in a interracial relationship has been so hard for me. It’s been so draining they even encouraged him to cheat in the beginning of our marriage. I’m drained, don’t know how much longer I can do this for. I know this is not the case for all interracial relationships but it’s been hell for me.”