There’s no crying in the club for Camila Hair†
After all, the “Havana” singer was seen laughing with the CEO of Lox Club Austin Kevitch during a night out in Los Angeles on June 15. In a photo obtained by E! News, Camila — casually dressed in a white crop top, distressed jeans and sneakers — was all smiles as she took an evening stroll with the tech entrepreneur.
Austin, co-founder of the Jewish dating app, wore a black T-shirt and khaki, with a gray sweater draped over his shoulders.
The duo’s outing comes seven months after Camila announced she was breaking up with Shawn Mendes† In a joint statement, the couple confirmed that they had “decided to end our romantic relationship, but our love for each other as human beings is stronger than ever”.
“We started our relationship as best friends and will remain best friends,” they shared. “We appreciate your support from the beginning and into the future.”
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In March, Camila shared some insight into their amicable breakup, noting that shifting priorities was one reason they decided to split up. “I think my focus is really on, ‘How can I be a well-rounded person?’” she explained to Apple Music 1’s Zane Lowe† “And I feel like it was for both of us. Since we both started so young, it’s like we’re really learning how to be healthy adults. And that sometimes means your career shouldn’t be your main focus.”
Camila shared that there are no hard feelings between herself and the Canadian musician, adding: “I feel like there is literally nothing but love for him.”
Likewise, there’s nothing stopping Shawn from staying friends with the former fifth harmony member. In fact, the two have such an “honest relationship” that he didn’t feel uncomfortable writing about their breakup in his song “When You’re Gone.”
“Camila heard this song months ago,” he told E! News’ Daily Pop in April. “I would never really put out a song about her until she heard it.”
He added: “She knows me and I know her, and ultimately we’re both writers and we both know what it’s like to make music and what the bigger picture of making art is. We support that, always.”