Karrueche Tran seems to finally be ready to date following her messy breakup from Chris Brown. The pair split in March after the "Liquor" singer fathered a baby with model Nia Guzman.
In the months since the split, Tran has been staying relatively low-profile, telling Kontrol magazine in November that she wasn't "mentally" ready to date. Well, according to Entertainment Tonight, the 27-year-old is back in the dating pool and has been spending quite a bit of time with Danish DJ Morten. A source told the outlet that Tran and Morten have been seeing each other "for a few weeks."
On Friday, the pair was spotted at the KURIOS Cabinet of Curiosities Cirque du Soleil show in Los Angeles and later grabbed dinner at the Nice Guy restaurant.
Tran hasn't commented on reports she's dating DJ Morten, but check out four things to know about her rumored new beau:
1. Morten is 31 years old and was born in Aarhud, Denmark. He currently lives in Los Angeles but travels all over the world DJing. Morten revealed in a 2013 interview that he started DJing when he was 13 years old and had his first real gig when he was 16 at a club in Denmark. The DJ said at first he played mostly hip hop music, but now likes to incorporate all types of genres, including house music.
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2. It appears Morten has had a crush on Tran for a while. Over the summer, he tweeted that he thought she was a "beauty." The YBF also reported that Tran and the DJ were seen grabbing lunch together in Melrose early last month.
3. Morten has a ton of tattoos. A quick look at his Instagram page reveals his love for getting inked. A few years ago, he told Thump that he likes "the expression of tattoos" and the "look of them."
4. He's serious about staying in shape. Morten told the Huffington Post earlier this month that because he travels so much, he never leaves home without vitamins and protein bars. “I work out almost every day. I have to do it. I think it’s very important to get into a routine where you work out regularly,” he said. “I stand on the stage every week. If I feel good in my body and my clothes feel good on my body, I have one less thing to worry about, and I can worry more about the music being present.”