Emily Ratajkowski could be looking for a new “situationship.”
The author of My Body posed the question “What should you do when a situationship ends?” in a TikTok video posted on Friday. The next thing she said was, “Begin another.”
According to NBC, psychologist Jonathan Alpert defined a situationship as “that space between a committed relationship and something that is more than a friendship” and added, “unlike friends with benefits or relationship, there isn’t consensus on what it is.”
The comments section of EmRata’s post was flooded with encouragement from the model’s fans. A person commented, “If someone can fumble EMRATA, then there ain’t no hope for any of us.” Have as much fun as you can, babe,” said someone else.
The actress of “We Are Your Friends” posted the video just days after Eric Andre’s NSFW Instagram photo for Valentine’s Day, which featured a naked EmRata in the background. Speculation about the romantic status of the two stars began shortly after they were spotted together in public.
Ratajkowski recently has been linked to Pete Davidson and artist Jack Greer following her divorce from Sebastian Bear-McClard in 2022.
The star of “Gone Girl” has been making light of her romantic life on the video-sharing app for quite some time. In November 2022, she posted a video to the platform in which it was broadcast declaring that she was “coming out of a sad girl day to check in on the stepfather applications in my DMs.”
In addition, she used it to speak out against misogyny and sexism. She discussed the role of patriarchal systems in her own dating life in a September 2022 TikTok.
For her, as a newly single person considering the dating scene, “there’s this premise of men getting women, like getting them, pulling them like they are something to possess,” she said. It’s more like, ‘Well who is going to get her?’ than ‘This is a reciprocal mutual relationship where two people could potentially foster love,’ and I’ve really seen that with my friends and with the conversations kind of around it. And that’s why cis-hetero relationships are so dreary: