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Rosario Dawson seemingly confirms romance with Nnamdi Okafor

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It appears that Rosario Dawson has moved on from Senator Cory Booker, with whom she split up a few months ago.

Rosario appeared to confirm her recent engagement with poet Nnamdi Okafor of Nigeria.

At the Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo, she recorded them riding in the back of a golf cart and uploaded it to Instagram.

After making silly faces for the camera, Nnamdi is heard saying, “Love you baby,” to Rosario. Love you too, Rosario retorted. Even Cory enjoyed the video.

Rosario Dawson and Nnamdi romance rumors first surfaced in June

After Nnamdi shared a picture of Rosario cuddling up to him on his Instagram Story in June, romantic speculations about the two of them began to circulate.

When and where they met are unknown.

Rosario Dawson and Cory’s separation became public knowledge three months earlier.


Nearly three years had passed since Rosario and Cory started dating.

The couple first connected at a political event in 2018, and they declared their love in March 2019.

When TMZ photographers questioned Dawson about her relationship with Booker in a Washington, D.C. airport, she responded, “So far, so great. He is a nice person. It’s beneficial to get together occasionally.

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Booker spoke candidly to The Washington Post about their friendship

Booker told The Washington Post about their friendship that year. He said, “Gosh, we talked for hours and hours that night. I struggled to get her phone number… I believe I said something incredibly foolish, such as, “Uh, how would I contact you?” And she kindly said, “Oh, you want my phone number?” And deep down, I was like, “Hell yeah!””

Rosario Dawson was interviewed by “Extra” and talked about the wonderful romantic gestures he made to her when they were separated. She revealed her pet moniker for him as well, saying, “I refer to him as Cab, but Cory sends me a song every day that we are apart, and it’s always just stuff like that.


Regarding Cory praising her in interviews, Rosario said, “Knowing that he is vying for the nation’s highest office while still putting our relationship first and laying the groundwork for our foundation has meant a lot to me. “It’s the notion that we can show up for anything that we truly want to show up for,” she continued. and it means a lot to me that he consistently shows up for us despite all of that.”


Ankita Khanrah is a second-year student of the Master of Communication and Journalism (Integrated) programme at the School of Mass Communication, KIIT Deemed University, Bhubaneswar.

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