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Brooke Lynn Hytes Says It’s Time to ‘Let Branjie Go’

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Most of us cant remember a single thing that happened in season 11 of RuPauls Drag Race besides the love affair between Brooke Lynn Heights and Vanessa Vanjie Mateo, but sadly that love is no more. While the couple confirmed on the season 11 reunion that they were no longer together, fans have held out hope that they would reconcile after all, Heights sold Branjie hats to benefit the Trevor Project.

But on Monday, Heights unequivocally told fans that the romance between the former cast members was over, period. Yall really need to let Branjie go, she wrote. I love Jose so much. He is kind, loyal, funny (and crazy) and I love spending time with him and am so happy he is my FRIEND. We will always have love for each other and have each others backs. The post was captioned: Instagram Stan accounts Im looking RIGHT at you.

So there you are: Branjie is dead boots the house down for your nerves, mawma.

On Drag Race, Heights said that the couple was going to see where it goes and see what happens! Vanjie added: If you want it to work, itll work. If you dont put effort into it, its not going to work. Clearly these two werent putting the required effort into keeping the romance alive, though to be fair, theyre pretty busy these days.

Several Drag Race queens commented on Heights announcement, with fellow season 11 competitor Plastique Tiara telling Heights she just created a wave of depression for all the 13 [year] old white girls nationwide and Aja asking if Heights was gonna tell them about us now. Let the kai kais continue!

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