Keri Hilson, the singer-songwriter, seems to have reunited with her off-and-on again boyfriend and NBA player Serge Ibaka.
Earlier this year Hilson,30, confirmed a split from 24-year-old Oklahoma City Thunder forward Ibaka when she spoke about music being her boyfriend to thejasminebrand.com. However, it seems the off-and-on again pair are back together.
Ibaka took to his Instagram page to let the world know, when posting a picture of he and Hilson hugging on a basketball court.
"Had to get my girl back," Ibaka captioned the image.
Last year Hilson admitted that she has been getting compliments from others who have noticed that her appearance seems to be glowing. The singer credited her romantic union with the Thunder power forward along with a strengthened relationship with Jesus Christ.
"That's the word that I hear most often, for the past six months of my life, that I'm glowing. I don't know what's changed," Hilson said in a previous Global Grind report. "I've been in a relationship for a year, I rededicated my life to Christ in April 2012, I came out of a really dark depression."
While Hilson said she has kept up appearances of being happy for years, she admitted that was not always the case.
"I am happy and I'm glad people can see when you are genuinely happy," she told Global Grind. "For years I was smiling for pictures and I'm doing the same, but I think people can tell the difference. That's just been a testament to the fact that people can really see your aura."
Although Hilson revealed that her relationship with Ibaka has positively impacted her life, she said that it came only after she decided to submit to Jesus Christ.
"I actually met him (Serge) maybe six months after I rededicated my life to Christ," Hilson previously revealed to Global Grind.
Still, she did not hesitate to admit that Ibaka was a gift from God.
"..I also felt like God is a comedian, for real. He gave me everything I wanted and everything I thought I didn't want," she told Global Grind. "He's like, 'Ha! You've got to trust me. Stop putting limits on who I am and what I do.'"