It's been years since Adrienne Bailon dated Rob Kardashian, but she's still getting asked about him ... and his new girlfriend!
The co-host of "The Real" revealed how she feels about her ex's relationship with Blac Chyna at the Kids Rock! Shop Day in Los Angeles on Thursday evening.
"I'm happy for him. He deserves happiness so I'm happy for him. He seems happy," the former Cheetah Girl told Us Weekly. "He's a great guy. I always say that. We were in love at one point, and I think when you're younger, what is that, hindsight is 20/20? You look back, and you're just like, 'We were young and in love,' and life goes on. You wish that person the best. You always wish well on people."
"I think people fall in love with who they fall in love with," she added, referring to Rob's new lady love.
"To be stuck with that Kardashian label, that was so hurtful to me and to my career," Bailon said at the time. "I probably realized that too late -- not that it would've affected my decisions in terms of who I dated, but it would've affected my decision to appear on the show."
The two dated for two years, from 2007-2009, and even got each other's names tattooed on their bodies.
"It's common knowledge that he cheated on me," Bailon said of why they split. "It always bothered me that people were like, 'Why couldn't you forgive him?' Why are women always the ones who have to forgive? If you cheated on a man, he would be like, 'You're disgusting, and I want nothing to do with you.' But women, we're supposed to be like, 'He messed up. He made a mistake.'"
"He strategically planned things out so that he could cheat on me, and that to me was so disloyal," she added. "At the time, I didn't think anyone would even care. To this day, people will still say, 'You ruined Rob's life!' And I'll think, 'Damn, I was still playing with Barbie dolls when I met him.'"
Those comments got her in some trouble with Rob's sisters -- so it's for the best she's keeping it PC these days.
"It was a hard decision to make when you're with somebody for such a long time," the actress admitted at the time. "I think as women we have a hard time with change...it was hard for me, but you have to be true to yourself, you have to be honest with your self. I think that having time on my own gave me that opportunity."