The 46-year-old reality star and model told TMZ “it’s all good” between her and Strahan. She added that they’ll always be friends.
Murphy emphasized that there were no hard feelings between the two of them. She was pressed to comment on the reports that she initiated the split because she has proof that Strahan, 42, had been cheating; however, she didn't respond about that.
When the news first broke, reps for both Murphy and Strahan said they agreed to break the engagement because of the distance and their work schedules that took a toll on their relationship.
Then there was a report that the two were cheating on each other. Another report said Murphy refused to sign a pre-nup.
Even though they weren't married, they had a blended family in that they did so much together. They went on vacations and to different events. The pair together have a total of children. Murphy has five children by ex-husband, Eddie Murphy. Strahan has four children from two previous marriages.
The announcement of the split came just one day before Strahan was enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. Strahan didn't seem bothered by the news when seen on television during the enshrinement ceremony and the other festivities. The Monday after the ceremony, Strahan showed on "Live! with Kelly and Michael" what happened happened behind the scene. It was the highlight of his football career.
During the week after the breakup, Strahan didn't seem upset. He carried on in his usual manner by going out with friends and of course co-hosting on both morning talk shows, "Live! with Kelly and Michael" and "Good Morning America."
Because both Strahan and Murphy are well-known celebrity, it is unlikely that this story will die down any time soon.