Leonardo DiCaprio's breakup has everyone saying the same thing about his shady dating history

The ‘Titanic’ star has broken up with Camila Morrone after more than 4 years together
August 31, 2022 12:00 a.m. EST

The Wolf of Wall Street star Leonardo DiCaprio has done it again – he’s broken up with yet another gorgeous young girlfriend, this time Camila Morrone, after four years of dating.

Sources have told People that the couple, who have been together since around 2018, have called it quits.

The outlet was not able to reach reps for Leo to confirm, nor did they directly quote their sources in the story. Nonetheless, with Leo being 47, and Camila having just turned 25 this year (meaning she was born the same year Titanic was released), it has everyone saying the same thing.

There is a running joke in Hollywood that Leo has a taste for dating women much younger than him – and when we say younger, we mean, he refuses to date women over 25 – and despite greater scrutiny on the power imbalances that exist within couples with a sizeable age gap, Leo doesn't show signs of stopping.

Someone has even done the math to prove it. In 2019, a Reddit user posted a data chart that suggested as The Departed star ages, his girlfriends do not, with the average age of his partners coming in at around 22.9. They used British tabloids as their sources, and the chart actually spans 20 years, beginning in 1999 and ending in 2019.

What’s more, the chart lists some of his more notable partners from that decade, including models Gisele Bündchen, Bar Refaeli, and actor Blake Lively. The What's Eating Gilbert Grape star dated both Bündchen and Refaeli for five years, with those relationships running their course when both women were 23 and 25, respectively. Lively was 23 when they briefly dated.

Of course, Twitter is having a field day with the news that Leo’s gonna Leo. It’s almost as if he knows about the chart and doesn’t want to disappoint his fans!

"One thing is for sure, Leo likes them young — REAL young. Camila Morrone was literally three months old when 'Titanic' came out. And when she got too old, he disposed of her like the rest. That man has to be stopped," one fan tweeted.

"Camila just turning 25 two months ago, Leo not even trying to beat the allegations, omg he's sick," tweeted another.

"Maybe Leonardo DiCaprio hated 9/11 so much that he can't even date women who remember it. Did that even occur to you," another tweeted.

The meme’s and virtual roasting of Leo’s shading dating habits didn’t end there. Camila, we hope you are reading this, because if Leo gave you the “it’s not you, it’s me” routine, you can rest assured, it’s definitely not you!

Of course, it’s not just social media that is giving major side-eye to his shady dating habits. Leo is a favourite topic for comedians looking to dunk on celebs. In 2020, during his final Golden Globes hosting stint, British comedian Ricky Gervais absolutely roasted Leo by comparing him to Prince Andrew (yikes).

Once Upon A time In Hollywood [was] nearly three hours long. Leonardo DiCaprio attended the premiere and by the end his date was too old for him," Ricky said to a roaring audience, including Leo who giggled in his seat. "Even Prince Andrew was like, 'come on Leo, mate ... you're nearly 50, son!"

Trainwreck star Amy Schumer made sure to sneak in a zinger at the Romeo + Juliet star during her 2022 Oscars hosting gig. "He has done so much to fight climate change and leave behind a cleaner, greener planet for his girlfriends," she deadpanned.

Schumer later revealed in April that the Don't Look Up star and Camila Morrone were actually in on the joke and green-lit it before it was ever said. "He said, 'Go ahead,'" Schumer told Howard Stern on his radio show. "They don't care."

We have to wonder if Camila is starting to care now.

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