It looks like Sage the Gemini isn’t taking his recent breakup with former American Idol champ Jordin Sparks very well. He posted an emotional note on Instagram earlier today professing his love for her and begging for her to call him back. “Can’t sit here and act industry like this shit don’t hurt me,” he begins. “Please call me back I just want like a hug and a kiss or something.”

Can’t sit here and act industry Iike this shit don’t hurt me. You the only girl I can call at 3 in the morning and you’ll answer no problem. You the only girl that can wake up out of a dead sleep and get me some water because I was coughing in my sleep the only girl that loves me the way you were supposed to. I miss you to much to watch you look so amazing at the Clyde Davis party and not be able to call you and express how much I appreciated the look because you won’t answer nor text back the feeling is horrible. You see this picture?…… That’s the picture of me lookin at niggas lookin at you and givin them the eye like “wassup nigga” and you like it’s ok babe and you makin me smile and feel just Alittle more secure about it. Lol it kinda reminds me of the picture of the little lady standing in front of the hulk and being the only one that can calm him down that’s you ya know? But yea this shit is crazy i just wanna tell you I’m still being a good boy just incase you come to your senses. Valentine’s Day was supposed to be a special day I wanted that to be our anniversary because it’s your grandparents and maybe we could’ve double dated remember? Please call me back I just want like a hug and a kiss or something. Sincerely Dominic Wynn Woods

He followed that up by posting a new song to his SoundCloud page titled “I’ll Keep Loving You.” While he doesn’t directly name check Sparks in the song, the lyrics (along with his previous Instagram post) leaves little doubt about who it’s directed towards. “I’ma put my faith in this song yeah/Tell all your exes begone, yeah/Just come home because it’s all here,” he croons emotionally over a beat by P-Lo and Mark Nilan Jr.