The Jersey Shore reality stars had been together on and off for over five years. The couple shared a famously violent and tumultuous relationship, and Magro told People the new breakup is for good.
"We were drifting apart and not really spending any time together," Magro told the magazine. "I still care about her. She's a great girl, but we were growing distant. It was for the best."
The couple have been broken up for two months now, and Magro broke the news at the premiere of co-star Jenni "JWoww" Farley's film Jersey Shore Massacre on Tuesday. The reality star also mentioned he is not yet ready to date again.
Jersey Shore premiered on MTV in 2009, and ran for six seasons before being canceled in 2012.