When the Fugees went on hiatus soon after they hit the mainstream in 1996 with The Score, the prevailing thinking was that each member of the band wanted to pursue a solo career. Years later Wyclef Jean revealed in his memoir that his affair with Lauryn Hill was reason for the Fugees' split. Judging from Jean's account, the relationship was tumultuous. "We had fights on planes. We had huge fights, and a few times when it went down, she started swinging at me right there in the seats," wrote Jean, who was married while romancing his bandmate. The breaking point, claimed Jean, was a paternity dispute with Hill over the latter's son, whose father was Rohan Marley. "She could no longer be my muse," Jean recalled. "Our love spell was broken."