Rappers, ball players, actors and R&B singers are rarely faithful.
Let's take Chris Brown for example, he's in a relationship with Karrueche and has Rihanna as his side chick. Yes, that's right, Rihanna is his side chick. Men all over the world just named Chris Brown the most envied man on the planet.
This is an interesting situation because millions of fans are rooting for a Chrihanna reunion, but I don't want Chris Brown to change a thing.
He shouldn't dump Karrueche, she is fine right where she's is at: By Chris Brown's side loving him when he wants to be loved and holding him down like a good woman should. She doesn't seem to ask too many questions and she doesn't appear to be going anywhere anytime soon. She loves her some Breezy.
Then there is Rihanna, who plays her part and from the looks of things, is extremely happy getting some Breezy every now and then. After it was believed that Chris Brown made a quick touch down on her yacht in the middle of the waters of St. Tropez, she tweeted:
"#3words lastnight was beautiful"
Beautiful. This confirms my theory that there is a lot of love for the side chick. Awhile back I came to a conclusion that we live in a cheating world, a place where the line of faithfulness is blurred. Where men and women all have friends that do things that our girlfriends or boyfriends should only do.
I feel that in our cheating world, a side chick is a girlfriend without a title and a girlfriend is a side piece with one. I believe that once a person steps out on their girlfriend, the title is meaningless at that point.
So why should Chris Brown change anything that he's doing? His girlfriend isn't going anywhere, and Rihanna isn't going to stop serving him that Cake, Cake, Cake! Breezy might be the first dude to have his cake and eat it too. At this rate, I say Chris, go ahead and eat the cake until all the icing is off that ass.
Do it for all the men out there who are too committed to the idea of love. The men who would only cheat on their girlfriend if they had a chance to bang Rihanna. Most importantly Breezy, do it for yourself.
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