Another day, another celebrity couple putting all of their business on social media. Well in all truthfulness, this has been Keyshia Cole’s communication method of choice from the genesis of her marriage.
The blogosphere was turnt last week with the release of Rollingout Magazine issue featuring Daniel Gibson, former husband of the crooning queen and the extreme honesty that manifested in his interview.
He exhibited extreme honesty, for the most part, when asked questions about his failed marriage and owned up to the part he played.
I take that responsibility — I do. I’m giving you the real answer because I feel like you’re never supposed to allow your marriage to fall apart. Whether it’s the blogs saying I cheated, or if I don’t like your attitude, at the end of the day, when you’re married to somebody, and you say “I do,” it says for better or for worse, and regardless of what comes in your relationship, you’re supposed to work through it. For example, even if you wanted to say that I cheated, you’re still supposed to figure out a way to make that work. So I’m not backing down from anything that people have to say about me, and I’m not taking the easy way out. But I am taking full responsibility for that not being my wife
After a little more back and forth banter she posted a picture and the following caption:
Social media and reality television seems to be the common denominator in many failed relationships as of late. I can only wish people would learn to handle some issues in privacy instead of in the public’s eye. More relationships would probably be salvageable. I wish them the best as they have to co-parent a handsome little man.