Due to Robin Thicke trying to get his baby back and all the sympathy or apathy from the ladies aimed at his situation, it made me think. What other famous black women have never left their exes the same? Like sometimes there’s just an ex that you can’t recover from- we’ve all had them. CThaGod would refer to this as a love stain, when you just can’t get the funk of your ex off of the new you no matter how hard you try. Here are
5 Famous Black Women That Ruined Their Exes:
Let’s get Paula out the way. Even though she’s not exactly a revolutionary actress she’s had a few good roles that show her range. I can only imagine how nasty Paula Patton gets after a few drinks, you remember how crazy she was acting at the BET awards last year. She was giggling and gushing at inappropriate times. It’s always hard getting over the spontaneous girl you’ve fell in love with.
Just take this quote from Beyonce’s cheating ex Lyndell Locke “Once she began dating Jay Z, I knew we were doomed and I could never win her back. But I know that no matter what, she will always love me. I will always wonder ‘What if?’ and, given all we shared, I’m sure a part of her must feel the same way.” Apparently he’s delusional to think that our Queen B is sitting around wondering “what if”. Here’s a pic of Lyndell “You Needa Move On Bruh” Locke:
Who knows what that Nasty Gal did to Chris Brown. All we know is he hasn’t gone a year without jail or rehab since they stopped dating. What makes it worse is when your ex dates a guy that’s literally more popping than you *coughs* Drake. Send an SBM e-hug to my man C-Breezy, because we know these island girls ain’t loyal.
As soon as I heard ‘I Hate You So Much Right Now’ and Kelis on ‘Hey Nas’ I knew it wasn’t going to end well for the God Son. The last hit Nas has had since breaking up with Kelis was only a song lamenting his break-up ‘Bye Baby’. He hasn’t been the same since the milkshaking diva filed for divorce.
Erykah Badu has a child by Andre 3000, dated Common, has another youngin’ by D.O.C. from NWA, and a third by Jay Electronica. “Your booty might be bigger, but I can still take yo n*gga”, ain’t really nothing to argue with when you consider her dating history. If you date Erykah Badu you either gone turn vegan, write a song about her, or start wearing headwraps or knitted skull caps. Erykah than made more soulful brothas in the 2000/90’s than James Brown made in the 70’s.