3 Reality TV Couples That Make Your Love Life Seem Better
Here's what not to do in a relationship.
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, I have selected 3 popular couples from reality TV who are good examples of what not to do in a relationship. We’re sure they genuinely have love for each other but the dysfunction is also glaring and you could learn something from it--single or not. Check out the top picks:
Emily and Fabolous
This is the case of the Phantom Lover. Emily claimed Fab as her man, but he didn’t seem to claim her. Then we find out (thanks to Kimbella) that he cheated on Em while she was pregnant with his child. Despite the fact that Fab doesn’t publicly claim Emily, she was actually living with him at one point and ended up pregnant, so clearly something of the romantic variety went down. However, when one person is in the relationship and the other is not, it's time to call it quits.
Jim Jones and Chrissy
Once you see them together, you get why they work. They're both crazy, passionate, overly emotional and they get each other. However, Chrissy bullied a seemingly reluctant Jim into proposing to her. That’s not a good foundation for a marriage. Proceed with caution.
Ochocinco and Evelyn Lozada
They met on Twitter and seemingly began dating shortly after Ochocinco wrapped his dating show, The Ultimate Catch. Rubi Pazmino, Chad’s “Ultimate Catch” claimed that she and her new boo were doing well shortly after reports surfaced about him dating Lozada. However, once the paparazzi got involved, pics of Chad and Evelyn obviously canoodling began to surface, confirming what the public had already speculated. Lozada is currently planning her wedding to Ochocinco but based on their appearances on Basketball Wives, she has trust issues and possibly with good reason, given the shady circumstances under which they got together. Remember that old saying: How you get them is how you keep them.
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