posted on Jun, 24 2013 @ 05:23 PM
I found this story entertaining. A good example of prejudice and mistreatment by certain peoples to their partners.
Basically, a middle-aged woman who enjoyed reviewing music, (hip hop & rap) pushed passed her husband's prejudices and left him by the way side.
She was a blogger and online reviewer, who didn't think much of her hobby until Waka Flocka began retweeting her posts on twitter. That gave her
enough courage to follow a passion she had, and it eventually led to the dissolution of her marriage.
Going to see Waka Flocka Flame in concert was the final nail in the coffin of my marriage. Let me explain.
In attempting to learn more about Twitter, I found musicians were doing a better job of social media promotion than most social media experts. I
blogged about two rap artists who got social media right, Waka being one of them. He retweeted my post and graciously followed me on Twitter when I
This truly changed my life. As I learned more about Waka (and the entire Brick Squad Monopoly group of talented artists) I got back in touch with my
musical roots and interests, and began expanding my follows to include more rap and hip hop artists than social media experts. Through this period, I
began blogging reviews of upcoming artists. I was able to meet (via Twitter) some amazing artists and talents, and not just rap musicians but actors,
writers, country and rock artists…a truly awesome mix of talent and celebrity.
So Waka’s following and retweeting me gave me happiness, more followers and credibility. He started my new career of reviewing rap artists. I
can’t ever thank him enough.
I can picture so many regular couples sitting around bashing each other ...
"Pfft, you're not good enough for that."
"You aren't one of those people."
"You can't be like that."
In this case, I don't see why the husband had to be such a dumbass. He was getting what was coming to him. Just because a famous person is connecting
to their fanbase, it doesn't mean they're putting a target on your marriage or your loved one to screw things up between the two.
It's a given that many people would betray their oaths for "One night with someone famous"... and some couples even make agreements that they have
a bypass should they ever get the chance.
But really, are you so insecure you are worried about your wife running off with someone clearly out of her league? Far from reality?
The woman has a lot going for her. I don't see her being the next Mrs. Wacka Flocka however, something the husband might have considered before
getting all worked up over the matter. And instead addressing actual issues between the two of them.
The moral of this story? Don’t EVER let anyone else keep you from your bliss, no matter what that may be. If someone truly loves you, they will
come along for the adventure. Otherwise, get the heck out and live your life to the fullest. Believe me, you’ll sleep better at night and have a
song in your heart.