That's one question the Kardashians will have to answer now that their brother, Rob Kardashian, has begun a relationship with their sworn enemy, Blac Chyna. And you don't want a former friendship to end your sibling bond.
And “The Gang Turns Black” is It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia coming out swinging for the fences, an almost profligate high-concept fantasy about race in America, the Gang’s variable degrees of racism, and their seemingly boundless capacity for self-obsessed self-delusion that’s as funny as it is ambitious. The setup sees the Gang gathered for a movie night viewing of The Wiz alongside the Old Black Man.
Blac Chyna is also besties with Amber Rose, the ex-girlfriend of Kanye West. Did I mention that Kim and Blac Chyna were once BFF’s? It isn't easy, but there is a proper way to deal with this situation.
Come from a place of concern and love, not anger or resentment. But if things between her and your brother are serious, she might be in his life for a long time.
It is not, however, incumbent on the supposed slut next door to keep her claws out of your man—unless she is your friend or relative, in which case she owes you the respect of a friend or relative. Does it, perhaps, seem easier at times to fuck first and talk later? If, however, one chooses to fuck first and deal with one's life later, then it is not the fault of the person one fucked.
Every single man and every single woman is perfectly capable of not cheating on their significant others, of having a conversation about their emotional and sexual needs and—as is one of my three rules of dating—having a conversation with their significant other when those things change. I have been hit on by a lot—and I stress this point—a lot of married men.