There was a virtual collective gasp on the internet when Jay-Z dropped his 2016 album 4:44, in which he seemed to admit he cheated on America’s Sweetheart and his wife: Beyoncé.
Sometimes our desire to be accepted can be preyed upon by others, leaving us vulnerable to manipulation…and worse. The New York Times recently reported on a secret society for women that masqueraded as a “bad-ass bitch boot camp.
In his latest and most personal album, rapper Jay-Z apologizes to his superstar wife, Beyoncé, seeming to acknowledge some of the cheating allegations and other relationship shortcomings that have surfaced in the press over the course of their marriage.
After being held at gunpoint and bound, gagged and robbed of millions of dollars of jewels in her Paris apartment last Fall, Kim Kardashian West realized “there’s [sic] really bad people in this world.
American author, Ernest Hemingway once said, “The best way to find out if you can trust somebody is to trust them.” When you give someone your trust, you get either two things in return: An expectation of trust or a breach of trust.