Over the weekend, Love & Hip Hop star Emily B. tweeted a photo of her and longtime boo Fabolous. Although the two have been together for years and have a son, the couple famously (and publicly) split after Emily was tired of Fabolous’ cheating and uncommitted ways.

Although she claimed she was moving on and starting a new chapter in her life, the couple is back together, and according to Emily, Fab is her “fantasy man.”

On Sunday, Emily tweeted a photo of her and Fab and apparently, many were questioning her relationship. After getting tired of folks taking jabs at her choice to get back together with Loso, Emily went on a little rant.

I really don’t care what u think.. Everyone deserves a second chance….The picture was meant to be funny.. Y’all are miserable.. lol…

Maybe I shouldn’t do a 3rd season cuz y’all don’t appreciate my honesty.. I didn’t have to tell y’all my story period….Anyway y’all not about to make me lose my religion on a Sunday..lol. #Imout

While the criticism is certainly warranted because Emily invited the cameras into her private life,  she got me to thinking.

How many chances should someone get to make things right in a relationship?

Although every relationship is different and the circumstances dictate what will happen in the future, I’m not sure I could be as…forgiving…as Emily and wait years for my man to not only stop cheating, but also acknowledge our relationship.

How about you?

How many chances do you give your partner before you end the relationship and move on?

 

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  • ms_teacher

    My parents have been married for a little over 25 years and my mother confessed to me a few years back that my daddy just recently turned his life around and changed his ways. My mom dealt with abuse, both physically and emotionally for over 20 or so years, never letting the idea of divorce overtake her love for him, in the hopes and the faith that he would change for good…and after many years of waiting, he has. Now I personally dont think I am capable of such patience but I do think that chances are worth given to those you truly love. Nobody is perfect and people will mess up time and time again, but you cant give up so easily. Thats why the divorce rate is so high these days.

  • ms_teacher

    My parents have been married for a little over 25 years and my mother confessed to me a few years back that my daddy just recently turned his life around and changed his ways. My mom dealt with abuse, both physically and emotionally for over 20 or so years, never letting the idea of divorce overtake her love for him, in the hopes and the faith that he would change for good…and after many years of waiting, he has. Now I personally dont think I am capable of such patience but I do think that chances are worth given to those you truly love. Nobody is perfect and people will mess up time and time again, but you cant give up so easily. Thats why the divorce rate is so high these days. then again, there is only so much one can take…its complicated and i’m getting a headache just thinking about it…smh.

  • DreamJ

    people need to stop being so critical. When ones heart is involved most times they will do irrational things. People always say if i was here i would never.. but honestly you never know what you would do if you were actually in the same situation.. love is not logical…. and we dont know if he whispered sweet nothings or is really sincere.. everybody needs to just chill..and let her do what she wants.. follow your heart emily b.. i know ive been there lol who knows when it will end.. but as our friend R.Kelly sang..”when a womens fed up..there aint nothing you can do about it..” when she has had enough she will do what [SHE] has to do.. (i did not read previous comments i’m just venting from seeing this “breaking news” for the 3rd time)

  • Amanda

    Her choice, her life.

  • Donald K Sumner

    If he is tall, infinite, short, none…