Disappointing news to report. There has been news released citing another divorce within the NBA community. Dwayne Wade and his high school sweetheart are officially calling a quits. It leads me to question whether any modern day marraige can withstand money, fame, and temptation? Are vows that are made under God important anymore? Have they ever been - really? Do we still value family as much as we used to?
Just a few weeks after Shaq's highly publicized divorce hit the airwaves, I find out that Dwayne Wade and his wife, Siohvaughn Wade, have officially filed for a divorce. Who cares? Well, they also have two kids to which she was reportedly raising alone while he ran the streets for two years - prompting her move to Chicago to be closer to family.
Apparently Dwayne Wade is a serious player (on and off the courts) and has even "allegedly" been linked to Kelly Rowland and Gabrielle Union. *Sigh.* I didn't think he'd be the type, but can't say I'm surprised. I used to think that he was an extremely sexy family-oriented man [yea I was sold on that ish] but now I'm officially disgusted. He probably has all kind of STDs and women in the woodworks claiming he's their "baby daddy", she's better off without him [get tested]. Oh well, do your thang Siohvaughn - move on to something better and let him crash and burn like the rest who start feeling themselves a bit too much. What goes around definitely comes back around. Get money - uh-oh-uh-oh-oh....
Parting Quote(s): [For you Gabs] “If you marry a man who cheats on his wife, you'll be married to a man who cheats on his wife.”
For the rest of us with common sense --> “Do not be too moral. You may cheat yourself out of much life so. Aim above morality. Be not simply good; be good for something.” -Henry David Thoreau