You don’t want his friends to be jealous of the time you spend together!
There have been rumors that Sean Kingston is resentful of Selena Gomez because she’s taking up all the time best buddy Justin Bieber used to reserve for his bros. Although the 21-year-old singer recently went on record to try and smooth over the situation, he isn’t very convincing. That said, you don’t want your boyfriend’s friends to dislike you — you want their seal of approval. Here’s what you can do to try and win their trust.
“The first thing I will say, no offense to Selena, but I knew Justin before.,” the “Eenie Meenie” singer, who survived a near-fatal jet ski crash earlier this year, said on Ryan Seacrest’s KIIS-FM radio show Aug. 16.
He continued, “He came to me a was like, ‘Yo, what do you think about the relationship.’ So, I’m like a big bro mentor to him.”
He then tried to backpedal, adding, “The media takes things and they roll with it. I was just with Selena they other day at the Teen Choice Awards, we hung out, it was cool, it was all love.”
It’s only natural that, as you and your guy fall harder for one another and spend more and more time together, that you both are going to be spending less time with your pals. However, you need to be very careful that you don’t alienate his friends…or yours.
From the get-go, be friendly, approachable and low-maintenance when you’re around his buddies. At the very beginning of a new relationship, your guy isn’t going to be quite sure how he feels about you, and if his friends hate you, they’re going to tell him so, straight up. He values his friends’ opinions, so he may listen to them and end your burgeoning romance before it’s even begun.
If you’re already involved in a serious relationship, make sure you both take time out for pals. Heaven forbid you break up; if you’ve ignored all your girlfriends for months to spend time with him, you aren’t going to have a strong support system to deal with the aftermath of your misery.
Just like you need your pals, he needs his. If you’re urging him to have a guys night (and legitimately trusting him to behave) that’s going to come across to his guys. He may even say you’ve influenced his decision to have more bro time, and his friends will love you for it.
So don’t be ‘that’ girl; don’t come between friends.