Plus, my advice for what that little home wrecker, Mariah Yeater, should do next!
Hello, boys and girls! Welcome to my new weekly column I’m doing exclusively for HollywoodLife.com. Today, I will be writing about the whole Justin Bieber baby mama drama, which I’m sure you’ve all heard about. (YIKES!) Now, if you happen to have been hiding under a rock these past few weeks, let me just give you the low down on what’s been going on…
As we all know, Justin and Selena Gomez have been in love for quite some time now, and that’s no secret! However, there’s been some drama brewing for the two lovebirds recently because some girl [Mariah Yeater] claimed Justin was the father of her three-month-old baby! Can we say DRAMA?!
Mariah has since dropped her paternity case against Justin, so needless to say: “JUSTIN, YOU ARE NOT THE FATHER!” (in Maury Povich voice.) Whew!
That was a close call there! I don’t know about you guys, but if something like that happened to me, I wouldn’t know what to think or do. Having your love exposed to the world is hard enough as it is — and there will always be haters trying to bring down the love you have for one another.
You also start to wonder: Should you stand by your man and trust him, or should you let all of these rumors get in the way of your relationship? That’s a really tough call! So I would like to applaud Ms. Gomez for being so young — yet still so mature — and standing by her man while all this drama was taking place.
Being in the spotlight and having your relationship exposed to the world brings you to a place where tons of people can take advantage of you and make up lies to destroy your relationship, so it’s really hard to decide who’s telling the truth and who’s not.
I guess in closing, I’d just like to say that if you truly love someone, having trust is a huge factor in making the relationship work; if there’s no trust, you’re doomed from the get-go!
As for that little homewrecker, Mariah: Girl, go find the real baby daddy and stop trying to ruin other people’s relationships! Worry about your baby and be a good mom!
That’s it for today, kids! ‘Til next time, over and out!