October Has Been The Month Of Divorce and Breakups, Boosie Badazz Is Blaming Social Media For It

Boosie Badazz is seeing the growing trend of failed relationships, and he thinks he knows the reason for it. According to the Louisiana rapper, social media is the leading cause of relationships falling apart. After seeing a trend in divorces this month, could the southern rapper be right?

October is only in its second week, but we’ve already experienced two Tuesdays full of breakups. Last week Tia Mowry-Hardrict announced her divorce from Cory Hardrict after 14 years. While many are sad to see them go their separate ways, Tia is making it clear she could not be happier. After asking for privacy while they sort out their co-parenting situation, she has already shared a series of posts celebrating her “new chapter,” which she called “my turn.”

Miguel and Nazanin Mandi also announced their divorce last Tuesday. The pair had been together 18 years since they were 18 years old. They tied the knot three years ago but showed signs of issues last fall when they announced they would be separating. They reconciled earlier this year, but things seemed to still be unresolved, and Nazanin decided to finally pull the plug.

Yesterday we found out that Cynthia Bailey and Mike Hill are also going their separate ways. The match seemed like a perfect pair, with Cynthia proclaiming how similar they were. Unfortunately, they went into their first wedding anniversary last year with issues. Mike went on record to say he was not sure if they would make it to year two. That is precisely what happened, with the duo making the split official yesterday.

Lil Boosie just caught up with the guys on Drink Champs to talk about what he believes is the cause of most relationships ending. Boosie says that while Instagram has helped make millionaires out of many, it has also contributed to relationships falling apart. The rapper claims the platform ruined everything, but made more ways for people to make money.

Boosie thinks that people now have way too much access to each other, and women can see other men online doing more for their women and demand the same from their own men. He claims there is also pressure from other women because everyone is flaunting their lifestyles. “Now she got bout 30,000 n* to look at when you ain’t acting right.”

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