Uh oh! Here we go again! The latest drama that made it to the gossip blogs surrounding the relationship between Love and Hip Hop's Joseline Hernandez and Stevie J exploded first on twitter yesterday. To make matters even messier, Savannah, Stevie J's 18 year old daughter, is now involved in the mix. If you haven't been following the latest episodes, Savannah was angered by the rumor that Joseline made up involving Stevie and Mimi Faust's 7 year old daughter, Eva. In efforts to squash their beef, Joseline and Savannah met up to have a conversation. As predicted, things went totally left and more fuel was added to the fire! The continuation of their feud aired on Love and Hip's latest episode. Well, it appears that Joseline and Savannah are still going at it since the taping of that episode. Here's what Joseline tweeted, referring to Savannah:
Now I have seen and heard a lot of vulgar and disrespectful things that come out of Joseline's mouth, but I was still pretty shocked to see what she tweeted to her "husband's" daughter. In my opinion, it was out of line! Speaking that way to anyone, much less her "step daughter" is out of order. It made me think about how singles need to be careful about who they fall in love with. There are many signs that need to be observed before committing. Here's one...
When dating someone, be sure to observe how they treat their loved ones. It could be a clear indication of how they could eventually treat you and your family. I'm sure that Stevie witnessed occasions when Joseline was disrespectful to her family and/or close friends. Instead of just considering those as being isolated incidents, he should have realized a trend and thought about how her disrespectful behavior could be later aimed towards his children. I know it's easy to fall in lust with the physical but we have to look beyond that. It's important to make sure that your partner shares the same values as you. If your family is near and dear to your heart, you need to find a partner that feels the same way about theirs. By finding that in your partner, you have a better chance of them respecting and valuing the relationships that you share with your loved ones. Trust me, I'm speaking from experience on this one and I learned the hard way. Having common values are essential in building a firm foundation for a healthy relationship. Of course you don't have to share everything about each other in common but your core values should align.
Moral of the story is: If your potential bae doesn't share your values, it's time to move on.