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When Kim Mathers recently appeared on ABC Channel, I found it very much understandable from her point of view to try to clear her bad image in the public s eye. Like I said it in my last article, Kim Mathers made some valid points regarding her past and what she actually went through. Married life with a public perfomer cannot be viewed through pink glasses. I do believe that it has its many negative sides.
However, I find it despicable that Kim Mathers comes on Mojo to talk about her sex life with Eminem.
I do consider that what happens behind closed doors in a bedroom should be kept in the bedroom. No matter if your boyfriend/husband is a famous man or not, I find it unfair to display your sex life on a public media.
What happened between Em and Kim is really none of our business, period.
Don t prompt to misquote me: I am not taking sides in this story. When a couple argues, the truth often lies in the middle of both parties. I don t care to know about who-whether Em or Kim- is wrong or right in this story.
But I do think that Kim is very wrong to insist about her ex husband s weak sexual performances and to state publicly that he is an horrible person.
I keep asking myself if Kim is trying to cover herself against a possible diss on an upcoming record, because she bashes Eminem in a very merciless manner.
Come on, Kim…if Eminem was that much of an horrible person, you probably wouldn t have a kid in common.
If Marshall was that much of a monster, he probably wouldn t have raised your twin sister s kid and your second daughter with you either. And I think you would never have married him twice if it was really the case.
For her daughters sake, I think that Kim should have kept her mouth shut in public. No matter if they are listening to Mojo or not, sooner or later, she takes the risks for her words to come to her kids ears.
Marshall has been wiser in that way, because he didn t want to wash his dirty laundry in public. I respect that.
Knocking out an ex in a bitter wish for revenge can look sweet, but it might leave a sour aftertaste in your mouth. When kids are involved in a divorce, parents should avoid using their personal arguments as deadly weapons, because kids are the most likely to carry the scars of a bloody couple revenge.
Kim Mathers should definitely think about it as far as I am concerned.
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