We're So Tired Of Men Thinking Women Should 'Ride Or Die' For Them

When Gucci Mane proposed to Keyshia Ka'oir last year, the internet (well men) were up in arms about how Gucci rewarded her with commitment for her loyalty.

If your MCM thinks that commitment is a reward in an adult relationship, girl... 

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We just want to have a few words with whoever raised these men, just to find the source of the problem and nip it in the bud because we've honestly had enough. Yesterday, Gucci and Keyshia got married, and it looked like a beautiful ceremony and they seem really happy. As we were celebrating with them, some internet troll had to come and annoy us. 

Ceopapidon on Instagram declared: 

"Everyone wants this , but what y’all forget was she was with Wild Gucci , on drugs Gucci , cheating Gucci , in jail Gucci , publicity with other women Gucci | This is Gucci after therapy / rehabilitation |

This is a street man Groomed in his 30’s after he’s been at his lowest | Point is, this is a RIDER who knew what she signed up for | You bitches is with the next nigga after couple fights,"

First of all, he didn't even punctuate properly so why does he expect to be taken seriously?

Society actually expects women to nurture and groom men – stick it out until they grow up so they can reward said women with commitment: ride or die.

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There are rarely ever cases of men 'grooming' women and sticking it out until she decides to grow up (well except the creepy old men who date 'groom' really young women but that's a fight for another day), because women are just automatically supposed to 'be better.'

Men want women to share our magic with them, for the grand prize of commitment (which should be a given in a relationship, not a favor). If you didn't hear the first few times, we've had enough!

If you still don't understand what we mean, this Twitter thread should do the trick: 

Evil dictator of taste