Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick exchanged romantic text messages with a top aide, contradicting their denials in court that they had romantic ties, a newspaper reported.Gangsta D:
Kilpatrick is married, and Beatty was married at the time.
"I'm madly in love with you," Kilpatrick wrote on Oct. 3, 2002.
"I hope you feel that way for a long time," Beatty replied. "In case you haven't noticed, I am madly in love with you, too!"
"on Beatty's city-issued pager..."
WTF?!? Why would you do that on your work phone? Come on black people, let's get it together.
There are some things a cheating married man should never do. At the top of the list is telling another woman "I love you" in a way that can be saved, recorded, reproduced or recalled at a later time. Most wives can't deal with a cheating husband, but a cheating husband who tells the other woman "I love you"???
You might as well pack your bags.
Yep. Dude is pretty much a wrap. But then again, maybe he's reformed himself:)
Damn young blood. all the major black publications had high hopes for you. First the Fat Boys break up and now this!
People gotta start realizing that we live in the digital world. If your words, voice, actions are recorded they will come back to haunt you.
Whatever happened to the days of getting busted out in public. Now someone can track your texts, check your myspace page, research your cell phone history and it's a wrap....
Speaking of which, I probably need to stop emailing Amerie lol. I kid I kid
France, where cheating is an artform, has an interesting view. Phone bills do not show every digit of a number because cheating is so rampant. The policy seems to be "you mind your business, i'll mind mine".
In fact, there is even a name for it. "cinq à sept", literally translates to "5-7", the time most affairs take place right after work. It's used to refer to both the person and the meetup, in the same way we use bootycall.
Wanna go to france? Be careful. Wives are FAR more open-minded about extra-marital affairs than their american counterparts. You may not be the only one involved in a "cinq à sept". :-)
Europe really is the place to be, isn't it? Lol
It's definitely more open-minded. Bill Clinton would have never had a scandal there. Cheating is just not that big a deal over there (in france). I read a joke that said, "a french politician without a lover is like a gun without any bullets" because the perception is he's shooting blanks. I kid you not. We talk about all this stuff in french class.
Right now, their president, Nicolas Sarkozy, left his wife to be with Carla Bruni -- who's been linked to every hot rock star in the past century (Mick Jagger, David Bowie, etc). She's rich, Italian and speaks 3 languages fluently but the french think she's at best a groupie and at worst a whore. Yet she's about to be first lady. That's like George Bush leaving his wife and, while in office, publicly dating Jessica Simpson.
I gotta get to France. Those guys are 'bout it. Actually, they been 'bout it:)