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Delusional. Absolutely delusional. I have about as much faith in monogamous celebrity marriages as I do in the 76ers making the playoffs this year. Believing that Iggy and Young’s relationship will last under the monogamous pretense is like investing in Blockbuster Video–it’s a futile effort.
Marriage is difficult enough when you’re not away from our partner for half the year and when the hottest humans in each city are lined up at your hotel room door looking to give you their best performance. Jose Canseco claimed back in 2005 that the one of the only baseball players he knows doesn’t cheat on his wife was Roger Clemens. Which HAS to be bullshit, but the point remains, the temptation has got to be oppressive.
For Iggy to truly believe this is a one-off incident is like believing Johnny Manziel will join a monastery. My life motto is if you lower your standards for yourself and other people, you will only be impressed with the outcome.