CHEATING ACTIONS OF BRUTHAZ CAN CAUSE DEADLY REACTIONS!!!

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First and foremost, Bruthaz who cheat pay less attention to the fact that their impulsive narcissistic deeds are painful and unpleasant.  When lust uses logic in order to kick emotions out of a relationship, whether causal or committed, hurt feelings in due course shall ensue.  Ingenious clowns wish and hope no one gets hurt, but this is not a shrewd preventive measure.   Cheaters are oblivious to the power of their actions.   When caught they appear more ignorant to the hidden impact of all parties involved mental state and if they are never caught they are unaware that all Bruthaz have tells.

Now many use Ancient principles as a guideline since Bruthaz of olden times were allowed to enjoy several wives plus numerous concubines.  Monogamy is considered a disease which means it puts a body at dis – ease (not at ease).  This mentality justifies cheating, but as a Hue-man we will do what our will leads us to do.  Infidelity loves to reminisce about the good old days while casting away a decent present which leads to a healthier future.  Cheating is a set behavior pattern of going against the contract of marriage or the agreement of a monogamous promise, and we all understand the thrill of breaking rules.

Truthfully, unfaithful Bruthaz seeks attention thru physical contact to sidestep emptiness or an unresolved void in their lives.  What are they searching for?  Many Bruthaz pursue respect, thoughtfulness, kindness, responsiveness, a caring soul, someone who cooks, raw erotic sex escapades, some need a vacation from frustrated love, most worship Sistaz that listen, a few dislike the voice of a nagging wife, and the biggest culprit is the settler with a mound full of regrets.  But what they fail to realize is that the unhappiness of the old Sista will become equal or more anxiety and misery with the new-fangled Sista (z).

Please discern the article below and remember all actions cause a reaction:

The lover of a former football player kidnapped and then killed his wife before turning the gun on herself, authorities said.

Lisa Brown, 49, allegedly kidnapped Sandra Barnett, 58, from her Clayton, Georgia, home on Wednesday, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

The following day, Brown led police on a chase that crossed into Alabama’s Cleburne County before Brown shot and killed Barnett and then took her own life, authorities said.

Barnett is the wife of former Buffalo Bills player Buster Barnett.

“She was upset about a trip that his wife was going on with him and it was one she didn’t know about,” Clayton Police spokeswoman Charlene Watson-Fraser said.

ANAHEIM, CA - NOVEMBER 27:  Tight end Buster Barnett #84 of the Buffalo Bills tries to break away from a tackle as linebacker Mel Owens #58 of the Los Angeles Rams closes on him from behind during a game at Anaheim Stadium on November 27, 1983 in Anaheim, California.  The Rams won 41-17.  (Photo by George Rose/Getty Images)
ANAHEIM, CA – NOVEMBER 27: Tight end Buster Barnett #84 of the Buffalo Bills tries to break away from a tackle as linebacker Mel Owens #58 of the Los Angeles Rams closes on him from behind during a game at Anaheim Stadium on November 27, 1983 in Anaheim, California. The Rams won 41-17. (Photo by George Rose/Getty Images)

Neighbors told police they noticed Brown’s Dodge Durango outside Barnett’s home the day of the alleged kidnapping, WXIA reports.

Carroll County Sheriff’s deputies later noticed the Durango on Interstate 20 and gave chase.

On the day she died, Brown was on probation for kidnapping her child, whom she lost in a custody battle in Texas, according to Yahoo Sports.

 

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~Brutha Fleat~

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