The recent demise of the Bryant’s marriage brings up a subject that a lot of people would probably prefer to dodge. Rumor has it that some of the NBA wives hinted to Vanessa that her NBA superstar hubby was having a little too much fun off the court. But considering Kobe’s track record, it’s hard to imagine that his wife was secure with idea that he was consistently being faithful. It’s possible that she would have pushed for divorce without the help of the swirling gossip mill or the eager whispers of her counterparts.
So that brings us to the question of the day; would you consider it your duty as a friend to let her know that her man is betraying her or would you stay out of it and hope that she will figure it out eventually?
Some may argue that it depends on how close your friendship is since that will be your way of deciphering what your scorned friend’s reaction will be to the bad news. But do you want to be the middle man in such a scenario? It’s never easy to watch someone you care about ignorantly blissful of potentially devastating news, but it may not work in your favor to include yourself in the equation either.
In most cases the wives already have some inkling that their relationship is not on solid ground but they need that vital evidence to help confirm their nagging suspicions.
What do you think? Is it best to play the supporting role when all hell breaks loose or would you willingly be an accessory to your friend’s dissolved marriage?