Amara La Negra has been receiving a ton of praise since her debut on Love & Hip Hop Miami. Her appearance on The Breakfast Club last week caused controversy over the radio crew's apparent ignorance about colorism within the Latinx community. However, she also gave her thoughts on relationships and infidelity during the show, which was overshadowed by Charlamagne and DJ Envy’s uncouthness
She told the listeners the following:
“God forbid I were to be with a man, and he were to cheat or be with another woman,” she said. “As long as I don’t know about it…what can I tell you? If I find my man and my man cheats on me, and I’ve invested time in you, and I gave you all of this, I don’t think I would just leave you. So I’m going to leave you so some other b—h can have you? [Laughs] Not! You’re going to wash it up and stay right here. You’re going to suffer with me.”
“How do you think relationships last 50, 40 years?” she continued. “C’mon. So if you were to do it, I’m not going to let you go. I’ll let you go when I feel I’m ready.”
To the singer, with some men, cheating is a mistake as opposed to a habit. If he’s been a good partner despite slipping up, she doesn’t see infidelity as a deal breaker.
“Honestly, I feel there are really good men out there,” she said. “If you mess up one time, I don’t know, twice or something like that and you really are a good man, you’ve been good to me through the good and the bad, I don’t think because you [indecipherable], I should let you go. I would think about it. I’m going to make you miserable for a while, know that.”
But infidelity that turns into a child with someone else? Now that’s a deal breaker.
“That’s it,” she said. “That’s too much.”
Do you agree with her, or can cheating quickly become a habit if you allow it?