Last month, Mary J. Blige caused a stir in the media when she claimed that her husband, Kendu Isaacs, can’t have any female friends. But now Blige has commented on her friendship rules and is explaining there’s more to the statement than fans know.
In her original interview with Stella magazine, Blige claimed about her marriage, “All females for me, all guys for him. There’s none of that, ‘Oh, that’s my female friend, Oh, that’s my guy friend.’ No, not in a marriage, I’ve never seen that work.”
However, in a recent interview with Wendy Williams, Blige clarified her statement and explained that both she and Isaacs have opposite sex friends.
“But there was more said than that. … That thing was taken totally out of context. And you know, he’s had friends before me. And I know all of his female friends. They’re like his sisters so we’re all family.… But any of these new chicks and any of this new stuff … now you understand? And if they’re new we’ll all make friends, we’ll all be friends,” Blige shared.
Well that sounds more reasonable, and as we said before, every couple has to forge their own rules to make their marriage work. –nicholas robinson