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Big Sean’s ex Naya Rivera is crazy just like he said, gets charged for beating new bf

I assume it was pettiness at its finest and an unhealthy way of self-healing when Big Sean dropped his hit single “IDFWU” back in 2015.

During the time he had just divorced Glee star Naya Rivera, wherein which she turned around and married actor Ryan Dorsey three months later. My favorite line of the song goes as follows:

Yeah, and everyday I wake up celebratin’ shit
Why? ‘Cause I just dodged a bullet from a crazy bitch

Typical. Call the chick you leave behind ‘nuts’ to publicly dismiss emotion.

But after this past Saturday night, when Rivera was arrested and charged with misdemeanor domestic battery after an alleged altercation with her husband Ryan Dorsey, he may have been telling the truth the whole time.

As reported by local news station WSAZ, on Saturday night in Kanawha County, West Virginia, police responded to a domestic violence complaint from Dorsey who claimed that Rivera struck him in the head and face.

According to the reports, his bruises were consistent with his claims, and further evidence was backed up by the video taken during the alleged incident.

Rivera called off her divorce from Dorsey last month after a year-long separation, which is ironic, seeing that it was her father-in-law who paid her $1000 PR bond.

Shortly after the report came out, Big Sean took to his Twitter tweeting a video many are calling “shady.” The footage is of a little girl emphatically saying,

“I told y’all n—–. I told y’all n—–. Y’all thought I was playing, but I told y’all n—–.”

While we can chuckle now, seeing that Sean has found love and the presumed “bad guy” is in jail, we must overlook a blaring problem that exists: domestic violence against men.

Research conducted in an American Journal of Public Health report found that half of [violent relationships] were reciprocally violent.

In non-reciprocally violent relationships, women were the perpetrators in more than 70% of the cases. Meaning women initiate domestic violence more than men, men just under-report it.

If incidents such as Rivera’s are just laughed at and not addressed, men will continue to keep silent and women will continue to feel as if they can get away with putting their hands on men.

The public is not letting anything slide in 2017. We’re getting sexual offenders, racist, and even domestic violence out of the paint.

We’ll start seeing a lot more progress, once we start treating everyone with mutual respect.