It’s hard enough to have a relationship. But some of our male celebrities think they have some answers. Tyrese Gibson loves to take to Twitter to air out his opinions on just about everything and he’s also the best-selling author of the relationship advice book Manology with Reverend Run.

Former NFL star Chad Johnson has no book and no football career that we know of anymore (well, he did sign with a Canadian Football League team, but do we consider that a career, really) Evelyn Lozada’s ex-husband and the father of five, does have plenty of time to hang out on Instagram and do interviews and this week, he too, shared his views on relationships and why he, and most men, are just not monogamous.

He gave an interview to the Peter Bailey web series Nitecap.

Tyrese, also divorced with a daughter, says that reality TV is ruining people’s relationships and that people who watch them are subliminally finding fault in their own homes.

Hmmmmm, who’s ‘right?

Check out video from both celebs and let us know what you think. Do these two have any business talking about relationships? Are either of them even a little bit right?

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4 thoughts on “Who’s Right on Relationships? Tyrese or Chad Johnson? [VIDEO]

  1. I love hearing different peoples takes on relationships. It makes me realize that I love being who I am, a woman who after years of not really knowing what kind of relationship I wanted now in my forties; I can take or leave having a man in my life. The one thing I’ve learned in my relationships with men is that they could never give me the one thing I really needed. Just them, nothing else. I like Tyrese’s comments better than Chad’s.

  2. IanRousseault on said:

    Who in their right mind would listen to ANYTHING that these two would ever say??? One is a wife beater and a mediocre athlete and the other is a horrendous so call actor and a non singer! So what in the hell could either one of them have to say about anything, that anyone would ever want to hear??????

  3. Timekeeeper on said:

    The moment anyone takes sides on this, you have already fallen for they Okydoke. the enemy loves to split men and women apart by using gender related tv, movies, debates, etc,etc. Hence the avalanche of reality shows and relationship ( so called ) experts where bashing is almost always the order of the day. The enemy is loving it, as women continue to neck roll their way into superiority and men try to bling their way back into some awkward kind of respectability. Sin Is Not a Gender Specific Disease” believe, that!

  4. redbone1954 on said:

    Why would anyone listen to them Steve Harvey and all the rest of these people trying to speak on relationships??? All of them divorced separated whatever and giving advise? Who is listening to them better pull out your Bible it has instruction on rverything up to and including raising your children i don’t care how old it is the answers are there

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