Boris and Nicole have been long-standing relationship goals to many people, and that’s why it was a surprise to hear the internet said they were “canceled.”
It all stemmed from an Instagram Live Video where Boris and his wife Nicole sat down with their friends Chris and Vanessa Spencer. In the video, Nicole admitted she missed the boyfriend, girlfriend energy in the relationship, and wanted to find more ways to keep their relationship fresh.
Married in 2006, Parker said in the last year she had yearned for the connection she used to have when Boris used to court her back in their “Soul Food” Days.
“Sometime in the last year or so I thought, you know, I wish that he was my boyfriend again,” she said.
“I don’t necessarily want to be single, but I miss the single life. I miss the text messages for no reason. I miss the coming up behind me when I’m scrambling eggs and just kissing me on the back of the neck.
“I’m general here, but I’m just saying there’s the trappings of being single,” she added.
The internet was in a frenzy because Boris literally sat there and ‘ate his food’ while she continued to express her feelings.
“You two (Chris and Vanessa) are really good-looking people, and you’re married, and we’re married. There’s people that flirt with you, and the part of the flirtation doesn’t necessarily make you go wayward, but part of the flirtation that even makes you look at your phone, or even in your workspace, is that they have like a freshness or a newness.”
These claims aren’t anything new as the coupe spoke with fellow married couple TI and Tiny about what they do to keep their marriage fresh as they are always looking for new ideas.
Ayesha Curry also expressed wanting to continue to feel desired as a married woman, and the Internet ate her up as well.
Boris was not going to sit slyly by as social media users felt the need to attack their marriage and say it won’t last, responded with an Instagram post-Tuesday night.
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Seasons in marriage change, and if you want to make it last, you will hit some bumps in the road. What do you guys think did the internet blow it out of proportion?