3 Reasons Why Trina Needs To Move On From Kenyon Martin
It’s happened to the best of us. You meet a guy you feel you really connect with and for a while things are good, great even, you’re floating on cloud nine with no intentions on coming down. Then it happens. You break up, and suddenly you find yourself hurt crying and holding on to someone who has clearly let go. On the latest episode of “La La’s Full Court Life” Miami rap diva Trina finds herself in just that situation. As La La tries to convince a heartbroken Trina to move on from her relationship with NBA baller Kenyon Martin, Trina desperately tries to hold on to the past using one lame excuse after another for why her and Kenyon’s relationship may not be over for good.
We’ve all been there, so we get where Trina’s coming from, but we here at Vibe Vixen think it’s time for a vixen like Trina to leave her baggage at the door and step out into her new life, and here’s three reasons why.
It’s Been Eight Months
On the episode La La mentions that it’s been eight months since Trina and Kenyon have gone their separate ways. Eight months!! I’m all for a mourning period, but if after eight months he hasn’t even attempted to try and work things out it’s safe to say your relationship is dead and buried in the graveyard. Trina needs to wipe the tears, file away the memories and get back out there. Sitting around whining over a man that isn’t whining over you is just bad news. We say on to the next one!
She’s Blocking Her Future By Staying In Her Past
When you break up with someone you truly care for it’s hard to not dwell on the good times and the shoulda, woulda, couldas, but entrenching yourself in the past does nothing to help your future. Even if Trina and Kenyon do get back together, the relationship might still be doomed because instead of working on moving herself forward and bettering herself, she’s been sitting around replaying the “good ‘ole days” in her head wondering where things went wrong. To get back together without any growth having occurred is a recipe for disaster. Trina needs to close the door to that chapter in her life and look ahead at all the wonderful possibilities love is laying out for her.
Ummm Hello?! She’s ‘Da Baddest B*%#h!
From the minute Trina exploded onto the scene she’s claimed one thing with a matter of certainty…that she is, and always will be ‘Da Baddest B*%#h.’ With that title across her chest, Trina can have her pick of any guy on either coast, so why sit around waiting on a guy who clearly doesn’t know a good thing when he sees it. Bad b*%#hes don’t chase, they get chased and if Trina really is the bad b*%#h she claims she is she’ll point Kenyon to the left (cue Beyonce) quit the sulking and get back out on the dating scene where she belongs.