Karrueche Opens Up About Relationship With Chris Brown [Video]
We sometimes live vicariously through a celeb as their life seems full of glitz and glam. We're blinded by the money, parties, and fashion; many times wishing we could trade places. However, being in the spotlight can make or break a lot of them, including Karrueche who's seen the good, bad and uglyof fame through her highly publicized relationship with Chris Brown.
"It’s different and its something that a lot of people won’t and will never understand. Which is why I get so much flack and hate because you know looking from the outside in it looks messy--Nobody knows the real story, nobody knows what I went through so," his current girlfriend told Global Grind's BlogXilla in a recent interview.
"It’s kinda hard and its annoying because these people just say whatever they want. Anything I do its like, ‘Oh you couldn’t launch you’re line you’re a dumb b…you’re wack’, just stupid stuff. Like you can’t even say my name or spell my name, first of all. I just try my best to ignore it and look on the positive side. At the end of the day, they don’t know who I am and they’re judging me based off their opinions, so I just try and stay on the positive side."
The designer also speaks on staying cognitive on how critical every move she makes is monitored. "Sometimes I hold back from tweeting certain things..sometimes you’re emotional and you want to tweet a lyric or whatever it maybe and sometimes I can’t do that because if I do then it’s like, ‘This means this and she must be going through this,’ it’s like what the hell?"
In the end, we may not understand her, but she's grown to better understand herself through her many public trials. "I’ve discovered myself a little more, personality wise. Just being put through certain situations, whether its being in the spotlight, heartbreak, friends coming and going, family. I’ve grown and I’ve matured and I kinda like that. Even going back to like the haters and stuff; it’s messed up what they say but that’s made me stronger and its built me to who I am today and I’m completely fine with that."