Omarion Says Traditional Marriage Is A Business Concept, Questions Monogamy

 Omarion Says Traditional Marriage Is A Business Concept, Questions Monogamy

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Now we all remember Omarion telling us back in ‘06 that he has an icebox where his heart used to be. And we’re pretty sure the latest with his ex Apryl Jones only added another layer of ice to that unbothered heart of the R&B singer.

Recently, O sat down with “Sway in the Morning” and talked about not wanting to be married in the traditional sense and whether or not monogamy is his thing. Omarion shared that he doesn’t believe in the traditional concept of marriage.

For him, finances are a major determining factor because he doesn’t want the possibility of his partner taking half of what he’s worked for all because they didn’t work out romantically. Then, when asked about monogamy, O said:

“I don’t know that I’ve been motivated or inspired to feel like I can be with one woman. I don’t know that one woman has rocked my world like that, where I feel like, oh yo. I’m definitely a faithful person, I stand by my words and what Imma say Imma do, but that’s a tricky question. I believe in it, though. I believe in it, but I don’t know that it’s [for me].”

With such high rates of infidelity these days, do you guys agree with Omarion?

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Via #ONSITE Contributor @Carmen.Roxanna ✍? _____________________________________________ Now we all remember Omarion telling us back in ‘06 that he has an icebox where his heart used to be. And we’re pretty sure the latest with his ex Apryl Jones only added another layer of ice to that unbothered heart of the R&B singer. Recently, O sat down with "Sway in the Morning" and talked about not wanting to be married in the traditional sense and whether or not monogamy is his thing. _____________________________________________ Omarion shared that he doesn't believe in the traditional concept of marriage. For him, finances are a major determining factor because he doesn't want the possibility of his partner taking half of what he's worked for all because they didn't work out romantically. _____________________________________________ Then, when asked about monogamy, O said: “I don't know that I've been motivated or inspired to feel like I can be with one woman. I don't know that one woman has rocked my world like that, where I feel like, oh yo. I'm definitely a faithful person, I stand by my words and what Imma say Imma do, but that's a tricky question. I believe in it, though. I believe in it, but I don't know that it's [for me]." _____________________________________________ With such high rates of infidelity these days, do you guys agree with Omarion? Is the institution of marriage dead? Does monogamy even still exist?

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