Jill Scott said she’s contemplating an open relationship, but Chilli had to disagree.
Jill revealed via Twitter on Wednesday afternoon that she’s mulling sharing her man. More acurately, she’s considering whether letting her boo sleep with other women would be a deal-breaker in her relationships.
"What do you think about open relationships? Been considering," she asked her 107,000+ followers yesterday. "Many friends are making it work. Not sure if I’m that girl but not sure if I’m not. Sometimes there’s an understanding that nobody else gets. For some it’s a turn on."
She added, "I’m certain of what I want and deserve. Still so many marriages fail. Worth the questions. Worth the thought."
Chilli wasted no time state her opinion on the matter, tweeting, "He!! Naw To Open Relationships!!!" The TLC singer, who has a notorious list of requirements for potential lovers, was vehement in her convicition to keep her relationships exclusive.
Actor Brian White co-signed with Chilli’s sentiments, tweeting, "Thoughts? RT @TaP_Ent: a woman doesn’t consider an open relationship unless she has been hurt, isn’t getting what she needs or is being spiteful." Chilli finished the though by replying, "@actorbrainwhite or just trying to please her wack a$$ boyfriend"
Instead of sticking around and just being one of many, Chilli advised women to "be strong and get the heck outta there! Your life and self respect is depending on it." The "What Chilli Wants" star didn’t think it was enough to discuss open relationships, via Twitter, though. She had to reach out and touch Jill and have a conversation, woman-to-woman.
"I’m about to call you cuz you can’t be in nobody’s OPEN relationships!!" Chilli wrote. "Talk about a horrible situation!!! So answer your phone!!"
It’s not clear whether Jill and Chilli ever got on the phone with each other, but about an hour after her initial tweet, Jill stated, "Ok. Try this. The love of ur life cheats and is honest about it. Ur life w/him/her is everything u want but monogamous. Do u stay?"
That’s a good question. Why don’t you tell us: What are your thoughts on open relationships?