Oh Kehlani, you sly dog you. There's not many ways a person can become a sympathetic figure after cheating on someone on Instagram, but posting the aftermath of their ensuing suicide attempt might just be the best one. I fail to see how a girl - with unmistakable tattoos - can be pictured in bed with her ex-boyfriend while she's in a relationship with someone else and consider it a "misunderstanding", but that's neither here nor there.
We aren't in a place where we can be questioning Kehlani's side of the story. She's in a hospital bed for Christ's sake! She's trying to get healthy after committing the only selfish act she's ever committed in her entire life. Don't believe the blogs everyone. They don't know what happened. No one got cheated on. Just two former lovers laying in bed hand-in-hand. That's as innocent as it gets. I can't believe we forced Kehlani into trying to take her own life over an implication of foul play. Everyone on the internet calling her a whore and a slut when they didn't even witness penetration. Kehlani isn't a bad person. We are the bad people. We took a platonic moment between friends and made it out to be so much more than it was, and in the process we made a young, sick girl question her will to live. How could we do such a thing?
Hey, someone not named LeBron want to do me a quick favor and throw their arm around Kyrie Irving and tell him it's going to be alright? It might hurt pretty bad now, but he's definitely better off in the long run. The type of girl that openly cheats AND openly attempts suicide for the whole world to see on the same damn day isn't exactly marriage material. Those are like two of the most vulnerable situations a person can be in and Kyrie's ex just used them to get 'Likes'. If laying in bed with an IV in her arm after trying (and failing) to die made it through Kehlani's Instagram filter then anything will, and that's not the type of chick that an NBA player - with far too much to lose - should mourn over.