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It’s really mature of you to roll with the idea that your boyfriend’s ex-wife is still his bestie.  Even more mature of you to marry him, knowing that his ex-wife is his bestie.  But is it crossing the line when she is his go to when she needs money, even after you married him?

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Well this woman say’s she stayed in her lane as it pertained to her man’s relationship with his ex up until they got married now she is saying “hold up playa, you still giving her money, and ya’ll’s kid is grown”!?  But before she jumped all the way out there she wrote in to Sam Sylk, radio host of The Sam Sylk Show on 93.1 WZAK during his daily 1 pm Reality Hour segment, to get a brotha’s point of view.

Check out the good news Sam Sylk had for her below.

Dear Sam

My now husband of a year has been divorced from his son’s mother for 21 years. So needless to say their son is grown. They have not attempted getting back together in many years but have maintained a pleasant relationship, mostly on the phone. He says that, while he loves her as the mother of his child and respects her for bringing up his son in a loving, appropriate home, he has no romantic interest in her whatsoever. My issue is he is her go to person for money. She never remarried and she doesn’t have any family here, at least that’s my understanding. But what I don’t understand is him having to help her financially as much as he does. I don’t mean to sound petty but he is married again shouldn’t he cut the cord from her now?

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