The way she sees it, she’s just being more honest about their struggles, her trademark bluntness leaving her unable to do anything else.
“My thing is, everybody on social media acts like relationships is perfect,” she continued to Vogue. “And that’s crazy to me. I’m around so many women, and there’s always a woman talking about how she loves her man, but her man is not financially stable, or she has a problem with his mom, or the sex is not as good anymore. Everybody has issues.”
Not that she has to justify herself to anyone.
With all due respect to the fans she’s been collecting in droves since “Bodak Yellow” hypnotized the nation, “My relationship—my marriage—is not for them,” she told People in early 2019 as word spread of her decision to give her man another chance after he’d admitted to “partaking in activity that I shouldn’t have been partaking in” for the second time in their nascent marriage.