South Korea Okays Adultery, But Hollywood Already Did So
Did you hear that South Korea’s Constitutional Court struck down their “no longer useful” law that made adultery punishable by up to two entire years in prison? The law may have been created to protect women from being cheated on in a male dominated society, but over it’s existence has been used (many times) by people blackmailing married women who have cheated on their husbands. The removal of the law might make cheating a “free will,” but it definitely does not remove any sort of ethical responsibility. Although this may seem like a great thing for the ladies, leave it to the human race to f*** something good up. Share prices in condoms have risen since the decision, as did shares in pharmaceutical companies (you know, birth control). YIKES.
In America, there will never be enough birth control and condoms, but there will always be plenty of cheating celebrities. Imagine if the USA partook in the same adultery law as South Korea did!?! We’d have quite a few of our favorite entertainers behind bars. Lucky for them, you can do as you please (no matter how motherfucked up it is) when it comes to love in America. See our list of cheaters who woulda, coulda, shoulda been in South Korean jail. Tryna get y’all through the hard times with a lil LOL.
Wiz Khalifa cheated on Amber Rose
Kristen Stewart cheated on Robert Pattinson
Eric Benet Ramsey cheated on Halle Berry
Russell Brand cheated on Katy Perry
Lamar Odom cheated on Khloe Kardashian
Tony Parker cheated on Eva Longoria