Somewhere, I assume, people love being married. Love it. It is probably a small town in the outskirts of Hastings, Nebraska, where families frolic together while kissing and hugging their significant other with butterflies dancing gingerly in the air between them.
Sadly, this world is not that of professional athletes, and we get to hear about scumbag stories weekly. Today, we have Tiki Barber, the man that once said in his own memoirs, “I want to be an honorable man, because that’s what I want (both my kids) to be. My family is everything to me,” has left his eight months pregnant wife (with twins!!) for Traci Lynn Johnson, a 23-year-old former intern.
Ahh, such puppy love.
“After 11 years of marriage, Ginny and I have decided to separate,” Barber said. “This decision was a painful one, but we are moving forward amicably and will continue to work together to raise our children with the love and dedication they have always known.” — The New York Post
“The love and dedication they have always known?” Like, you banging hot 23-year-olds while your wife is carrying around 40 pounds of baggage in her abs? That type of love? Gotcha.
Anyone with half a brain understands that every athlete in the world cheats, but when you read stories like this, you can actually see how certain people evolve over time. Tiki writes book about his life and family. Tiki yells about his father, complaining that he abandoned Tiki and the family and how he has “a hard time forgiving that.” Tiki does exact same thing.