By: Amanda Anderson-Niles
The Dream might be one of the best producers in the game right now, but he’s also one of the most outspoken as well. You can always count on The Dream to say exactly what’s on his mind, and he will deliver that same rawness into every piece of music he writes and creates. Although he’s struck gold in music, his personal life and past relationships with women hasn’t been so lucky. The producer has divorced two times (Nivea and Christina Milian) and his last very public split from Milian was nothing but drama. Eventually things got so bad between the both of them that he ended up slamming her on Twitter and accusing her of sleeping around for tracks. He later told his fans he was going to learn how to stop airing his dirty laundry out on Twitter, but he’s still very opinionated when it comes to his interviews.
The Dream has since moved on from Christina Milian and now he’s in another committed relationship. Although his new woman’s reputation has already been questioned, he tells Sister 2 Sister Magazine that he’s not thinking about marriage not because of what people say about his new girl, but more so because he feels it’s pointless. According to The Dream, although he would eventually get married again and likes the idea of marriage, he feels there’s no need to marry her at this point since he’s already smashing and getting the same perks:
“…I like the idea of it. I have this book I’m writing about how, as blessed as I am, how I could have a girlfriend; I could have kids with her, chill out and that’s my girl. We woo-woo-woo, whatever it is, and get all of the same things that you get when you’re married to someone. It probably didn’t work years go, but why get married? What do they say? ‘Get the milk without the cow.'”
Interestingly enough, he does go on to say he feels people change for the worst when they get married and just don’t have the dedication needed to make it work most of the time:
“But that word “marriage” changes who you are. Immediately you’re not that forgiving and it’s just like, “We fought all the time when we were boyfriend and girlfriend and we never broke up.” You have a good fight when you’re married and it’s like, ‘I’m out of here. Peace!’ It’s like it gets more fragile when it’s supposed to be stronger.”