There was a penniless, wallet less, white boy in my house in the middle of North Philly with cuts and bruises and memory loss and all I had was a pocket knife, three bandages, and a cat to protect me. UPDATED 9/21
Justin Timberlake isn't the perfect man. He's made his mistakes and has his accomplishments. But when his wife is slowly being taken away from him, he decides to take a look back at his marriage. The good. The bad. And the ugly. Based off tracks from John Legend's "Get Lifed" album.
Sequel to Love & Trust Alonsha Daniels is back home in Los Angeles, trying to put her life back together. As she slowly, but surely gets herself back on track, she realizes that forgiveness is easier said than done.
Love and Trust. They come hand in hand, right? You can't have one without the other. That's what Alonsha lives by. Her excuse for her failed dates and rudeness towards the opposite sex. Why try to fall in love if you're never gonna trust the one you're with? Made sense, until her theory came back to bite her in the ass. . .
Just gonna stand there and watch me burn But that's alright because I like the way it hurts Just gonna stand there and hear me cry But that's alright because I love the way you lie I love the way you lie
Justin Timberlake had been though it all–the struggle with the beginning of NSYNC, the time when he and the other four guys ruled the world of boybands, then his own time at the top as a solo artist. King of the world by all rights in music and acting, he’d lived the life usually found only in dreams and fantasy, fully taking advantage...