John Cena Made Girlfriend Sign 75-Page Contract Before Moving In
In this day and age, a man can never take too many precautions when it comes to dealing with predatory females who are considered divine creatures and eternal victims by the court system. Especially, a woman who has been assimilated to the prevailing Anglobitch culture in a nation reeling from third-wave feminism.
WWE star John Cena is reported to have made his girlfriend Nikki Bella sign a 75-page contract before moving in. Of course, the mainstream press is chiding Cena’s decision to financially and legally protect himself from the well-known flightiness of women now that the two have split and she can’t frivorce rape him or receive other compensation. (If you read TNMM or other manosphere writers you know well women always want to be paid for sex, whether turning tricks on the corner or manipulating their way into marriage.)
Nikki complained about Cena’s decision to a sympathetic mainstream press before she moved in. All that’s missing from Nikki’s interview is a handkerchief and “My Heart Bleeds for Thee” playing on the violin. Fox News reports:
“I just don’t understand it. I just don’t know what to feel. I’m so confused,” Nikki said, according to People. “It kind of makes me second-guess where John and I stand in our relationship. I love John but maybe he knows that he doesn’t want to be with me forever?”
“Is that all I’m ever going to be in [John’s] heart, is a guest? Am I ever going to have that permanent spot in the rest of [his] life?” she said after seeing the contract.
It seems our boy John knows what users women are, and how feckless they can be when it comes to their relationships with men. And, how money hungry they become once a breakup happens. John’s mistrust of Nikki was prudent.
The contract stated Nikki Bella — who announced her split with Cena this week — would have to vacate the home immediately if the WWE stars broke up.
Knowing how unreliable American chicks are, Cena moved to protect his finances and personal property from the wrath of women who think they’re entitled to steal both once they get “tired” or “bored” in a relationshit.
Fox News doesn’t say who broke up with who, but women initiate the vast majority of breakups after they’ve extracted the money, status or resources they want from their male prey or, like a kitten, another shiny object (a higher status male) catches their eyes. Cena defended his decision to protect himself from a vicious legal system and a misandrist culture:
Cena [explained] the agreement was done to protect his finances so he can support his family members.
“You met my family. You think my mom paid for that house herself? She didn’t. My brother lives in that house, they’re expecting a child. My younger brother, he’s got medical problems. I make sure he’s okay. I always tell them, I’m a horrible brother, but I try to be the best provider that I can,” Cena said in 2016. “I just don’t want to ever be in a position where that’s in jeopardy.”
Cena apparently caught on to the predatory female game after a previous divorce.
Cena was previously married to Elizabeth Huberdeau but got divorced in 2012 after three years.
“Having been through that process, here is how I view it. It is like buying a handgun for home defense. It gives you a sense of security, and it gives you a failsafe in case something happens,” Cena said. “And those who buy a handgun for self-defense pray, pray they never have to use it. Without it, it’s a dog fight.”
It’s worse than a dog fight, it’s a suicide mission in Anglo culture. Women can mow a man down like a scythe through fresh spring grass in court.
Take note, men. Letting a woman move in these days is a really bad move, but if you really must have a steady supply of sex and empty female companionship have her sign a contract stating she’s just a house guest before she moves in.
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