Kevin Durant's And Monica Wright Says They Broke Up Over Religious Beliefs!

In my opinion, you got to give up something to follow Christ, there's no way around that fact. You can't follow Christ dragging the world with you, you got to make a choice.  So the question becomes, should one's religious beliefs be a factor in choosing a partner? And are differences in those beliefs a good reason to end a relationship? What Do You Think?

According to the internet, Kevin Durant and Monica Wright seemed like the perfect couple and when the two split earlier this year, many wondered what could have been the problem. During the Minnesota Lynx Faith & Family Night Monica opened up about her split with KD. She talks about her Christianity and how KD did not make personal changes in his life to accommodate her faith.

 "I was engaged last year and it kind of changes that relationship big time because I was going in a direction that unfortunately a lot of people aren't willing to sacrifice their lifestyle for."

 Aside from unconfirmed rumors that he flies random groupies out for sex, KD seems like a nice guy. I wonder what lifestyle changes he didn't make that they were unable to work through.


  1. Your faith is YOURS. Of you and your partner are not in agreement about it, it's BEST to walk away. I'm NOT FEELING how she's throwing KD under te bus, though, but that's just my opinion. The Scripture asks, "How can two walk together except they agree?" They made the right call.

  2. This is something that should be discussed early on. That prevents stuff like this from happening.

  3. I feel like this is a gossip piece and dont necessarily like the tone in whicj it was written but you did ask a question to make it more of a topic piece. To answer ur question NO ppl should NOT marry if they disagree most especially if it deals w spiritual matters. Being unequally yoked is a SERIOUS matter.

  4. For the religious folks that think 2 different religious people won't work out, think again. I personally know a couple, one Muslim and one Christian, that have been married longer than any of you could even think of being. It's not the religious beliefs, it's the person behind it.

  5. Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness? (2 Corinthians 6:14 KJVA)

  6. It baffles me how well two can compliment each other in every way and work so eloquently until religion comes up. Keep in mind your religion didn't tell you anything about the person that you chose to love and grew to adore ,however when the topic came up the separation begin and all of the great qualities of that person no longer matters. It's funny because religious people have an high divorce rate go figure! If your religion had real foresight then you should have never gotten involved and avoided all of this in the first place but it didn't . It's these ideas that separates us from each other.

  7. If you cannot walk with unity in you faith it will be a deal breaker. Don't set yourself up for that kind of grief. " Don't be unequally yoked!" "Where two or three come together in my(Christ's) name, I will be with you."

    If a walk of faith is right for you, do not get involved with some one who does not agree with it or you in this matter. There is someone out there who will walk with you on your faith. Don't settle!


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