Jennifer Hudson and her fiance David Otunga have been engaged since 2008. That is a very long time for an engagement so inquiring minds are wondering.
Interesting tidbit that I came across on a even more interesting site.
So we reached out to one of Jennifer’s FAMILY MEMBERS. They tell us, “[David] didn’t want to sign a prenup, and so they put the wedding on hold.”
Otunga is the son of a Kenyan father, Moses, and white American mother, Billie. Otunga holds a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Illinois and a law degree from Harvard Law School. Before being nicknamed “PUNK” on the reality show I Love New York, David worked for the Sidley Austin LLP law firm in Chicago, IL. Currently David is a WWE wrestler.
Many were surprised to see a contestant from a raunchy reality show dating an award winning actress. But Jennifer told MTV that she did not think it was fair to judge someone off of a show experience. Jennifer and Punk traveled in the same circles and were introduced by a mutual friend.
Seven months after meeting singer and actress Jennifer Hudson, David proposed marriage on Hudson’s 27th birthday. On August 10, 2009, Hudson gave birth to the couple’s first child, a boy named David Daniel Otunga, Jr .
J Hud has everything going for her right now. If their is any truth to the prenup story most people seem to be on Jennifer’s side stating that it would be wise for her to get David to sign a prenup. On one hand if you are truly marrying someone you love and you know they love you too, you are hoping you will spend the rest of your life together. But as one matures and goes through adult relationships most quickly learn that love is not forever. It can, does and will more than likely come to an end. So is a prenup a way of saying I know I’m in love right now, but just incase this ends, which it more than likely will, this is how much i’m willing to invest in that time and no more than that?
The funny thing is that when it’s the other way around and it’s a man with all of the money people are quick to say how wrong a man is for asking a woman to sign a prenup.
Jennifer said David had to prove himself and obviously he has proven himself.
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So why the prenup? (Kanye Shrug)
I asked women a while ago if they would take care of a man if they could afford to. Most women said yes. My question today is. If you decide you can afford to take care of a man and choose to do so would you require that he sign a prenup? Why or Why Not?
Men, what exactly are you saying to a woman when you ask her to sign a prenup?