Back Up! Women Who Accused Other Women Of Trying To Take Their Men

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Break Ups, CELEBRITY, Coupled Up
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Women Who Accused Women Of Trying To Take Their Men

Remember the song from Nivea, "Don't Mess With My Man"? Well it definitely has some real life application to it. No one likes feeling as if their boo is getting pressed up on by someone else, and it's especially embarrassing when it happens in the celebrity world for everyone to see. And these ladies weren't playing. Just take a look at these women who claimed their men were under threat and see how they responded. And see if they were right in their assumptions or not.
dwade-siovaughn Siovaughn Wade - She tried to press charges saying that Gabby was pushing up on her man while they were married but it hasn't been confirmed by anyone. Only laughed at.
jennifer anniston Jennifer Anniston - She accused Angelina Jolie of trying to steal Brad...um...and she was right.
'Ditch Fridays' Amber Rose - She accused Kim Kardashian of trying to step in on her relationship with Yeezy and she was totally right.
karrueche-chris-1 Karrueche - She wanted Rihanna to back off...that didn't work out.
Met Gala J. Lo - She wanted to keep Kim Porter from Diddy and thought they were still in love.
Teyana Taylor Abs shot Teyana Taylor - She just put Angela Simmons on blast for trying to get her man.
remy-v-new-years-eve-dinner-gabrielle-union-dwyane-wade-570x380 Gabrielle Union - She went on Twitter and told every groupie to back off from her man. We guess whatever works.
ciara Ciara - When she was dating Amar'e Stoudamire, she put a groupie on blast via text to keep her away.

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