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La La Anthony thinks most married people are 'miserable' and that people don't want to get married anymore

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La La Anthony thinks most married people are 'miserable' and that people don't want to get married anymore
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  • La La Anthony has claimed that most of the married people she knows are "miserable."
  • Anthony split from NBA star Carmelo Anthony in 2021 after over a decade of marriage.

La La Anthony has dished out her opinion on marriage, claiming that most of the married people she knows are "miserable."

Anthony made the claim while speaking with DJ Charlamagne Tha God on "The Breakfast Club" about her recent split from her longtime husband Carmelo Anthony.

The TV personality and actor married NBA legend Carmelo in 2010 but filed for divorce in 2021 amid allegations that he had been unfaithful.

The couple's life together had been chronicled in their reality television series, "La La's Full Court Life," between 2011 and 2014.

"I don't hear people who aren't married saying like, 'I wanna get married,'" Anthony told Charlamagne.

"You just start hearing it less and less. Like, before, that was a goal. I'm not in conversation with people who are like, 'I can't wait to meet someone and get married.'"

She added: "Most, I'm not saying all, I'm being careful with my words, most married people that I know are miserable. And not happy. And don't wanna be married."

In a separate appearance on "The Jennifer Hudson Show" last week, Anthony also said that her and Carmelo's son, Kiyan, is now "protective" of her dating again after the divorce.

"He doesn't like it. He doesn't like it at all," she said, adding in jest that Kiyan would prefer it if she stayed single.

"I'm just like, 'You just want your mom to be alone? Like, forever?' He's like, 'Kind of,'" she shared.

"But anytime his friends want to go out and do something, he's like, 'All right, Ma, see ya later. I'm going here.' I'm like, 'You just leave me in a heartbeat, but you don't want me to have anybody.'"




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