Vawn has decided to share his tips, advice and overall dating expertise with women by writing a book titled, The Man U All Love, Need, Want & Hate! He decides to have a boy’s night out to get assistance writing his last chapter to complete the book with a Q&A session to be included in the book based on what the guys say verbatim.
After downing a few shots with the fellas, Vawn loosens up and shares his thoughts on cheating. He compares women to cars by stating, “You got four tires on a car, if it break[s] down and you get a flat what you got? A spare.” He makes it clear that he is very upfront with women. Him being a single guy he has the right to date multiple women as long as he is upfront and honest with them. He doesn’t believe in selling these women a dream. “I respect women so much that I do not lie… [saying] ‘I love you’ when you know you don’t love’em. Sending flowers when you know you don’t mean it.”
Tribble, who is a guest at the event, is shocked by Vawn’s credo and isn’t shy to express his disagreement in an open forum. Being an Alabama boy he believes in one man being with one woman at a time and dating several women at once is disrespectful. “Just because you’re being honest doesn’t make it okay that you can have sex with three and four women at a time.” Tribble feels it’s messing with women’s emotions and men should be more respectful and responsible once they have a woman’s heart.
Alex shows up and flirts with Vawn, who flirts back only a few feet away from Africa who attempts to act like the interaction isn’t bothering her one bit. Emily isn’t buying it and knows that Africa has feelings for Vawn.
Africa chooses to ignore Alex’s need for attention, but Emily approaches Alex immediately and tells her to back off of Vawn “Is that her boyfriend? Is there a ring or something?” Alex asks. Apparently Alex believes all is fair in love and war. At least no drinks were thrown this time. Expect a full on girl fight between Alex and Africa next week.
Is Vawn wrong for possibly dating Alex and Africa? What do you think of his dating philosophy?