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With baby number two on the way, Omarion and Apryl Jones’ marital status is a hot topic of conversation among Internet critics and fans.

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Because we live in an era, when thumb-thugging trolls feel entitled to share their opinions about the personal lives of the celebrated, Apryl and Omarion’s boyfriend/girlfriend situation is just not enough for some people who think they should be married.

We fell in love with Omarion and Apryl on the first season of Love & Hip Hop Hollywood. They’re strong relationship, personified Black love. We were left oohing and awing after we watched O coach Apryl through the water birth of their first child. The comforting moment will go down in history as one of the most romantic reality TV moments of all time.

And the romance between the two continues. Yesterday, O surprised Apryl for her birthday, bringing a luxurious spa experience to their home. It was another moment for the books.

While some (myself included) felt warm and gooey inside watching the Snaps, one fan made this observation.

Typically, I would roll my eyes at said comments and keep scrolling down TheShadeRoom’s Instagram feed until I find a story worth caring about. But something about this #clapback prompted me to think, is this Twitter troll… dare I say it? Right?

I don’t think it’s fair to answer that question when it’s ultimately Apryl and Omarion’s decision. However, I do think said aforementioned troll makes a valid point.

Do you think Omarion will ever marry Apryl?


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