By Sanetra Richards
Sushi and conversation, perhaps? According to UsMagazine.com, Justin Bieber and Kendall Jenner were spotted having dinner with their friend Hailey Baldwin on Monday, April 28th at the Nobu 57 in midtown Manhattan. The source went on to say the casual date lasted for about two hours and was filled with sushi rolls and miso soup. Afterwards, Bieber was the first to leave, and then Baldwin, the daughter of actor Stephen Baldwin, and Jenner dispersed. All of this comes shortly after the mini dispute that made headlines between the 20-year-old singer’s ex Selena Gomez and Jenner sisters. Following their Coachella hangout, Gomez unfollowed her “BFFs” and on-again-off-again boyfriend on Instagram without any explanation. “Selena said the Jenner girls were flirting with Justin and his crew. She was pissed and overracted,” an insider told Us in the May 12 issue. Another source said, “They had an issue but they have cleared it up. [Selena] has always liked the Jenner girls. They had been fans of Selena since they were young.”
What are some ways to keep drama from affecting your relationship?
Opinions of others and outside drama can have a certainly have a way of tainting the relationship if you and your partner do not know how to avoid it. Cupid has a few tips on how to steer clear of the drama:
1. Keep away: Do not put you and your partner in environments or situations where you may begin to question your relationship just because of what others may have said. Also, do not involve yourself in any conflicts that are not related to you (or your relationship) — this includes spreading malicious information about others or simply sharing an offensive opinion. It could all backfire and cause harm between you and your significant others when you least expect it.
2. Open up: Inform your partner of any concern you may have that is caused by drama. Let them know you are worried about the negative effects that come along with it and the damage that could be done to your relationship if proper precaution is not taken.
3. Brush it off: Try your best to not let the outside forces affect your relationship. Do not be afraid to laugh at it every once in awhile. Eventually, you and your partner will find that it is nothing to worry about.
How do you keep drama from affecting your relationship? Share your thoughts below.