Metrosexual rapper Big Sean, 26, has reportedly split from his fiancée, “Glee” actress Naya Rivera.
According to the NY Daily News, the couple called off their engagement after the "Control" rapper allegedly cheated on Rivera.
"After careful thought and much consideration, Sean has made the difficult decision to call the wedding off," a rep for Big Sean, whose real name is Sean Anderson, told Us Weekly.
According to other sources, Sean was scared off by Naya's aggression and frequent outbursts whenever she couldn't get her way.
Cheating is one of the many aftereffects of Dopamine addiction. Dopamine is released in the brain whenever we encounter something pleasurable -- whether it is food, drugs, or sex.
Dopamine is one of the key neurotransmitters that controls the brain's pleasure and reward centers. Dopamine reminds us that we like something so we will often go back to the well and drink, so to speak.
Once the Dopamine fades, one or both partners seek outside sources of Dopamine supply such as drugs, alcohol, weed, chocolate -- or cheating with another sexual partner.
Love addicts often confuse the intoxicating effects of Dopamine for Love. It's easy to tell when a celebrity is under the influence of Dopamine (think Ciara and Future; Khloe and Lamar; Cara and Michelle Rodriguez, etc.)
Good things eventually come to an end when the Dopamine fades. When that happens, couples who believe their love has faded usually seek couples therapy -- not realizing they were never in Love in the first place.
It's a good thing Big Sean saw the writing on the wall and dumped Naya before she ruined his life.
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