In every relationship one person loves the other partner more. That fact was evident when Russell Wilson and his wife, Ciara participated in GQ magazine's pre-Valentine’s Day "Modern Love" relationship issue.
The Seattle Seahawks quarterback and his pop singer-turned homemaker wife participated in "The Couples' Quiz" in which each partner asks the other questions about themselves that their partner should know.
"What's my biggest fear?" Russell asked Ciara, who responds, "Is it L-O-S-I-N...?" But before she could spell out the word "losing," Russell said, "Yes, losing you."
Russell's female fans swooned over his undying devotion to his wife. But the men on one forum had a different perspective on Russell's answer.
Some men referred to the effeminate quarterback as a "simp" who is more in love with his wife than she is with him.
"If i was his parent i would have a stern talking with him. Ol simpy mcsimp [sic]," wrote one commenter on the male-domination forum theColi.com.
"Yeah, that brother is starving," wrote another commenter.
Another commenter gave a more detailed analysis, noting that Russell "leveled up" to Ciara.
"Russell seems like a good guy, but she has his nose wide open," writes Crude Superstar.
"You can tell he didn't have anything near her caliber before he became this all pro football player and one of the most recognizable faces in the NFL.
What's funny about that is Ciara isn't anything special. She might have a dynamite personality, but chances are he just leveled up and she also realized that she isn't getting anything better than him either so she's on her absolute best behavior.
Going from a guy like Future to Russell must be like daylight and dark."
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