Celebrity adultery scandals are so regular these days that we forget they're about real individuals dealing with real pain.
Some celebrities have had to publicly address their infidelity, whether they came clean on their own or were first exposed by others.
Kevin Hart confesses to cheating on his pregnant wife Eniko Parrish in a December 2017 interview with "The Breakfast Club" radio show.
"I'm going to address it," he said, "and I'm going to make my wife fully aware of what's going on in the situation that I've now placed us in." "And I'm hoping she has a big enough heart to forgive me and understand that this isn't going to happen again, so she can let me heal from my f—-ing huge mistake."
"That's what I'm trying to accomplish not only as a man, but also in giving a lesson to my son," he continued.
In addition, the star had earlier released a
Kris Jenner even shared some of the details in her memoir.
On a 2018 episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," Kris Jenner admitted that she had a boyfriend when she first got involved with Robert Kardashian.
"I actually had a boyfriend who was always out of town. His name was Cesar," Jenner said on the episode. "So while he was living on the road, I met Robert Kardashian. Robert came over one day when Cesar was out of town … Cesar came home to surprise me. So, well, it wasn't pretty. Not proud of it."
In her 2011 memoir, Jenner confessed to cheating on Kardashian as well — this time with a man who she calls "Ryan" in the book, but according to People, it was professional soccer player Todd Waterman.
"He kissed me and I kissed him back … I hadn't been kissed like that in 10 years," she wrote. "It made me feel young, attractive, sexy, and alive."
His infidelity was on full display with Beyoncé's "Lemonade" album and Jay-"Family Z's Feud."
In a 2018 interview with Van Jones, Jay-Z expanded on the violation and how they resolved it.
"For us, fighting for our love, for our family, was a no-brainer. To provide a different outcome for our children. To help black men and women end the cycle, "he stated "We were never a star couple; we were simply a regular couple who happened to be famous. We are real individuals with real lives."
4.Eric Benét's confessed to cheating on Halle Berry when they were married.
After cheating on his wife, Halle Berry, Eric Benét reportedly checked into a rehab program for sex addiction. The couple ultimately split in 2005.
That year he spoke with People magazine about the relationship and his infidelity.
"We all know I cheated," he told the publication. "It was out there. It's a betrayal. But I never did have sexual intercourse with anyone while I was with Halle."
He continued, "Going into rehab was presented to me by her mother that in order for the marriage to have a shot, this is what you need to do … But I'm not a sex addict.
5.Lamar Odom admitted that he is sorry for cheating on Khloé Kardashian.
Lamar Odom has acknowledged to having several affairs.
Lamar Odon had several relationships throughout his marriage to Khloé Kardashian.
He apologized for his infidelity in a 2017 interview with Us Weekly.
"Having many affairs with different ladies was one of the things I regret when I was married," he stated. "That wasn't really a stand-up move. I wish I had been able to keep my d—- in my pants."
6.Award winning DJ and producer, Kabelo “Prince Kaybee” Motsamia has publicly admitted that he has been cheating on his girlfriend, Zola Mhlongo. Taking to his Twitter page, Prince Kaybee issued an apology to his girlfriend after screenshots of his alleged affair were made public.
“I cheated, I humiliated my girlfriend publicly. To the people I have disappointed, the businesses I represent, my girlfriend and my Mother I profusely apologise from the bottom of my heart,” he wrote
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