On Centric TV.com, for example, the comments have been painfully cynical.
The general consensus is that Birdman is not good enough to date the likes of Toni Braxton.
From the moment rumors began to swirl that R&B legend Toni Braxton is dating rapper and hip-hop mogul, Birdman, there's been a great deal of fascination, and dare one say, obsession over their alleged love affair.
While the purported couple has never confirmed (nor denied) their relationship, their public sightings--from Braxton's concerts to Birdman's hometown of New Orleans--and more recently sitting side-by-side at the BET Awards, all but affirm their romance.
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His eyes squint when he laughs, an infectious sound that echoes through the living room of his modest apartment in Jamaica, Queens.
Settling back into his sofa, he rested a leg on the seat, ready to open up about his upcoming date.
But the craze over Braxton and Birdman's alleged relationship isn't the typical celebrity allure that comes with two famous people courting before the cameras.
Birdman, 47, and Braxton, 48, have instead been met with harsh criticisms, some of which shallow and unfounded to say the least.
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