Big Men Do Cry: Brooklyn Beckham Sheds Tears While Having A Discussion With Girlfriend And Defies The Stereotype
April 23, 2019 17:59 By Mambee
We live in a world where men aren’t allowed to be emotional. However, Brooklyn Beckham doesn’t seem to follow this notion, and it’s a woman that’s behind his watery eyes.
Who is Brooklyn’s girlfriend?
Who could this lady be, making a man cry in a society where an emotional man is labeled as weak?
It’s no other person than Hana Cross, a 21-year-old model who works with Select Model Management.
This young model is very beautiful and she has credited her beauty to taking lots of water and never plucking her eyebrows.
She prefers to keep it natural, that’s why it’s a big no for her when it comes to getting surgically enhanced lips.
Why cry, Brooklyn?
The young couple has been dating for about six months now and has had their fair share of rough times in their relationship.
Recently they have been spotted in a car having what appeared to be a heated discussion.
Several photos were taken where the young Beckham seems to be in tears. Cross, on the other hand, looked enraged in those photos.
She was seen pointing fingers at her boyfriend, and later sticking her knuckles in her mouth looking all emotional while Brooklyn was trying to speak with her.
We don’t know what exactly made both of them share a tear or two, but the young photographer has certainly assured everyone on his Instagram that they are fine.
You’ve heard that the apple does not fall far from the tree, and this very true to Brooklyn and his father, David Beckham, who does not miss an opportunity to shed a little tear.
After Brooklyn surprised his father by coming around for his 43rd birthday, the former soccer player became extremely emotional and cried.
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Seeing a man cry openly is not something you get to see every day, so we are going to treasure these moments.
Meanwhile here are reasons why men need to let those tears all out
Do you know that emotional tears consist of endorphins? Endorphins are responsible for all those positive feelings you get.
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And tears also contain natural painkillers, which are called enkephalin. If they are beneficial, then why bottle all those tears in?
Having a cry is really therapeutic and helps to resolve grief. Next time you see a man apologizing for having to cry openly, tap him in the back and say let it all out!