Shawn Mendes on how he and Camila Cabello handle their arguments
Shawn Mendes gave a very candid interview to SiriusXM’s The Morning Mash Up about how he and his two-year-old girlfriend Camila Cabello argue – and how they don’t let their fights destroy their relationship.
“We’re definitely fighting and coming in like the worst little arguments, but like, I think we’re definitely good enough at understanding when it comes to just talking about ego,” Mendes said. “And we usually like to call each other. It’s that we have a really honest and open relationship, but, but yeah, no, we’re definitely fighting. I think like, especially like, I think the longer the relationship lasts, it’s like it seems like it’s easy to fight. So yeah, it’s definitely not just holding hands all the time, but we’re really good together. It never goes badly. It’s always like a little fight.
Stanley T of Sirius XM asked, “When you argue with her and realize you are wrong. How are you going to take care of this? Did you just come out and say, ‘you know what, I thought about it. I am sorry’?”
“Yes,” Mendes replied. “All of this is taking all my strength all over the world, but I have to admit I’m wrong, but it takes it all.” My face probably looks tight and red, but I’m saying I’m wrong. With a bit of luck. I mean, maybe she would say something else. I am on. Sometimes I’m not saying I’m wrong.
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Mendes previously explained how an argument with Cabello made him realize his worst fear for himself during an interview on the Enough man podcast in June 2021.
“I raised my voice to her and she said, ‘I don’t like it when you raise your voice. Why did you raise your voice? And I became so defensive, ”he recalls. “I said to myself, ‘I wasn’t raising my voice against you! And I raised my voice to her. And I felt it shrink and I felt myself grow and I thought, “Oh my God, this is the worst.” I’m so afraid of being mean. I’m so afraid of being bad.
When asked if Mendes had corrected her behavior or if Cabello had just comforted her, he replied, “I did it about my hurt and my fear, and she comforted me. And then it took me about 20 minutes for us to read our books separately so that we could come back to her and say, “My God, that was it and I’m so sorry.”
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