Everybody and their mama has formed some sort of opinion surrounding Halle Berry’s latest drama and it looks like Cynthia Bailey’s big mouthed husband is no different. The entrepreneur had some words of advice for Halle Berry regarding the messy relationship between she and her daughter’s father Gabriel Aubry, as well how she could’ve avoided the ugly Thanksgiving Day brawl which landed Gabriel and Halle’s fiance, Oliver Martinez in the emergency room. I suppose that it makes sense that Thomas would have some insight on the matter considering that his step-daughter, Noel, is actually a product of Cynthia’s previous relationship with actor, Leon. Check out the interesting “words of wisdom” mixed with criticism Peter had for the Oscar-winning actress in his interview with UPTOWN.
On how Halle could’ve avoided the situation
“Halle Berry had the power to shut it down. This is a very volatile situation that she’s put herself in once again. He’s dropping off his daughter and all Halle had to do is come out of the house, meet the baby half way … and keep it moving and that man can go about his business.”
Why Halle should take advice from Cynthia
“Halle should take tips from my beautiful wife, Cynthia, and how she’s handled the situation with me, her daughter Noel and Leon. The way she dealt with it out the gate was I couldn’t even walk in her house until I sat down to dinner with her child’s father. She made sure that everything was so cordial before it could accelerate.”
On how Cynthia could’ve also had baby daddy drama
“He might say something. I might say something and then it jumps off,” said Peter, describing a scenario in which Leon first meets Peter unexpectedly at Cynthia’s house. “Leon would get heated because he wouldn’t have known this man that was up in the house with his little daughter.”
I guess we should just be glad Peter actually has someting positive to say abut his wife, even if this situation is none of his business.
What do you think about Peter’s words for Halle? Is he dead on or out of line?
Jazmine Denise is a writer living in New York. Follow her on Twitter @jazminedenise