“Oh, He Left His Black Wife To Go Be With Some Exotic Chick”: Kevin Hart On Rumors About His Relationship And Ex-Wife Torrei

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January 24, 2014 ‐ By Clarke Gail Baines

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We told you earlier that Kevin Hart is already having a great start to the year, and with the success at the movies and on TV comes magazine covers. First it was VIBE, now it’s Upscale, and in their February issue, the comedian tries to give his best “smize” on the cover, while delivering some major tea on the inside. Hart opens up about what his success means to him, and sets the record straight about the rumors surrounding him, his girlfriend Eniko, and his ex-wife Torrei. Hart also shares his thoughts on his ex-wife’s decision to do a reality show like Atlanta Exes, and why he gave her his blessing. Here’s the tea we learned via TheYbf:

His Feelings On Obtaining The Success He’s Worked Hard For:

I know how much I’ve put into my craft. And thus far, I don’t feel like I’ve half-a**ed my career at any point. And that is why I’m able to sit back and smile. Seeing people go crazy when they see my trailers come up and hearing them whisper, ‘I can’t wait to go see this’—it’s a good feeling.

On
His Divorce And Rumors About Him And Eniko:

I read so much stuff that Black women say, especially about my relationship. ‘Oh, he left his Black wife to go be with some exotic chick.’ First of all, my girl is Black. She’s Jamaican. But they say it as if they know what me and my ex-wife’s problems were. When we first got together, our relationship was amazing. We got married young and our s**t got rocky. In my divorce, I stood up and said to my ex-wife, ‘Hey, I messed up. This had nothing to do with you. I didn’t understand what marriage was. I cheated. I was wrong. We couldn’t fix it, it got worse. I stepped away because I didn’t want it to get any worse. You’re the mother of my kids, I don’t want to hate you. And the only way that’s gonna happen, is if I’m the bigger man and I leave.’ I think that was a very mature thing to do.

What He Thinks About Torrei Doing Atlanta Exes:

I gave her my opinion on why those shows are put on air. I said, ‘Ask yourself if you really wanna get caught up in that world, because it’s not all glitz and glamour. You have no power over that editing.’ I just tried to give her the best advice based on my experience. She felt it was a good opportunity and she wanted to do it. At the end of the day, it’s my job: that’s the mother of my kids, I’m gonna support her. I still love her, I’m not gonna see her out there doing bad. So you just back the decision and hope that it becomes a good thing for her.

Very interesting interview, especially his feelings on Torrei venturing into the often seedy and messy reality TV world. You can check out his full interview in the new issue. What do you think about all that he had to say about success, the new lady in his life, and supporting his ex-wife?

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  • Anthony Tinney

    Someone at MN sees my comments as a threat.What`s the matter,afraid men of other races may start to see you bitter-stellas for what you are,oh well,them the brakes.You will still die alone sweetheart!!

  • hearmeroar

    It’s a damn shame that these less than black men must keep speaking negativity about black women….. I don’t care that this short dude found love with the next one….why does he feel the need to say I’m sick of black women saying something about his chick. I don’t care who you are dating. what i do care about is how you generalize black women worrying about your girls ethnicity. There are too manyfamous black men who speak egatively about black women and it’s a mess…. And they should be ashamed with their self hating a$ses! No matter how many non black women you date… You are still a nergro. It’s funny cause none if these women would look at you twice of you didn’t have money or fame…..belive that Mitch!

  • Almond. E. Brown

    Kevin Hart gives himself way too much credit. Nobody is checking for Little Man Tate.

  • WeCanDoItToo

    Black women, you can date and marry interracially too. Just play up your best attributes.

    It was not long ago when Black people in general were looked at as a subhuman species. Other races of women were not always checking for Black men as you see now. Black men played up their best attributes, through music, sports etc. They made their money and got their prize of non Black or mixed/biracial women.

    I realize that the prize for most American Black women is to marry a successful Black man who carries a common struggle as you. You want to rise above it all and produce intelligent, successful, and confident Black children who can see an example of a healthy functional relationship between two Black people. However there’s a problem. This is a fantasy, for most Black women. If you are not a light skinned Black woman or at least have some questionably mixed features, this is almost an impossibility.

    You Black women out there know that what I’m saying is true. But you should not feel defeated. If you want happiness you’re most likely going to have to look outside of the Black community. Don’t be afraid. How do you think Black men became so successful at interracial dating? They had to leave their comfort zones. They went out and made themselves successful and actively pursued who they wanted. Of course it’s different when you’re a woman, we don’t really pursue. However, if you are at your best, if you make yourself available and you project positivity, you will receive that in return. It’s integral that you reject the notion that other “races” don’t prefer Black women. Dating is not a team sport. Eventually you’ll find that one. And you do not have to settle either.

    Stop leaving bitter comments about Black men choosing non Black and half Black women. It’s not helping your cause. All you can do is work on yourself and work towards your own happiness. And if part of that bitterness comes from this desire to save the Black race, or at least the African American race, please stop. It’s just not going to happen. You need both sides of the equation working towards that common goal. Black people protect the abusers in our communities. Just look around. Need I say more? There is nothing to salvage. Keep your head up sisters.

    • Jocelyn MissPavi Williams

      This was well put. And there are PLENTY of brothers that still love and cherish us period. Like you said, we shouldn’t feel defeated at all. For every 3 that ‘despise their own’ there are 5 that LOVE US. IN ALL ASPECTS. And to whomever keeps saying they left for something lighter—when someone dark skinned gets left,its not always about colorism,they may just not like them anymore…as much as it exists, there are plenty of dark skinned women happy with themselves and their melanin…so all of these generalizations and putting people in boxes has to stop…

  • 1DayWeWillKnow

    He’s too funny, lol! Both his ex wife and his new girl (are they engaged?) sure are pretty! At least you see he was getting pretty girls before he hit the big time :-)

    But I think her doing a reality show is a mistake. The only thing those shows do is edit and broadcast your worst attributes, all for the name of entertainment. They make you look like a darn fool!

  • heyheynow

    Man he probably cheated because of fame and opportunity like most famous guys. As far as him dating a non black woman who cares. Eventually we have to move past this.

    • Darjalon Pearson

      Shes Jamaican lol probably blacker than u she still blk

      • BlackPowerFist!

        Jamicans a nationality not a race. His girl friends half black not fully black. When did having one black parent make you fully black? Why are blacks the only ones who do this crap? Why should I accept a half black as fully black, when they are not?

        • Dee

          Half black makes her black in the eyes of the majority. Plus she comes from a country whose population is majority black as well. I feel like you are splitting hairs

      • CoonBusters

        Jamicans a nationality not a race dummy! She isnt black, she’s half black aka a half breed! Black people need to stop calling half breeds black! White people dont call their half breeds white, they call them what ever they are! BLACK PEOPLE NEED TO STOP DILUTING THE BLACK NATION BY ADDING AND ACCEPTING HALF BREED MUTTS! THAT ONE DROP RULE IS COMPLETE GARBAGE AND NEEDS TO BE DONE AWAY WITH! TO HELL WITH THAT ,IM FULLY BLACK NOT 1/2 ,1/4 ,1/3 but fully black! So why should i accept some one whos only 1/2, 1/3, or 1/4 as fully black, when they are clearly not?

        • Darjalon Pearson

          what is fully blk?

  • Rachel6468

    How many black actresses date outside their race? Or get casted to play the “love interest” of a man outside their race?…. We both know that the answer to that question is very few, especially in comparison to how many black men are doing just that… My point is that you can’t compare the two, it’s very lopsided and therefore an unfair comparison, when, and only when black women choose to stop dating black men in the MASSES, and majority of those black women, base their sudden change of heart on the fact that black men are all thugs, jail birds, dead beat dads, and whatever other statistic that’s been attached to black men, can you compare black female IR dating, to black male IR dating. I say this because (if you didn’t already catch my drift) this is what has happened in “celebrity world” with black men.. and the effects of such blatant abandonment of the black woman, has trickled it’s way down to young black men in society. So much so that interracial marriages between black male to non-black female has climbed a drastic 76.4% in just 5 years! (What am I taking about?) I’m talking about the so many celebrity (bball stars, fball stars, actors, rappers) black men that have gone on record stating how they don’t date black women because they all have attitudes, are bitter, gold diggers, ghetto, etc. (Or their favorite slander) IF they do decide to date a black woman, they only date light skinned women, because their not into dark skinned women. (Please don’t try and defend this nonsense, there’s a difference between preference and prejudice for a reason.) All of these slandering reasons that black men have used to not just simply stop dating black women, but to out right DEGRADE and HUMILIATE them, is what the black woman HAS NOT done, and will NEVER do. So to answer your question… Never, never have I seen a black man boycott a black actress for dating outside her race, and never will I see that sight either, because black women are not the ones who decided to give in to America’s negative statistics of black men, and use it as a wave to ride into fame, and fortune all the while abandoning, degrading, and disrespecting black men in such great numbers that black men feel the need to defend themselves against the slander, and as an obvious ploy to gain the black woman’s attention, begin boycotting and speaking out against black women that date outside their race….. So No, black men have never done that… Because they have no reason to!!

  • tee

    “and when he get on he’ll leave ur a$$ for a white (light) girl……”……….shoot kanye did it too…lol…so many have done it……it doesn’t make me mad or angry tho…..shoot, some black women do it too…..just don’t make it look like that’s ur preference when in the beginning, it clearly wasn’t……to each his/her own tho…..annnnnd is there not a such a thing as white jamaican?? bcuz he said “my girl is black…she’s jamaican”…..ummmm that still doesn’t mean she is black tho….lol…..but nevertheless, I will still see his movies and shows bcuz his craft is wut I enjoy and he is great at it :)

  • KeepingItReal

    I have much respect for his ex-wife. I believe I read somewhere that when he started to become famous….he started having a “wandering eye”. She told him you can’t have your cake and eat it too and it was she who filed for divorce. That’s the way it should be. Infidelity should not be tolerated in a marriage. It’s refreshing to know some women have integrity. Kevin may be “Hollywood hot”…right now…but, like all things…it will pass. Look at Michael Jackson before he died…pathetic…and at one time he was on top of the world. If it can happen to MJ…it can happen to anybody. Kevin knows darn well that woman he is with…is ONLY with him for the fame and money. He better enjoy it while he can. But, pretty women like that want their money up front…in cash. Got to pay to play.

  • lisa

    He made a horrendous mistake and he realizes it. I don’t condone the affair by any means but I understand getting out before it gets ugly. After hearing so many men speak about their ex wives like they’re trash, disrespecting the mother of the children, it’s a breath of fresh air not hear all that coming from Kevin. I think it takes a bigger person to admit to their mistakes.

  • Yolanda Hinton

    I love it and its very mature…..and its good to come clean therefore noone can use it against u…..way to put your kids first

  • Anthony Tinney

    Whoever`s deleted my comment at 3 am must of gotten tired of that “EMPTY” bed.You are one lonely,bitter,stella.

    • MLS2698

      Looks who’s talkin’

    • Anthony Tinney

      @shut up coon!Still deleting comments.WOW your life is FUUUUUUUUU*******KK UP!!!!

  • candy cane

    I can respect his reasons; at least he didn’t try to take the children and make her out to be crazy.

    • KeepingItReal

      Shade at D. Wade…lol

  • Tiffany Shaw

    Wow.. sooooooooo many of you sound really hurt behind HIS life choices. First things first this man is a comedian.. Anyone who takes his jokes too seriously should probably evaluate why those jokes hit a nerve or make you uncomfortable in the first place. Don’t just lash out. Second His relationship with his ex wife is his business. He doesn’t owe anyone a single explanation. Yet and still people continue to drag him through the mud. His ex is perfectly fine and they seem to support each other in their endeavors and relationships. He’s stepped up and admitted he messed up. What more do you people want from him? Blood?

  • Machone

    Oh what a surprise. A dark skinned man who hits it big and dumps his girl for light to white girls. We’ve seen this before…..

    • kiki j

      Bitter much?

    • Guest

      Truuuuuue!!!

  • http://www.yourtango.com/users/cheekee-baby cheekee baby

    Still talking about the ex huh . . . . he sounds remorseful. All missing his water cause his well ran dry and ish. LOL!

  • I_am_a_Gladiator/Scandalista

    For some reason I think he is still secretly “in love” with his ex wife. I like how they respect each other’s hustle so much. Btw, he looking pretty good on that cover. Heeeeey Kevin!

    • bigdede

      You are not the only one who believes that. I do also. He talks about her constantly in his stand up routines. He even has her as a character on his tv show. Every interview it seems he has to bring her name up. I believe he still loves her but because she could not get over his betrayal, he left.

  • Shameka

    Some people are better off friends than in a relationship. What people fail to realize is him and his ex wife are still the best of friends, they co parent very well, I feel if shes not complaining why the hell is everyone else. Thats the problem with society now days, always trying to create drama where there clearly is none.

    • Yvette

      Thank You! What happened between Kevin and Torrei is THEIR business. I like Kevin Hart as a comedian/actor. I’ve never met the man and only know what he tells in interviews or in his stand-up routine. I don’t have the time to analyze his failed marriage or current relationship. I’m focused on keeping my own marriage healthy and happy. Marriage is nothing to play with and as my aunt used to say….”It ain’t for everybody!”

  • blogdiz

    I do believe Kevin is getting ” caught up”

  • kiki j

    I think people should focus more on the craft at hand of the celebrity instead of their personal life. That goes for me too because I catch myself judging sometimes too. It’s easy to judge what we assume we know based off biased observations. I think it was Wendy Williams who said that some celebrities careers get ruined because their celebrity status is more entertaining than their careers. I don’t know why black women get offended when a man dates an “exotic” woman. They need love too and if we as black women think outside the box we just might have more to say about men other then “men aint shh”. Obviously their relationship was rocky before the fame. Realistically the fame probably just gave him the confidence to do what he’d BEEN wanting to do. And honestly they both look happy now.

    • However…

      Kevin Hart has been very open about his relationships so people are going to comment on it. If he really wants people to stop talking about his personal life than so should he. A lot of his jokes are base of his ex and children. That’s just like when celebs say that what privacy and than go do a reality show…doesn’t make since.

  • HappilyMarriedSwirl

    He full of sxit he not even funny.Coon axx nxggxr!

  • GIrlSixx

    I never understood why women get all in their feelings about the type of women these celebrity men choose. Let them live and be happy!!! It’s not like you had a chance to be with any of them and they chose HER over you. Kevin and Eniko hooked up long after him and his wife was done. Kevin started making his millions and basically wanted to experience all the glitz and glamour being a hollywood star had to offer SINGLE… His access/options to women expanded. #ThatisAll
    His Ex-wife doesn’t even seem to be fazed about the whole ordeal, she seems happy as well.

    • Suchalady

      Oh shut up, no one said they wanted him anyway so no one needs a “chance to be with him”. FYI, he has been with this girl for four years, so he was with her while he was still married. The last part of your statement was more sensible than the first.

  • Dominique Thompson

    How would he have ended up hating her when he was the one that cheated???????

    • AA

      Thank you. smh

    • Arii

      I guess he had a reason for cheating…like he didn’t really like her at a certain point?

      • Dominique Thompson

        When his wife so many women were calling her phone saying they were screwing her husband that she just started telling them to use a condom because you aren’t the only one I was done! She said he’s good in bed though lol. I can’t see it….

    • GirlSixx

      Meaning.. that if he would have stayed and they tried to work it out for whatever reason – he would have ended up resenting her because it’s not where he really wants to be, he would have been doing it moreso out of obligation. to her and the kids.

      • I_am_a_Gladiator/Scandalista

        Thank you. Thats what I got too. Seems like it just went over everyone else’s heads.

      • Jocelyn MissPavi Williams

        Thank you GirlSixxxx! Yes it so went over everyone’s heads. To stay ‘because of the kids’ would’ve turned into bitterness and resentment on both ends. He’s not justifying anything it sounds like. Just a bunch of man hating women on here LOL

    • smt705

      Because most likely she either kept bringing it up or cheated to get even. Men…

    • Innocent_truth

      Isn’t it funny how black women say a man needs to be man enough to walk away from a relationship without putting a woman through more pain, but when he walks away women want to criticize him for it. At the end of the day Kevin is right. It was his relationship and you weren’t in it to know what was happening. He made his choice and moved on. Get over it. You women act like he was your husband. I don’t even know why he chose to answer that stupid question. Who Kev dates is his choice and his business. He owe’s nothing to black women. Absolutely nothing. Kevin doesn’t have to answer your ignorant questions or entertain rumors black women start by virtue of their deep seeded insecurities with race and skin complexion.

      • Dominique Thompson

        Umm considering I didn’t make reference to Eniko and her being exotic I don’t understand why you chose to respond to me with such vigor. Secondly when women say men need to be man enough to walk away from the relationship they usually men before you put your P*nis in someone else’s v*agina. So that’s really nothing to be commended for. You seem very angry and may want to look into your own “deep seeded insecurities” before diagnosing all Black women. Also Kevin is a business man and he answered the question because WE Black women spend the money so he would be foolish to alienate his fan base. How many single men do you see at his show? If a man goes to the movies or a comedy show 9 times out of 10 he’s accompanied by a woman but women will go without a man so he trust me he knows what he is doing.

        • Innocent_truth

          He still owes black women nothing. Because you spend money at his shows does not entitle you to have access to his private affairs. What he does behind closed doors is his business. He has a right to privacy. Who he dates has no barring on his position as an entertainer. When you buy a ticket to his show it entitles you to his performance at the stadium or theater hall. It doesnt entitle you to his personal life or warrant you dictating how he should live his life by virtue of you being a paying customer.

          • Dominique Thompson

            I agree with that but it’s the nature of the business and we didn’t make it that way. He is not the only celebrity subjected to this type of ridicule.

          • Anthony Tinney

            Haven`t you figured it out yet.Black women think black men are their “PROPERTY”!!!

            • Dominique Thompson

              Oh God I swear y’all call us bitter but y’all are starting to sound a little bitter lol.

              • Anthony Tinney

                Bitter? Please explain how.

                • Dominique Thompson

                  Making generalizations about Black women is usually what y’all complain about us doing.

                  • Anthony Tinney

                    Black men dont boycott every time a black female celebrity dosen`t date/marry one of us.

                    • Dominique Thompson

                      I have never in my life boycotted a celebrity because of who he dated/married. I have no problem with interracial dating hell I think more Black women should probably try it. Love is hard to find and shouldn’t be limited. However I have seen a plethora of Black men cry and moan bed wench this and that about Scandal and it’s a flipping TV show.

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      Yes,black men criticize scandal but we are not boycotting the show the way black women boycotted red tails another work of “fiction”.You may not have a problem with ir dating,unfortunately too many of your “sistas”have no life and seem to think they are “ENTITLED” to” DICTATE” the lives of black men.

                    • Dominique Thompson

                      Our “sistas” whether you want to claim them or not.

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      See fellas: Once again a “sista” is dictating what i`m obligated to accept.I tell `ya the black woman(not all) has become the rusty blade pressed against the black man`s trachea.

                    • Dominique Thompson

                      I said our sistas because you are Black but clearly you have some type of problem with Black women and if you hate your own you hate yourself but you seem to be a lost cause so I’m done talking to you.

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      NO ONE OWNS ME!!! That`s the point i`m making.

                    • Dominique Thompson

                      So if a Black man calls u brother is he trying to own you?

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      No,but his actions will determine if i claim HIM.

                    • empress123

                      I really think he used the right phrase lol

                    • empress123

                      Something tells me you do not hang around alot of black people hmmmm no black man i know watches scandal and they all ADMIT IT IS BECAUSE THEY DO NOT LIKE SEEING A FINE SISTER WITH A WHITE MAN. Try again

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      I guess my avatar isn`t obvious enough,so i`ll say it:I AM A BLACK MAN.No i do not watch scandal because it`s a sub-par show.(house,bones,rizolli and isles,those are real shows.).And i do not care about the ir component,black women do,that`s why you all keep boycotting ANY black actor that does not see you as a love interest. Now tell me the last time black men boycotted a black actress for dating ir fictional or not. i`ll wait………………………………..

                    • uniquefashionista

                      I would say the movie “Monster’s Ball” with Halle Berry and Billy Bob Thorton. Rappers even mentioned it in their music that they were bothered by it.
                      I don’t think neither men or women “boycotted” an entertainer, there was just a lot of haters on both sides/.

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      Being bothered and trying to economically damage someone are two different things.Some black women feel a black man that does not date one of them can not make money off of them which is fine.What i don`t like is that black women feel like they should make that decision not to support a black mans project for EVERYONE ELSE!!

                    • Say What Now?

                      Please name one black male celebrity whise career had taken a hit because of his personal relationship with a non black woman. You keep referring to black women boycotting these men a wreaking financial havoc but I have yet to see this in action.

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      Your right,they haven`t. But if black women could,they damn sure would.

                    • I_am_a_Gladiator/Scandalista

                      You sure like to put all BW in a bubble.

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      Black women have done that to themselves.

                    • Rachel6468

                      How many black actresses date outside their race? Or get casted to play the “love interest” of a man outside their race?…. We both know that the answer to that question is very few, especially in comparison to how many black men are doing just that… My point is that you can’t compare the two, it’s very lopsided and therefore an unfair comparison, when, and only when black women choose to stop dating black men in the MASSES, and majority of those black women, base their sudden change of heart on the fact that black men are all thugs, jail birds, dead beat dads, and whatever other statistic that’s been attached to black men, can you compare black female IR dating, to black male IR dating. I say this because (if you didn’t already catch my drift) this is what has happened in “celebrity world” with black men.. and the effects of such blatant abandonment of the black woman, has trickled it’s way down to young black men in society. So much so that interracial marriages between black male to non-black female has climbed a drastic 76.4% in just 5 years! (What am I taking about?) I’m talking about the so many celebrity (bball stars, fball stars, actors, rappers) black men that have gone on record stating how they don’t date black women because they all have attitudes, are bitter, gold diggers, ghetto, etc. (Or their favorite slander) IF they do decide to date a black woman, they only date light skinned women, because their not into dark skinned women. (Please don’t try and defend this nonsense, there’s a difference between preference and prejudice for a reason.) All of these slandering reasons that black men have used to not just simply stop dating black women, but to out right DEGRADE and HUMILIATE them, is what the black woman HAS NOT done, and will NEVER do. So to answer your question… Never, never have I seen a black man boycott a black actress for dating outside her race, and never will I see that sight either, because black women are not the ones who decided to give in to America’s negative statistics of black men, and use it as a wave to ride into fame, and fortune all the while abandoning, degrading, and disrespecting black men in such great numbers that black men feel the need to defend themselves against the slander, and as an obvious ploy to gain the black woman’s attention, begin boycotting and speaking out against black women that date outside their race….. So No, black men have never done that… Because they have no reason to!

                    • CaribbeanGlow

                      Great post.

                    • Guest

                      so, you watch ‘scandal’??

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      I watched it once,thought it was a sub-par show,never watched it again.Now “bones”,that`s a good show.

                    • FromUR2UB

                      I don’t remember participating in any supposed boycott of Red Tails, and don’t know anyone who did. But, since “boycott” has been ringing throughout your thread as a regular activity of black women, here a ‘cott, there a ‘cott, everywhere a boycott, please cite another instance in which it has occurred? Just want to know what I’ve been up to.

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      Kevin hart for a cartoon on his twitter account.Tyrese for not having dark-skinned girls in a video.Talib kweli for not using black women in a video shot in “TOKYO”.Eric benet for doing a song about “redbone girls”.Cherrios for a commercial featuring an interracial couple.(black man,white woman).All of these within an 18 month period.

                    • Shanako

                      Thank you! I have never boycotted any show. Really don’t care much about Kevin’s relationships either. I wish men & people stop clustering all BW together. Personally, I feel like we always support black men, but they are quick to throw US to the wolves.

                • mind_sayer

                  Even though you started a lot of drama under this article I must admit I’m glad you did. Your comments and the responses you received are and is very insightful. As a BM I do get some of your points but at the same time I get some of the ladies points too. I know one thing I enjoyed your comments and the responses you received as wel

            • I_am_a_Gladiator/Scandalista

              ……..you are our property. J/K!!!!

              • Anthony Tinney

                Anyone that thumbs-up this comment please explain why this comment is o.k.

                • I_am_a_Gladiator/Scandalista

                  Because they understood that “J/K” stands for “Just kidding” -_-

                  • Anthony Tinney

                    Black women are the the white mans w**re.”J/K”.

                    • I_am_a_Gladiator/Scandalista

                      You sound like butt hurt black man. Tsk.

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      So joking about the black man being viewed as your property is funny,but black women being viewed as a white man`s w**re is not.O.k,i got `cha.

                    • I_am_a_Gladiator/Scandalista

                      First of all you made the comment first about black women thinking that black men are their property. I made the light hearted joke because I found that comment absurd. You choosing to go tit for tat with me is pretty childish for a grown man and in my opinion you still sound like someone who got their feelings hurt. *shrug*

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      See fellas:Any time black women get challenged on their freedom to say whatever they damn well please the “your not a real man card” gets used.This is designed to get you to relinquish your right to disagree.

                    • I_am_a_Gladiator/Scandalista

                      Never said you weren’t a real man. If that picture is you, you obviously have a p3nis sir. Pretty sure that qualifies you to be of the male species. What I said was you sound like you have been “hurt” by a black woman and it seems like you are taking your aggression out on us which is sad and quite pathetic. Maybe “trying” to diss BW makes you feel less insecure, so if it keeps you from doing anything crazy to yourself, then by all means continue to diss. Just dont be upset if your irrelevant rants continue to get thumbed down ^_-. Goodnight Tiny Tinney!

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      I am hurt by being told i am somehow responsible for black women`s f*cked-up choices.I am responsible for ME,not YOU.So next time a black male celebrity does not want a black woman,boycott your negative perception,not him.

                    • Buterflisoldier

                      I have never felt the need to comment on these threads, but your outlook on Black women is so tainted that I am quite sad for you. I pray you find peace. We do not all have a problem nor do we boycott men who choose to love women outside of their race. I don’t feel as if I own you and I doubt any of these other women do. You need to find better company. Expand your circle, because if this is your true opinion of black women then I suspect that you may be attracting negative people around you, which is a reflection of you not them. These bitter black women you speak of, I don’t know then, but my circle is about improvement, positivity, and enlightenment. What or who are you surrounding yourself around?

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      A black man who dosen`t feel obligated to appease black women is considered a threat that needs to be neutralized.

                    • Jocelyn MissPavi Williams

                      Why wouldn’t you want to please your own ALSO?! WANT is the key word…

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      There`s a thing called “Freedom of choice”.

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      People actually thumbs down a black mans right to freedom of choice.WOW!!

                    • Cornell Ginger

                      100% It’s all about control with a lot of sistas. Not all, but a lot. Especially from my experience.

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      Control of the black man.Exactly!

                    • I_am_a_Gladiator/Scandalista

                      Dude whaaaaaaat are you blabbering on about?! Like really??? I NEVER said that I was upset about him being with a non-black woman. Who freaking cares? So were you referring to me or putting all black women in a bubble again saying we have a problem with who this man dates? I swear you are making a bigger issue about it than any woman on this blog so please sir, get your life. You are just spewing nonsense and hate towards your own kind. And since you have such issues with black women, they must be directed towards your mother, grandmother, sister, aunts, cousins, and nieces also. I want you to stop talking. Please for everyone’s sake shut up with your foolish talk. No matter what you say you are going to sound ignorant.

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      This blog exists because black women “DON`T” care? really.

                    • I_am_a_Gladiator/Scandalista

                      I’ve come to the extremely sad realization that you are one of those people who like to have the last word to feel like their right. Shame. Well, you can have it because I slowly feel my brain cells dying off one by one by continuing this pointless conversation with you. I hope one day you forgive whatever black woman who has hurt you to make you such a bitter bird. Adios Tiny Tinney!

                    • anonymouse

                      if you feel that u are only responsible for yourself, then why do you blame all Black women for the choices of a few??

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      I blame the guilty parties,because they f8ck it up for the rest of us.

                    • anonymouse

                      the men as well?? that still doesn’t go with your original comment because if you’re only responsible for yourself, then how is another person’s negative choices affecting you? if anything, you should be making sure that you and yours is right.

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      In theory you`re right.But take a good look at the black community.You have gov`t assisted rachet/feminist women procreating with garbage black men,perpetuating rachet/feminist women and criminal men spreading their pestilence to the rest of us trying to accomplish something.

                    • anonymouse

                      I suppose that I can agree with that, but those people are not the majority of the Black community. But for some reason, they are accepted as the face of the Black community. Most Black people are law abiding, work, don’t live off of the government…etc.

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      Like i said,they are gov`t funded to wreck havoc.That dosen`t just mean welfare.Think about how the courts work to benefit women`s bad choices.

                    • anonymouse

                      ok, now i’m not following……how do you believe the courts do that?

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      A woman has100% reproductive rights.Men have none.Awoman can abort a child or have it “without” the father`s input.She can not be economically able to support a child get housing,wic,foostamps,job training and can continue to procreate. A man unable to support a child he had no say in bringing into this world gets imprisonment.A women can make a false claim of paternaty ,make a man pay c.s for years find out he is not the father,and won`t have to pay back a cent.A woman can knowingly make a false claim of rape and never face prosecution.

                    • anonymouse

                      I believe that men do have reproductive rights, the problem is that both genders have believed the lie that you can sleep around freely and without consequences.

                      There are so many men who do nothing for the children that they helped create, so those programs are in place. Some women don’t or can’t take advantage of those programs because they are working.Blaming one party just doesn’t help……both need to be held accountable for their actions.

                      I agree that it’s totally wrong for a woman to tell a man that he’s the father and not have to pay the child support back when it’s found out he’s not. I also agree that any false accusation should be prosecuted. Again, it all goes back to being responsible and vetting the people that you deal with.If you do that, you can cut out 90% of those problems.

                      How do you feel about confirmed fathers of children being given 6 months after birth the option of terminating their rights? Does that seem fair to you?

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      If a man choose to sign away his right then he should.

                    • MLS2698

                      What’s this site called again?

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      What`s your point?

                    • MLS2698

                      Read between the lines. Why do men come to a woman’s site, then whine about the comments? I mean, a woman can hardly use the restroom without someone hanging off her titt and being in her space!

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      Welcome to my world.Every bad choice that black women make is somehow not only my fault,but my responsibilty to do something about.Yet i don`t see any out cry about it.

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      “Why do men come to a woman`s site,then whine about the comments?”ATTEN FELLAS: The “challenge your masculinity card” was just used here.See this is designed to shut down criticism,so only black women`s voice is the only one heard.And the answer to your question is…because the group of people a have an issue with are here.

                    • MLS2698

                      You are replying to yourself? Okay, I get it. Challenge your masculinity? No. But, I do challenge black men to…..be men, and not boyish simps.

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      In other words,a black man who does not want to be in servitude to black women are self-haters.

                    • MLS2698

                      You mentioned me using the ” masculinity card “, but I don’t think you are playing with a full deck!

                    • Cornell Ginger

                      Corny

                    • MLS2698

                      Yes you are, CORNell!

                    • Cornell Ginger

                      Riiiggghhhhttt. You can go back to your man bashing and internet thugging. Your words only leak how unattractive and insecure you truly are.

                    • MLS2698

                      BWAHAHAHAHAHAH! Mad because I think quickly?

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      So predictable.What card are you going to play next? Fellas here`s a few they use to get you to be obiedient:The”yo mama`s black “,”What about your black daughter””karma will come back on you” “The other men do it card.” and my favorite:The”invisible all powerful being will punish your black a** for not feeling obligated to serve black women “card.There that should cover it.Lesson over fellas!

                    • MLS2698

                      What ” fellas ” are you referring to on this ” women’s site?” Turn in whatever ” card ” you are using, because you’ve been demoted!

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      They are watching and taking notes.

                    • MLS2698

                      Um, no they are not. Your’e here alone. Even ” Drew ” has left the E-building. Haha!

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      The joke is really on you,Haha!

                    • MLS2698

                      I’m laughing WITH you, not at you….

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      Sure you are.*sarcasm mixed with glee*.

                    • MLS2698

                      I’m snowed in today…entertain me?

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      I know this is shock to you,but i have a job to go to.#blackmannotabum.

                    • MLS2698

                      Well, why is your punk-ass blogging? Get to work! Lol!

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      I am.those 40 oz malt liquor not gonna pay for themselves.

                    • MLS2698

                      Lol! Just messing with you.

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      I know.It`s all good.

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      I see how `yall are.19+ thumbs up jokingly referring to black men as your property,yet being considered the white man`s w**re is not a joke….So black women devalue black men yet you all can`t fathom why black men don`t see you as a dating option.

                    • Jocelyn MissPavi Williams

                      Why should we see what a lot of white men REALLY see us as as a joke?! Why are we not dating options??

                    • I_am_a_Gladiator/Scandalista

                      You are one the “rare” few who don’t see black women as a dating option. Which trust us, you aren’t a major loss for us, Tinney. Most black women either have black husbands or black boyfriends so again you are talking out the side of your neck.

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      Don`t confuse loyalty with lack of options.

                    • I_am_a_Gladiator/Scandalista

                      Oh so now BM are with BW out of loyalty like a dog is to his master? So in that case does that mean you are indeed our property???? You said it. Not me.

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      Black women have said they date/marry black men out of racial loyalty.No,most of you do because of lack of options.Many also date/procreate with thugs/criminals/bums in the black male collective because the option to date better quality black men is beyond their reach.

                    • Jocelyn MissPavi Williams

                      So basically it’s no hope for us huh…lol wow…glad I don’t live by this mantra…

                • MLS2698

                  Calm down! Nobody wants you! You happy?

                  • Anthony Tinney

                    A happy black man= black woman`s worst nightmare.

                    • MLS2698

                      I’m glad you are happy. Just don’t fake it!

                    • Anthony Tinney

                      When did i mention white women?See that`s “YOUR” insecurity showing.

                    • MLS2698

                      I love black men. THE END

            • Court

              I think that some Black women have an expectation that Black men will revere, cherish and respect Black women because though it may be convenient to forget how we achieved in this country, the truth is our histories are inextricably connected and Black women sacrificed so much then and NOW to see Black men be successful. Whether as mothers or lovers, we have invested a great deal into Black men… who wants to be dissed or dismissed by someone they cared for or sacrificed for? Also the scars of racism have not disappeared… and to have your counterpart who used to be your partner in this struggle become someone who devalues or oppresses you by elevating all other women above you… well, it’s like being rejected by your best friend or closest family. For the men who are open to all women, kudos regardless of who they choose to love… but for the men who try to dissociate from their Blackness by rejecting all Black women and buying into the propaganda that’s been playing for sometime now, you’re a disappointment and many women, Black and otherwise, will disapprove.

              • Anthony Tinney

                Four decades of black women`s government-sanctioned,open terrorism against black men and you can`t understand my mindset.

                • Self-Hating Negro Slayer

                  I understand your mindset. You’re a SELF-HATING NEGRO, and I bet you
                  any amount of Charity Service, You and members of your family are color
                  struck… and most of y’all are blacka’ then the ace of spades.

                  • Anthony Tinney

                    “Negro”? It`s 2014 genius,find a new vocabulary.”Self-hate”? Pick up a dictionary asap.Me and my family? None of us are slinging racial slurs against people who a:we don`t know and b:opinions we don`t agree with.Besides if i`m color-struck,why would i show MY face?You`re not going to revel yours because maybe you are……………….

              • Jocelyn MissPavi Williams

                Well said.

              • Self-Hating Negro Slayer

                Beautifully said, but Anthony’s only argument is “Black Women don’t own Black Men”. He cannot come up with any other statement.

            • Jocelyn MissPavi Williams

              Lmao…this is hilarious. A great discussion was going on until this popped up. We don’t want to own you guys. Half of you all don’t want us anyway…so I wouldn’t dare claim someone that doesn’t want to claim me. Your comment is pure comedy.

            • CaribbeanGlow

              Property? No way. We just have racial pride and generational intelligence… just like all the other races and s e x e s, except Black men. Many of you will let just anything taint your lineage. It’s embarrassing now that it has become common knowledge.

              • Anthony Tinney

                So i`m obligated to date within the race,regardless of my freedom of choice?

                • CaribbeanGlow

                  No. Do what you want. I’m just commenting on it. In fact, I wouldn’t wish you on any Black woman, reading your comments.

                  • Anthony Tinney

                    Thank you.Life is so much easier that way.

            • Self-Hating Negro Slayer

              Oh Negro Please… and whey are you here, just to see what black women talk about? You the type of self-hating Negro who get off with getting your white girl off by Bashing Black Women to smithereens. Black men ain’t a Black women’s property, however we expect Black men to show us the same type of respect they show blonde hair and blue eyed women. We expect Black men to have our back instead of stabbing us in the back…. I can go on for days!!!

              You hate black women so much, but you bring your self hating black ashy @ss here on a daily basis to let black women know just how much you hate them and worship the ground white women walk on. We get it… keep it moving mo____fo, because you won’t get any company from us to join your miserable @$$ soul.

              • Anthony Tinney

                I worship white women? Pick out the statement where i made such a claim.

          • KamJos

            Yet some people on here say that if a person is a celebrity they should expect people prying into their private life. I hope people remember that the next time the gossip is about a woman. I think celebrities deserve some privacy. Kevin Hart has been pretty open about his infidelity in his comedy though.

          • Courtney

            Just a note: Mr. Hart makes his personal life our business by utilizing it as subject matter for comedy, movies and his social media prescence. He practically made his private life public, voluntarily… and mentioned that he is celebrating being with his “new” girl more years than he has been divorced, but that is another discussion….

        • empress123

          Hey he owes black women nothing the same way Black women do not owe him support. As a matter of fact we need to learn to love those who love us. I remember watching one of his lesser known movies where he AGAIN highlighted a very white skinned woman as the beauty while dissing the dark skinned ones. Shoot look at how they fawn over the lighter women on his rhoh show. Its subtle but it is there and black women have just a much right not to support these self hating jerks as well. No sweat of my back☺

          • CaribbeanGlow

            That is key.. Whatever that movie is coming out with Taye Diggs and Regina Hall, won’t see my money. Best Man Holiday didn’t either. When I see the billboards I wonder why these men even get cast.

        • Jocelyn MissPavi Williams

          Innocent truth is referring to the entire article as a whole.

        • Shawndrea Rachelle

          Slaaaaaaaaayed

        • Shunnie Baby

          I agreed with Innocent_truth! That’s like saying because tax paying dollars pay the salaries of police officers they are obligated to tell us matters of their personal life. Gtfoh! Worry about self and the sh*t that’s on your doorstep. I respect him for being real enough to admit he made a mistake, tried to work it out, and then walked away after the realization that it wouldn’t work. We all make mistakes, but not all of us are real enough to own up to them!

      • coolyfett

        There is a lot of hate for Kevin in some circles. LOL at him leaving a black woman for an exotic woman who is actually BLACK….smh.

      • Darjalon Pearson

        Preach folks and they uncared about opinions lol exotic wtf is exotic about a Jamaican her what cause Jamaica aint all det clean so but anyway innocent_truth u said it right

      • Jocelyn MissPavi Williams

        BOAWWWWW! Well said! I love being black and dark skinned. Yes there are some simple minded black men but that doesn’t stop me from living.

    • Jessica Dailey

      My thought exactly! So you hate her cause you’re an a**hole? #confusedface

      • Dominique Thompson

        Lol

    • Treacle234

      Like he said, you don’t know the problems he and his wife had.

    • FromUR2UB

      Yeah, I read over that about three times, and it still didn’t make sense by the third time. I thought, “You made me cheat on you, now don’t make me hate you!” ? Interesting spin.

    • Darjalon Pearson

      Because she was going to end up hating him ans he was going to end up doing it again it makes sense he may have been more on her hating him than vice versa. He fucked up he learned his lesson and now they are good friends co parenting shiiid most divorced couples cant say that.

    • CaribbeanGlow

      He was beginning to hate her more and more for being decidedly Black.

    • Cornell Ginger

      Women have a way of constantly bringing up the past and not moving forward, especially when they’re hurt. Nobody wants to hear how much they messed up all the time. Just because someone messes up doesn’t mean it’s a lifetime jail sentence to emotional abuse.