Yesha Callahan

Tyrese & Rev Run Want You to Know ‘It’s Not You, It’s Men’ In New OWN Talk Show

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Are you ready for more of Rev Run’s wisdom? Well, the Run DMC vet has teamed up with his good friend Tyrese to give women advice on love, sex, and relationships in their new OWN talk show, “It’s Not You, It’s Men.”

Intrigued?

Here’s how the press release describes the show.

Friends for over seven years, Tyrese and Rev Run pride themselves on their wildly different points of view. Tyrese is a bachelor and single father in search of his dream woman, while Rev Run has been happily married for more than 20 years and is a father of six. Their ideas and opinions on love and commitment almost always clash, and the passionate, hilarious conversation that ensues between the longtime friends is a testament to their unique chemistry. These two unorthodox experts on love and relationships will be joined by a primetime studio audience as well as celebrity guests in a no-holds-barred throw down of love advice.

Each week, the series will feature new celebrity guests and relationship experts offering unique points of view on topics ranging from why you’re still single to what newlyweds should expect after they exchange their vows. And, you can get in on the conversation by taking to social media and asking Tyrese and Rev Run your most intimate questions about men, relationships, marriage and sex.

“It’s Not You, It’s Men” is yet another example of OWN’s pivot to Black viewers who’ve helped turn the network around by flocking to shows like “Welcome to Sweetie Pies,” “Fix My Life,” and “The Haves and the Have Nots.”

While the show looks interesting, Tyrese is no stranger to doling out questionable advice, so it remains to be seen what kind of tips he will give folks about love.

Will you be tuning into “It’s Not You, It’s Men”? 

  1. December 22, 2015 - Reply

    I’ll pass.

    • December 23, 2015 - Reply

      @Dee2002

      OWN Production has made some questionable programming decisions lately.

      • December 23, 2015 - Reply

        @B Cooper

        B Cooper all for ratings..the bottom of the pit shows.

        • December 24, 2015 - Reply

          @Ajavee

          You got that right! Oprah’s production crew is probably out of touch. I am sure there is a demographic for shows like “livin Lozada” but not enough numbers to waste production time and money for an up and coming network. Own would have done better giving the reality show to Jenifer Williams. And she was not even THAT likeable!

  2. December 22, 2015 - Reply

    A friend of mine went to this taping. Someone asked Tyrese about what happened to his failed marriage, he turned into a complete diva and avoided the question. He needs to stick to music and acting. stop trying to be Steve Harvey. even he sucks. smh

    • December 22, 2015 - Reply

      @Sher

      this made me chuckle

    • December 22, 2015 - Reply

      @Sher

      Girl, my friend, whose sister works at Cedar Sinai said Tyrese is a pure a-hole. She said he’s arrogant, rude, and just a nasty person. For those reasons and because I never liked him to begin with, I will not be tuning in.

      • December 22, 2015 - Reply

        @Noirluv45

        I’m not surprised at Tyrese’s arrogance.

        • December 23, 2015 - Reply

          @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

          I’m not either, Truth.

          • December 23, 2015 - Reply

            @Noirluv45

            Many celebrities are known for their egocentric mentality.

            Have a Blessed, Great Holiday Season Sister.

            God Bless You.

      • December 22, 2015 - Reply

        @Noirluv45

        I never was a fan.

        • December 23, 2015 - Reply

          @Mary Burrell

          Me either, Mary.

      • December 22, 2015 - Reply

        @Noirluv45

        well Tyrese is a actor he acts, he pretend to be someone he ain’t why would anyone in their right mind take life advice from him SMH your time would be better use as “quiet time” no TV, no radio, no computer, no cell phone on at all just “quiet time”.

        • December 23, 2015 - Reply

          @trueletterson*vwfone@gmail.com

          Agreed, Trueletterson.

        • December 23, 2015 - Reply

          @trueletterson*vwfone@gmail.com

          Exactly ?Tyrese is so full of himself. He needs to humble himself.

      • December 23, 2015 - Reply

        @Noirluv45

        He comes off like an arrogant a-hole on social media and tv. I could only imagine how much worse it would be in person.

        • December 23, 2015 - Reply

          @Ang

          Does he though! Oh, yes. I hear he’s a piece of work!

        • December 23, 2015 - Reply

          @Ang

          Doesn’t he though?! Yeah, I hear he’s a piece of work!

          • December 23, 2015 - Reply

            @Noirluv45

            Oh yea. I think arrogant is an understatement for Tyrese. I think entitled misogynist is more like it. He seems like he is the controlling type. But the kind that hides his controlling nature by pretending to be concerned. For example, the creepy way he tried to flirt with Janelle Monet on twitter by saying he sits around thinking about how he could protect her or provide her with insightful information even though he has no reason to think she was in need of his info or protection. And the way he tried to prevent his ex-wife from taking his daughter on vacation to see her family out the country and put out info to the public like she was a potential kidnapper did not sit well with me. Thankfully, the judge saw through him. I think this guy has serious issues.

            • December 23, 2015 - Reply

              @Ang

              Girl, you hit the nail on the head. Entitlement and misogynistic are two of many perfect words to describe Tyrese. Janelle Monet doesn’t need his protection. Does he know her that well? He’s a certified NUT. He uses social media to spew his messiness. He’s definitely got some issues, but his arrogance will prevent him from dealing with them.

              • December 23, 2015 - Reply

                @Noirluv45

                He doesn’t know janelle at all. Tyrese is the worse type of creep. The crazy part is there were men and women defending that mess (luckily they weren’t the majority). They were talking about how women don’t know how to appreciate a man wanting to do right by them and black women don’t know how to let a man be a man, blah blah blah. The only thing worse than a creep like Tyrese are the idiots who defend them. Janelle did not give him the time of day. But I’m sure Tyrese will use that as a comeback the next time someone says he doesn’t date black women. You know he tried but she wasn’t ready. He’ll never admit he went about it like a jerk.

                • December 23, 2015 - Reply

                  @Ang

                  He’s stalking you because he thinks you’re sexy. How dare you reject it?

                  • December 23, 2015 - Reply

                    @Jo 'Mama' Besser

                    Well of course she isn’t smart enough to know a good man when she sees him. That’s what’s wrong with black women.

                    • December 23, 2015 - Reply

                      @Ang

                      Sees him skulking in the bushes.

            • December 23, 2015 - Reply

              @Ang

              Yep he has issues no doubt.

          • December 23, 2015 - Reply

            @Noirluv45

            I use to follow Tyrese on Twitter I stopped following him 3 years ago. This is the same dude who allegedly beat the mother of his child while she was pregnant he should be the last person telling anyone anything. My thing is you work on you and yourseld first dude comes off like he has no shortcomings.

      • December 23, 2015 - Reply

        @Noirluv45

        Well Noirluv you will not be alone because I will not be tuning in to watch this show either. I am so sick and tired of semi and Z list celebs giving unsolicited advice in relationships especipally when their track record is questionable.

    • December 22, 2015 - Reply

      @Sher

      I laughed so hard when I read that Steve Harvey called people from The Philippines ‘Philippians’. I can handle that he misspelled ‘Colombians’, a lot of people do that, but Philippians is a bridge too far.

      • December 23, 2015 - Reply

        @Jo 'Mama' Besser

        Poor Steve he should read more and pay someone to coach him.

        • December 23, 2015 - Reply

          @Mary Burrell

          LOL. You made me weak with laughter Sister.

          Enjoy your Day Sister.

        • December 23, 2015 - Reply

          @Mary Burrell

          lmbo. ?

  3. December 22, 2015 - Reply

    Pass

  4. December 22, 2015 - Reply

    It must be rooster season at the hen house — because all of these two-steppin, step-n-fetchit, and self-proclaiming “love expert” negroes are either eating humble pie (Steve Harvey), begging (R-Kelly), or are trying to get that “good” thing back (Rev Run & Tyrese).

    • December 22, 2015 - Reply

      @Tajmarie

      sigh, we must look the other way… lol

    • December 22, 2015 - Reply

      @Tajmarie

      lol

  5. December 22, 2015 - Reply

    im trying to put my finger on why I am so uncomfortable with this all together.

    -Rev. Run relationship with Tyrese seems strategic and sketchy

    -despite the title, i still do not think this show will tackle the real consequences of broken black families and the importance of nuclear black families ( which is truly important, not dating tips)

    -even if they have good intentions or advice, it should be directed directly to black men, not to Black woman who know the truth already… ( or not) ijs

    • December 22, 2015 - Reply

      @jess-s

      “not to Black woman who know the truth already”

      If black women indeed have all the answers already, then they should share it with the rest of us(smile).

      I probably won’t watch but, looking at the previews and knowing that it is on Oprah’s network it doesn’t appear to be an advise/lecture show to black women.

      • December 22, 2015 - Reply

        @Brad

        We’ve been trying to tell y’all, but even now you aren’t listening. LOL

        • December 22, 2015 - Reply

          @saywhoandwhat?

          Ha ha ha ha ok that was pretty funny and in many ways you are right 😉

      • December 22, 2015 - Reply

        @Brad

        Brad, im not sure about that. the Oprah network is designed and catered for woman. Put this on “spike” or “espn”.

        What im saying is that, IF these men have the answers, they should be telling other men.

        • December 22, 2015 - Reply

          @jess-s

          I hear you, I was just pulling your chain, teasing a little.

          Yea, it may not go over to well on Oprah’s network but, she does at least keep things fairly classy at least.

          • December 22, 2015 - Reply

            @Brad

            Classy but corny on OWN remember Life With Latoya Jackson that was sad.

            • December 23, 2015 - Reply

              @Mary Burrell

              Ewww I missed that one(lol)…

  6. December 22, 2015 - Reply

    “It’s not You it’s MeN” is kinda cheesy, imho. I get suspicious every time male celebrities want to become dating expert for women. Hey, I’m sure some women are going to watch…

  7. December 22, 2015 - Reply

    What does the word “expert” mean? Really.

    • December 22, 2015 - Reply

      @saywhoandwhat?

      Right, it seems that anybody with a following and a platform these days are considered “experts, gurus, role models, etc.” As for this show…it is a nope for me.

    • December 22, 2015 - Reply

      @saywhoandwhat?

      Anybody with a little bit of experience (even if it’s just in their own minds) and a lot of confidence.

  8. December 22, 2015 - Reply

    Eh…no thanks.

  9. December 22, 2015 - Reply

    Tyrese and Run DMC have been friends for years. Tyrese said that if you don’t like to talk about grown folks’ stuff, then this isn’t the show for you. Well, I’m grown and I talk about grown folks stuff. Yet, I a’int got to watch that show though. LOL. Shows that talk about dating advice are common today in our time. Many people want to be relationship “experts,” but the fundamental point is that the Golden Rule doesn’t cost a thing. It’s free of charge. If we treat people right, stand up for justice, and promote healthy, voluntary relationships in our communities, then improvements will come about. Tyrese have made controversial comments. A lot of people have exposed his arrogant attitude. Run DMC has been a legendary musician. I view them as musicians and entertainers not as someone that I will take dating tips from. We will see what will be made of the show. Honestly, I won’t watch it.

    • December 22, 2015 - Reply

      @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

      Exactly dear, advice is free so your can take it or leave it. In this case, I’ll pass.

      • December 22, 2015 - Reply

        @Mahogany

        Amen

      • December 22, 2015 - Reply

        @Mahogany

        Have a Great Day Sister.

    • December 23, 2015 - Reply

      @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

      Truth there you go bro;-) all this so called advice their spewling is common sense.

      • December 23, 2015 - Reply

        @Ajavee

        Thank you Sister 😉 The Golden Rule doesn’t cost a thing.

        • December 23, 2015 - Reply

          @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

          Exactly.

          • December 23, 2015 - Reply

            @Ajavee

            P.S. Enjoy your Day Sister. 🙂

            Like always, we will always defend truth and advocate justice plus social tranquility in this world.

            • December 23, 2015 - Reply

              @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

              You do the same Truth.

  10. December 22, 2015 - Reply

    i would have love to see derrick jackson or rob hill as the hosts

  11. December 22, 2015 - Reply

    More janky relationship advice please stop.

  12. December 22, 2015 - Reply

    Dear God I hate it when Tyrese uses words outside of singing and for that reason, I will not be tuning in.

    • December 23, 2015 - Reply

      @niknik

      Dipping into my Snob Box: I read some excerpts from one of his books and it reminded me of that character from In Living Color who was a jailmate who used big words without knowing their actual meanings.

      • December 23, 2015 - Reply

        @Jo 'Mama' Besser

        In order to realize, you must first peptobizmolize the seeds of your memory.

      • December 24, 2015 - Reply

        @Jo 'Mama' Besser

        lol

      • December 24, 2015 - Reply

        @Jo 'Mama' Besser

        ROTFL. LOL.

  13. December 22, 2015 - Reply

    Put this mess on VH1

    • December 22, 2015 - Reply

      @Mary Burrell

      Ham radio.

      • December 22, 2015 - Reply

        @Jo 'Mama' Besser

        LOL.

      • December 23, 2015 - Reply

        @Jo 'Mama' Besser

        You have me screaming sister. ?

  14. December 22, 2015 - Reply

    Always black men trying to give black women “advice” and these women will give them money and listen.

    • December 22, 2015 - Reply

      @Tonididitonem

      I often wonder wtf is wrong with Black women collectively; and why “we” (in the general sense) allow ourselves to be dogged and exploited by BM so much. There are black women who will eat this show up, even if the first guests are Wesley Snipes, Kevin Hart and every other black male who has publicly shit on black women. I don’t get it.

      A few years ago i saw an exercise program run by this black dude who loudly berated all of his students, calling them fat a–, ‘that’s why ain’t no man checking for your big a–/” etc. All KINDS of verbal abuse. And of course all his students were Black females (i can’t refer to them as women) who were all “i need this motivation/he cares about us/he is helping me lose weight’. And we know that if any other demographic besides a black male said these vile things to these women they would not accept it. I truly think a lot of Black women behave like abused wives/girlfriends who believe any kind of attention from a black male is better than none at all.

      • December 23, 2015 - Reply

        @vintage3000

        It truly boggles the mind why some BW are buying this junk.

      • December 23, 2015 - Reply

        @vintage3000

        + 10000000000000000000.

    • December 23, 2015 - Reply

      @Tonididitonem

      What load of manure Tyresse is full of it.

  15. December 22, 2015 - Reply

    So yet another “help Black women” show exploiting Black women for profit.

    And Tyrese of all people! Puhlessssssssseeeeee!

  16. December 22, 2015 - Reply

    I saw the title of this article and knew that the comments section would be fire. With all due respect, these guys don’t go away because enough women think they have ideas that translate into dollars and cents. I know the ladies here are more enlightened, but remember that friends dont let friends buy or watch Tyrese’s s#$t. Same with Tony Gaskins.

  17. December 22, 2015 - Reply

    It’s always the dudes who treat women like garbage giving out advice. What does a man who says men are built to cheat and who beat on his pregnant wife have to tell me about anything? How does one become an ‘expert’ these days? I’m eating ice cream right now, so that makes me a pastry chef, right? Oh, I just finished it, now I’m a weight loss guru. I hate this cottage industry of black men telling black women that they’re wrong and bad under the guise of facilitating relationships and I despair at the internalized sexism harboured by women who accept this junk advice as gospel and consequently lord their ‘wisdom’ over other women. ‘That’s why you can’t keep a man’, right?

    Let’s not even pretend that this show is going to be any different from all of the other, ‘Let the Big Strong Man Tell You Why You’ve Been Bad and Remind You That You Can Never Relax’ flotsam polluting the waves because it’s going to be the same, ‘men are visual creatures’, ‘men and women can’t be friends’, ‘you have to let a man be a man’ bunk that every other program peddles. Fie on this, ‘How to Live a Life of Public Superiority and Private Insecurity’ genre that strives to make women small and inflates toxic masculinity.

    • December 22, 2015 - Reply

      @Jo 'Mama' Besser

      It appears in the case of Black women and relationships mind you, “one becomes an expert”, simply by self-appointment. And a life experience of screwing over said Black women!

      The sad thing is some poor soul will watch this stuff, and believe it!

      Is it just me, or does anyone smell a poorly written book coming from this?

      • December 22, 2015 - Reply

        @G

        They already wrote a book
        together. I think they are doing this show based on it. I don’t think their
        dribble did as well as Steve’s mess. Hence, this self-proclaim show.

        • December 22, 2015 - Reply

          @Tajmarie

          Oh, mercy.

      • December 22, 2015 - Reply

        @G

        The book is called Manology: Secrets of Your Man’s Mind Revealed. New York Times Bestseller.

        *shudder*

        • December 23, 2015 - Reply

          @Jo 'Mama' Besser

          lol

        • December 23, 2015 - Reply

          @Jo 'Mama' Besser

          You know what bothers me Ladies, why are we as Black women so quick to believe we are “broken”?

          Why do we seek advice from any Black man (self anointed that is) who feels he has a God given right to tell us, where we are lacking?

          Ladies take a look in the mirror, then take a look at the Black men volunteering their TYPE of relationship advice.

          • December 23, 2015 - Reply

            @G

            Right? This won’t be popular but I think a lot of black women like to talk a good game about being carefree and having black girl magic and not being affected by white and male supremacy, but when so many are eager to hear people tell them that they are worthless, I wonder how sincere the attitude is. You aren’t carefree if you want strangers to completely remodel and dictate your whole life and personality, there is no magic in that.

            I think all of these romantic guides are gobbledygook, but the way that they’re written when directed at white women is so much different from when they’re directed at us. I know, I know, I’m not interested in taking cues from them, but I’m going somewhere. Yes, absolutely those books are sexist as hell, we remember The Rules, but for all of the petty head games and immaturity of it, you don’t see those books pushing the ‘broken’ narrative the way books aimed at black women do. It’s the difference between, ‘Here’s What You’re Doing Wrong’ and ‘Here’s What’s Wrong With You’ and it pisses me off. There’s a whole culture of black celebrity men talking down to black women and yes, I’m going to say it, if we look stupid to other people for accepting and paying for that, I can’t get mad at them. It IS stupid to knowingly and willingly diminish yourself over threats and control because it looks fun.

            Black women, stop negating and diminishing yourselves at the altar of these disrespectful, uneducated goons and their knuckle-dragging acolytes who love to call this crass validation of the most base of behaviours some kind of worthwhile knowledge.It’s all lies.

          • December 23, 2015 - Reply

            @G

            I agree.

      • December 22, 2015 - Reply

        @G

        Okay, I read a little of it on Google Books and it what you’d expect from Tyrese. It’s ALL about catering to his every whim, or else he’ll cheat. He needs you to be ten or fifteen different women to him because he’s extremely complex. If he gets home at three from the studio and he’s been singing a love song, you’d better wake up for him, even if you’ve been with the kids all day, and you need to get up early and get them to school so he can make his appointment with his personal trainer. I like the part where he constantly threatens on behalf of all men to leave or cheat if you don’t adequately ‘pamper’ him and ‘Tell Him Why He’s Great’ (chapter name), with no mention of the fact that, hey, women need that stuff, too. Also, women don’t understand him and his wisdom is wasted on them, Brandy said so.

        Listen up: His friend, who has been married for fifteen years says that his mistress (that his wife doesn’t know about) saved his marriage. She gives him marriage advice and compliments him, so he gets what he needs from two women. Isn’t that peachy?

        The Rev Run stuff is better, the little I’ve read, but I didn’t learn anything. But Tyrese? There’s a reason you have an ex-wife.

        There’s a section to end the book where they address men, we’ll see.

        Run’s part isn’t included, so Tyrese says, don’t rush into marriage, she might be crazy or crappy. Ugh.There are these bits where he says he’s going to address men, but he just goes on about what women are doing wrong and says that a woman’s life isn’t complete unless she’s married and if she says different she’s lying.

        Oh my hell. I looked at the table of contents and here are some of the parts that Tyrese penned:

        Not Every Cheat is the Same
        Being Taught to Cheat
        Justifiable Infidelity
        Cheating Doesn’t Have to Define Your Relationship

        And LOADS of women gave it five stars, though some say Tyrese’s part is crap and Rev Rev’s is more mature. What’s scary is that a lot of women are saying they’re going to give it to their daughters when they start dating. All of the Tyrese bits I’ve seen are about man worship and being available for sex always when he wants it. Is that what you want to teach your daughters, that their lives are worthless without male validation and emotional control (even though he writes about men being ‘MAN-ip-u-lators’)? Though they have a problem because apparently, his grammar is very bad. I haven’t seen enough of the book to adequately judge that, but he does seem to think that sentence = paragraph and that is not true.

        These women scare me and make me sad, there is such a huge issue with internalized sexism among black women. If not babying men, we get accused of selling out to white feminists, or not being Godly, or shamed for being single. We have to deal with the stigma surrounding singledom. It isn’t bad to be single, but even if you don’t want to be single, better single than a guy’s mule.

        The bad reviews are entertaining, though.

        • December 23, 2015 - Reply

          @Jo 'Mama' Besser

          Yesssss…it’s the women!….they keep humoring these fools and that’s why they won’t go away….Black women are not dumb…why do they keep humoring these fools?….

          By the way, you always bring IT!..With humor and too much smarts…..Your last paragraph was EVERYTHING!

          • December 23, 2015 - Reply

            @lis

            There’s an industry called, ‘Insecure Black Women, How to Get and Keep Them There’ and its business is good.

            • December 23, 2015 - Reply

              @Jo 'Mama' Besser

              Yes indeed Jo. Some people just take everything these celebs say as the gospel.

        • December 23, 2015 - Reply

          @Jo 'Mama' Besser

          Will there be movie to accompany the crappy book like that mess Steve Harvey put out?

          • December 23, 2015 - Reply

            @Mary Burrell

            He’s Just Not That Into You, But He’s Been Into Her, Her and Them, So, He Got Some STIs Into You.

            I looked at the ‘Related’ margin on the reviews page and there was some Steve Harvey crap up there. The guy says that every single one of his married male friends have cheated. And it’s not a big deal because it’s just sex and dudes need to get ‘tightened up’, whatever the hell that means. Get better friends. He says he doesn’t condone it, but he did it (maybe he still does) and he treats adultery as a natural part of male composition because that’s how men relax and they’re visual and ‘Ug, ug, want sex!’. He tells this story about how he loves his wife’s sense of adventure, but then goes on to say that the second he married her, he made her give up hobbies she used to have (like SCUBA diving) because he couldn’t ‘protect her’. She seemed be doing it fine before he stepped into her life. What, is she going to use his teeth as flotation devices? How many of his hobbies (like adultery) did he give up? But women lap it up.

            • December 23, 2015 - Reply

              @Jo 'Mama' Besser

              What a toolbox

              • December 23, 2015 - Reply

                @Mary Burrell

                Bob Vila would be envious of it.

                • December 23, 2015 - Reply

                  @Jo 'Mama' Besser

                  LOL. That’s old school.

        • December 23, 2015 - Reply

          @Jo 'Mama' Besser

          Thank you for the update Sister.

          Sexist books are unfortunately very common in this generation.

          You are showing the truth.

          • December 23, 2015 - Reply

            @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

            Everything is the woman’s fault. It’s as if they’re fundamentally unsound, so men have to break them down and as a reward those women have to build the men back up. They talk about how a woman has to be loyal and supportive, which would be fine if they didn’t turn around and say why men cheat, why you made him do it, and why you should be okay with, or even grateful for it. They say ‘protect’ as a code word for ‘control’ and it doesn’t even dawn on them to give back what they demand. And all of these dudes have skeletons in their closets dating back to the signing of Magna Carta, but do they acknowledge that? Nope, they’re trying to think up a way to make a book out of blaming their mothers for their birthmarks or shellfish allergy.

            • December 23, 2015 - Reply

              @Jo 'Mama' Besser

              You’re right Sister.

              These misogynists can’t help themselves with their pathetic M.O. Such books insult women since they promotes the nefarious lie that woman are to be blamed for the errors of a man. The truth is that any mistake made by any man should never be blamed on any woman. They promote the Ossie and Harriet myth that if women are controlled in a subordinate fashion (with the woman totally submitting to a man’s demands unquestionably), then everything will be fine. These sexists also believe that men don’t have self control (that men collectively are like cavemen brutes), so a woman must be controlled by a man to prevent a man to cheat. This is all nonsense and has been debunked by scholars (and anyone with commonsense) for years. I wouldn’t be surprised if they would be so low as to create books to blame their own mothers for their mistakes. They lust for a profit. We desire such anti-women lies to be exposed and refuted. There is no liberation on this Earth unless women are liberated.

              • December 23, 2015 - Reply

                @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

                I want to see what these men would do if their romantic partners ‘justifiably cheated’. Steve Harvey and Tyrese Gibson tried to prevent their children from having contact with their own mothers when they broke up with their respective wives. They get to cheat or beat and then punish women further by alienating them from their children for whatever it is that they may or may not have done, so you know that if their women treated them the way they treat women it would be nuclear.

                • December 23, 2015 - Reply

                  @Jo 'Mama' Besser

                  For them to promote the phrase of “justifiably cheated” outline their promotion of an oxymoron. These are the same ones that condemn every single mother (even if a single mother is doing what’s right and handling her business), but they refuse to admit their mistakes in their own books (in an introspective, progressive way). I have noticed that their literature advances a distorted view of masculinity when true integrity is not treating women as second class citizens. True integrity is about treating men and women as equals. People like Harvey and Gibson are hustlers who want to make cash when they are playing with people’s lives. Relationships are not a game and we need more healing in our communities not misogynistic lies and propaganda.

    • December 22, 2015 - Reply

      @Jo 'Mama' Besser

      Please SAY that Ms. Lady– so over this game and the ‘everyone is an author/expert’ game that appears to be the new thing these days.

      • December 22, 2015 - Reply

        @eLLe D.

        I agree.

  18. December 22, 2015 - Reply

    “No One Will Ever Love You If You Don’t Fix Yourself” is the greatest way ever to sell stuff.

  19. December 22, 2015 - Reply

    That’s going to be a NO.

  20. December 22, 2015 - Reply

    this is just another talk show that is out to confuse and exploit black women and black men, why would anyone in their right mind take advice from or listen to anyone advice on relationships that have not been successful in relationships themselves. Come on now.

    • December 23, 2015 - Reply

      @trueletterson*vwfone@gmail.com

      You’re making too much sense.

      • December 23, 2015 - Reply

        @Ajavee

        thanks, just common sense LOL!

  21. December 22, 2015 - Reply

    Tyrese and Rev Run must owe someone!

    • December 23, 2015 - Reply

      @trueletterson*vwfone@gmail.com

      Or someone owes them. They must have film footage of Ted Cruz at a coke orgy with R. Kelly to be able to get this kind of platform for no discernible reason.

      • December 23, 2015 - Reply

        @Jo 'Mama' Besser

        you got that right!

  22. December 23, 2015 - Reply

    i’ll stick to sweetie pies

  23. December 23, 2015 - Reply

    “Each week, the series will feature new celebrity guests and relationship experts offering unique points of view on topics ranging from why you’re still single”

    No! I’ve had enough!

    • December 23, 2015 - Reply

      @KissOfDanger

      UGGGGGGGGGh. ‘It’s Not You, It’s Men’ but the first thing to come out of that show’s mouth is ‘Wimmins Sux’.

  24. December 23, 2015 - Reply

    Why is this even a TV show?? *throws hands up*

  25. December 26, 2015 - Reply

    Can’t say I saw this coming; but, I’m not surprised. It’s a paying gig and Mr. Gibson may not be Fast N Furious enough to afford that “private” island for his 8yrs old and is steppin’ this far out of his lanes to profess himself an “expert” on relationships.

    As for Rev Run, well, he has 7 others relying on him for financial support, so he’ll be a paid “expert” for whatever will make that possible.

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