How is this homely-ass, regular-personality white man snagging gorgeous black women like Tamron Hall and Kerry Washington? Gotta be because he's rich and famous, because it probably isn't the peen...
Also, wouldn't MSNBC have a no-fraternization rule?
Child, please. The entire news business is ALL fraternization!
The Tamron before Tamron (read: Black female anchor du jour) was Allison Stewart and she married the Vice President of MSNBC Programming and then left. (she's back working again, now at CBS 60 Minutes)
Alison Stewart and Bill Wolff
Published: November 5, 2006
Alison Stewart and Bill Wolff were married last evening at Cipriani 23rd Street in New York. The Rev. Dr. Leslie C. Smith, an Episcopal priest, officiated. Skip to next paragraphDave McCoy
The bride and bridegroom, both 40, work in Secaucus for MSNBC, the cable news channel; she is a daytime news anchor and the host of “The Most,” and he is the vice president for prime-time programming.
The bride, who is also a contributing correspondent on NBC’s “Today” show, will continue to use her name professionally. She graduated from Brown.
She is a daughter of Carol Stewart and Joseph T. Stewart Jr. of Skillman, N.J. Her father, who is retired, was the senior vice president for corporate affairs at Squibb Corporation, the pharmaceutical company in Princeton, N.J. Her mother, also retired, taught biology at Columbia High School in Maplewood, N.J.
The bridegroom, who was a writer of “Rebound,” a 2005 film starring Martin Lawrence, graduated cum laude from Harvard.
He is a son of Carolyn Wolff of St. Louis and Dr. Gerald Wolff of Tucson. His mother, who is retired, was an associate general counsel for Anheuser-Busch in St. Louis. His father works in Tucson as a staff cardiologist at the University Medical Center of the University of Arizona, where he is also a clinical associate professor.
What you want the sista to wait around for a Black man to come to his senses? GTFOH! My sisters have been waiting long enough, plus there is a shortage of eligible Black men, Black men on the other hand have a surplus of beautiful, smart, caring Black women to chose from.
I'm happily married to a wonderful BLACK man, and I want the same for my sisters, but, since that is not a viable option, why shouldn't Black women be open?
Um. I would find it hard to believe that Kerry or Tamron would have a hard time find Black men willing to date them. I suspect that these women just have different taste. Which is fine. But let's not pretend Black men aren't checking for these women.
Tamron career is doing fine, and will continue to grow, don't count her out so fast. I didn't know Lawrence was divorced, if him and Tamron are dating, I say "you go Lawrence, Tamron is beautiful and smart"...to Tamron I say "you go Tamron, Lawrence is handsome and RICH".
Crazy thing the other night watching the Fl primary coverage, I said Tamron and Cory Booker would make a nice looking couple, in fact any brotha with a future would do well to hook a beautiful, classy and smart sista like Tamron. Just ask President Obama about the benefits of having a beautiful, smart, and classy sista as your wife.
Tamron would look nice with Cory Booker. But Cory is dating Gayle.
I know. I was watching fox news, and fine ass Harris Faulkner was on. I was like. You already know.
I guess once Black women reach a certain level. They aren't checking for Brothers anymore.
Ignorance seems to allow people to take an extreme scenario and make it a vast generalization. The media focus on the athletes with White wives, and therefore some of y'all swear that 90% of NBA and NFL players are married to white women. The statistical reality is that most of those guys are married to women of the same race as themselves.
You see a few hot AA news anchor babes and all of a sudden sisters in general aren't checking for brothers once they reach a certain level. OK. Whatever. I know a ton of Black Female News Anchors and 90% percent of them or more have Black husbands.