New mommy Tamar Braxton was spotted on the set of "The Real" with her fabulous co-hosts as they rehearsed for their upcoming national debut. See the ladies bonding inside and see new pics of Tamera Mowry-Housley with her husband and son....
Although it's only been a few weeks since Tamar Braxton gave birth to son Logan Vincent Herbert, the new mommy is already back to work. She showed off her post-baby body while on the set with her co-hosts Tamera Mowry-Housley, Loni Love, Adrienne Bailon, & Jeannie Mai.
The ladies are in LA prepping for the national debut of the newest & most diverse daily panel talk "The Real" which starts its test run on July 15 in LA, NY, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Houston and Tampa.
Black women have continuously made concessions for those who have no respect for them. So they should not be surprised when people overall have no respect them.
Originally Posted by TheScientist
I mean they support absolute HYPOCRITES. The fact that Eddie Long still has his church; and the fact that a man like Steve Harvey can be seen as a relationship expert just shows how misguided and yes, idiotic black women can be for those who don't respect them.
I chalk it up to low self esteem, and low self-worth. How can you expect people to value you and treat you properly if you don't command it? If you don't take a stand for every offense, than just about anyone can offend you.
Look at the Jews! They stand behind their identity, you cannot say one wrong thing about them. You cannot criticize their history, their collective character, nothing. Do you think some "scientist" can release a study on the high herpes infection rates of culturally Jewish women? They would be CRUCIFIED.
You can't dare speak against the Jews, white gays, or Asians. You can barely say shit about black men because their pit bull guard dogs [black women] will be QUICK on the defense. But you can say just about any damned thing about black women and you can skate by on your career. Because out of all those groups, black women value themselves the least and will politically put others (especially black men) way in front of themselves. If they don't wake up and find some self-respect now, the future for black girls will be BLEAK as fuck. Real talk.
I want this to succeed if only because it's the only daytime show without a white person. I'm tired of the daytime shows with one black participant.
Joan Clayton: My mother always said, "When love runs out on you, God sends you love's equivalent... or better." Toni Childs: I thought she said, "When you run out of love's lubricant, use butter." Joan Clayton: What? Toni Childs: What? Your momma does mumble. And we both know she's a freak.