Black Men Must control their households! Why are black women fighting this? Also is Karma coming back at Wendy Williams like a ton of bricks?

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The reasons why the black family is in a chaotic state is because black men do not have control of their households. If you ran a business and didn’t have control over its operation it would be a very unorganized place to work, and where there is no discipline there is no structure and there is no love. Black men must take control of their household in order for the family to be successful but it seems like we disagreed on this  episode. People  misunderstand the word control and dictatorship. You do not have to be a dictator to control your home. We are talking about order and making sure things get done in the proper manner. Also we talked  about Wendy Williams, where it seems like she is unraveling before us, and I brought up the fact that, could this be karma coming back at her like a ton of bricks?

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