Jay-Z, Solange and keeping the right people around you

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In this Financial Lovemaking episode, Dr Boyce Watkins and S. Tia Brown discuss the fight between Jay-Z and Solange Knowles.  The focus is not on the gossip behind it all, but on what we can learn about protecting ourselves from people who might be harmful to have in your life.

What do you think?  Can a man be abused as well as a woman?

Is it ever ok to put your hands on another person?

With Jay-Z and Beyonce being worth nearly a billion dollars, there is a great deal at risk with these sorts of blow ups.

There may be a lesson about keeping the right people in your life.

Tell us your thoughts after you watch the video.

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4 Comment

  1. Unbeliveable, all this wasted media on non sense. Non factor compare to real news. Use MEDIA POWER to help those woman over in Nigeria. Disappointed Dr. Boyce Watkins.

  2. Great Advice Dr. Boyce , this is one of those lesson I learned the hard way .

  3. You can't choose your relatives nor should you have to apologize for having relatives that may go off from time to time; all families have blow ups, this is their business!

  4. You can't go around calling yourself "god" & not expect some kind of fallout eventually. As much as I love Muhammad Ali, all that "I'm pretty" & "I'm king of the world" talking he used to do in his heyday has him where he can't even hardly make himself understood these days. Jay-Z has been an outspoken foe of faith and the faithful virtually since he came out. God will not be mocked. Bearing this in mind, ain't no telling exactly what else the Holy Spirit has in store for him. As they say, "God don't like ugly, and he's not too fond of pretty".
    "Jesus can't save you, life starts when the church ends" lyrics & general cooning has all but sealed his fate, outside of public repentance. This latter-day irreverence, post Civil Rights, is eerily similar to Israel in the desert after our deliverance from Egypt:

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