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Youtuber and dating expert Kevin Samuels counsels a 27-year-old woman who is eager to win back her "high value" ex-husband.

The woman's high-value husband divorced her after telling her to seek therapy.

That's always a bad sign when a spouse or significant other advises a woman to seek professional help for her mental problems.

But it gets worse.

Kevin gets the caller to admit she is currently married to a man 25 years her senior.

The caller says he's a good provider who bought her a home. However, she wants her ex-husband back because he's a high-value man who's 15 years her senior. She adds that her ex is better looking than her current husband.

Needless to say, Kevin has very little patience for today's "modern woman" - as he calls narcissistic sociopaths who only consider their own selfish needs.

I fast forwarded to the woman's call below. But you can watch the full video here.
 

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Kevin Samuels booted reality TV personality Shekinah Jo off his show after she appeared on camera in total darkness.

"You gotta come into the light," he told her. But she refused, saying she feared he would rate her a "negative three."

"Well if you're a negative three then that's what it is," Samuels said before Shekinah responded, "But I'm not a negative three. I would never let you and no one else put me down."

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The conversation grew heated when Samuels told Shekinah he wouldn't lie to spare her feelings.

"Hey, calm down cutie," said Shekinah, pictured right with former friend Tameka "Tiny" Harris.

"Kick rocks b****," Samuels said, before ending the session.

Samuels then said, "You always wanna say something but you don't wanna deal with it."

Speaking about women in general, Samuels said:

"I'm tired of women wanting somebody to lie to them... Women like her have been coddled and lied to so much that the truth is offensive. So all they can do is laugh at it because it hurts too much because they know they've been lied to...

This is what it's come to... You are what you are. You ladies don't seem to like rankings, but you rank men. You are what you are. Like it or not... Y''all want somebody to tell you you're all 10s."

Mr. Samuels has grown a large following of mostly lonely women whom he berates and downgrades for clicks and views.

Samuels is a 51-year-old man who rates himself a "high value" nine out of 10. He has drawn criticism for rating Beyonce an 8 and calling women "b**ches."
 

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YouTuber Kevin Samuels recently sat down with DJ Vlad of Vlad TV, where he explained his rating scale of biological women (1-8).

Samuels differentiated between women who are considered "hawt" and those women who men want to marry.

Samuels is best known for his radical dating advice, which pits him against traditional relationship experts who don't antagonize their audience base.

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His rating scale of beautiful women ranges from 1-8. Samuels claims the perfect woman (rated a 10) doesn't exist. He recently rated curvaceous rapper Megan Thee Stallion a six. Megan, 26, is pictured on Aug. 17, 2020.

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He rated industry socialite Lori Harvey an 8. Lori, 24, is pictured above in a photo dated May 18, 2020. By coincidence, he also rated semi-retired pop singer Beyonce an 8.

He is so hard on Black women that many of his followers assume he is a closeted homosexual -- despite his denials. The YouTuber has at least one child, a daughter, that he supports financially.

His relationship with the child's mother likely influences his hate for women.
 

 

 

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YouTuber Kevin Samuels has a ton of haters on the Internet. Mr. Samuels has a large following of mostly women who live for his relationship advice.

Samuels is a 50-year-old man who considers himself to be a good catch. He makes a living on YouTube grading women based on their looks and how many children they have.

Recently, Samuels went live on YouTube and displayed his computer home screen while chatting with a woman on Zoom.

The woman complained that a "guy" in the Zoom chat was making her nervous.

Then the screen briefly displayed the "guy" laying on a bed. Based on the decor of the man's room and the dim lighting, it's obvious that the person was not in Samuel's home.

The person in the bed was someone on the Zoom chat. Samuels assured the woman that "he's gone" from the chat.

But the video went viral anyway, fueling the rumors that Samuels is homosexual.

According to MTO.com, Samuels was divorced from a woman in 2005 and he is (or was) paying child support for a daughter.

That doesn't mean he's straight, but it doesn't confirm all the rumors that he is homosexual either. And even if he was, that doesn't diminish him as a man.

Watch the video below:

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A third woman allegedly had a romantic fling with self-described dating and relationship "expert" Derrick Jaxn is an Atlanta surgeon.

A Twitter gossipmonger claims the woman is a surgeon who was allegedly knocked up by Jaxn, but she had an abortion -- allegedly.

The @hbcuhive account tweeted:

"So Derrick Jaxn lied again Y'all. His current mistress said they just had sex on March 18th 2021( she also got pregnant but aborted it) and he just told us he has been faithful for the last 6 months! WOW.

"Y'all Derrick Jaxn has a current mistress who is a doctor in Atlanta and was recording videos in front of her house! He also got this mistress pregnant! According to the mistress this is her house in the background and she just saw him last week!"

Hold on, it gets worse: Jaxn allegedly sent the woman masturbation videos -- and she kept the receipts. He allegedly filed a restraining order against the doctor.

Jaxn was dragged by males on social media last week after rumors of his infidelities were first reported by pugnacious YouTube vlogger Tasha K.

Jaxn humbled himself in front of his wife, Da'Naia Jackson, after cheating allegations surfaced on social media.

He took responsibility for his infidelities, saying:

"It's important that I let you know I don't stand by those actions. I don't want to encourage anybody to do that. Secondly, I know I can't build a platform preaching certain things, preaching against certain things, and then, in my real life, live contrary to that."

 

 

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Dating and relationship "expert" Derrick Jaxn humbled himself in front of his wife after cheating allegations surfaced on social media.

Jaxn, who made a career out of criticizing men and doling out relationship advice to lonely women, was caught out there being unfaithful to his long-suffering wife, Da'Naia Jackson.

Mischievous YouTube vlogger Tasha K first reported the cheating rumors after a woman named Candice De Medeiros alleged earlier this month she had an affair with Jaxn.

Medeiros said she assumed Jaxn and his wife had separated. Obviously she got that impression from Jaxn himself, who has dubbed himself a "Self-Love Ambassador."

In a new video, Jaxn said he had an honest discussion with his wife about the rumors and allegations -- and apparently she's okay with it as long as the checks keep rolling in.

They appear together in the video, holding hands as he explains the error of his ways.

"I want to be clear," he says, "I'm not talking about just casually kicking it, maybe a lunch or something like that. I'm talking about as serious as sex, sexual flirtation, and meeting up and those type of things."

He added:

"It's important that I let you know I don't stand by those actions. I don't want to encourage anybody to do that. Secondly, I know I can't build a platform preaching certain things, preaching against certain things, and then, in my real life, live contrary to that."

Jaxn and his wife are pictured on the cover of his book, Heal Together: Without Hurting Each Other.