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Cam Newton says he is not a fan of "bad b---h" women who "can't cook" and "don't know how to be quiet."

While appearing on the "Million Dollaz Worth of Game" podcast, Newton angered many women by saying he believes women should be traditional like his mother.

Newton believes women should cook and clean to appease their men.

The unemployed NFL quarterback complained about women who call themselves "boss b---h" but they "can't cook" and "don't know when to be quiet."

"Now a woman for me is, handling your own but knowing how to cater to a man's needs," he said.


Newton was fortunate to be raised in a traditional 2 parent household.

"I had a perfect, a perfect example of what a man was in my life by my father. My parents have been together for 36, 37 years now and it's a beautiful thing," Newton said via Mediaite.

"I grew up in a three parent household. My mom, my father, and my grandmother. And I knew what a woman was. Not a bad b---h!" Newton declared.

"A bad bitch is a person who's just, you know, 'Girl I'm a bad b---h, I'm doing this, I'm doing that.' I look the part but I don't act the part," Newton said, describing every Instagram model.

"There's a lot of women who are bad b----es. And I say b----es in a way, not to degrade a woman but just to go off the aesthetic of what they deem is a boss chick," he said.

"Now a woman for me is, handling your own but knowing how to cater to a man's needs. Right? And I think a lot of times when you get that aesthetic of 'I'm a boss bitch, Imma this, Imma that.' No baby! But you can't cook. You don't know when to be quiet! You don't know how to allow a man to lead."

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Newton fathered four children with ex-girlfriend, Kia Proctor (pictured). The former stripper left Newton and took their kids with her after she learned he cheated on her with an Instagram model.

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Remy Ma explained why she prefers male Uber drivers in a discussion about sexism across all industries.

In an interview with Ebro in the Morning, the 41-year-old rapper said she believes in traditional male/female roles.

While Remy praised independent working women, she also admitted there are things men do better than women.

"Unfortunately, whatever field you're in - if you're a woman - your gender is probably gonna be placed before your occupation," she said.

She also admitted she never chooses a female Uber driver because she believes women can't drive better than men.

"Female Uber drivers. I tell people all the time: that's, like, my biggest thing, if I see it I'm declining it," she said. "Because I don't want a woman driver, period. Because most women can't drive, I'm sorry."

However, Remy was quick to say she trusts her own driving.

"I drive amazingly, I'm Nascar fast car," she said.

"But, for the most part, one time I got into the car [with a women driver] and I was peeling the skin off my eyelids. She was stopping at yellow lights... I'm telling you I know it's a problem because I do it in certain instances, and I am a whole woman that is all for female empowerment, but I don't want a woman driver."

Watch the video below:

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A woman is accused of recruiting plus-size Black women on TikTok, then forcing them to cut themselves and call her "daddy."

Angela Vandusen, 27, of Michigan, is accused of forming a social media cult called "Daddy's Girls" in 2020 that targeted "insecure plus-sized black women". Angela reportedly encouraged the cult members to call her "daddy."

Angela gained a large following on TikTok by creating videos of herself dancing and lip-syncing provocatively.

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She also shared her weight-loss journey on TikTok and other social media sites. Eventually, she expressed her fondness for BDSM (Bondage, Discipline, Sadism and Masochism), in addition to her preference for BBWs - big beautiful women of color.

One former member, who asked to remain anonymous, told Rolling Stone:

"We don't fit the society's standards of what a body is supposed to look like. It was safe to be around other women – we all looked the same, had the same problems, had the same struggles.

"A lot of girls joined based off the same aspect that we could talk about things and we could all relate to each other."

As more BBW women joined her BDSM cult, Angela's dark side began to emerge. She targeted women who were insecure, submissive and willing to be dominated by her.

Several of the women have spoken out about the abuse they suffered. They say Angela forced them to cut themselves and to pull their hair out of their heads to prove their loyalty.

When Angela had around 50,000 followers, she started charging $50 for weekly livestreams. During one of the livestreams, the male-identified lesbian asked the women to only make videos about her on their pages.

Women who made videos that weren't about Angela were disciplined or lectured to by the other group members.

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Over time, her livestreams became more and more sexual and her rules more strict.

"That's when I realized she's leading these girls on and making them fall in love with her," a former member told Rolling Stone.

One woman showed Rolling Stone a series of text messages from Angela, in which she said she was going to "punish" her for not answering her phone.

"You will be punished for this bulls**t. Stupid f**king b***h. You don't do jack f**king s**t, just lazy for no f**king reason," the text messages read.

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A TikTok user named @auntkaren0 (left) shared a screenshot of text messages allegedly sent by Angela (right) to an ex-Daddy's Girls member encouraging her to "cut deeper" and to "pull 20 strings of hair" out of her head (see the video below).

Angela, whose TikTok username was @AngelaTheeG0ddess, has since been kicked off the platform.

She has not been charged with any crimes, but there is a petition calling for her arrest.

The petition has gained over 22,300 signatures of its 25,000 goal as of Sunday night.

Watch @auntkaren0's video below.


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Joe Budden caused rampant speculation on social media when he said he was bisexual during his podcast.

During a heated discussion with his co-hosts about DaBaby "bowing down" to LGBT+ groups, Budden said:

"How do I spread this news? How do I spread the word. Yo, listen, I like guys and girls. Spread the word. I'm down."

Many believed he confirmed his down low/bisexual lifestyle after years of rumors and innuendo.

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But one woman who knows Budden intimately said he's far from being bisexual.

Tahiry Jose, who appeared on Love & Hip Hop: New York alongside Budden, reacted to the viral video clip on Thursday.

"Joey may be a women beater but far from Bi...," she tweeted. She drove her point home in a series of tweets:

"Na, I would've known! We did things. And I'm submissive... ONLY IN BED! So that's a hard pass. No point intended. Lol.

"I've put the past behind me... THANK YOU THERAPY... Phone please stop ringing!!!! He's a calculated person, a smart person, so smart, it hurts him a lot of the times! Stay tuned!

"I mean he got a little money now and ninjas that ain't never had nothing might just get excited, bored & want to try new things. If so... please let him LIVE!"

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Have you ever wondered why so many American women are single or can't keep a man? Then you see women in other cultures who are booed up or married for years, and you wonder why her?

The reason is simple. Most women who are married or in long term relationships are submissive to their men.

Being submissive is not easy. It takes maturity and a lot of discipline.

A TikTok video featuring an Alpha male is going viral. In the video, the Alpha male tells women the truth and they can't handle it.

The Twitter user who posted the video captioned it: "...This scary asf."

She probably believes a man should shower her with attention, buy her bags and shoes, pay her bills - and all she has to do is look pretty.

Check out the videos below.


Shawn Mendes hates yelling at his submissive girlfriend, Camila Cabello, because she "shrinks" whenever he raises his voice.

The 22-year-old pop singer fears his relationship with Camila will become abusive.

The Canadian star admits he often checks himself when he and the 24-year-old Cuban singer have a falling out, and he hates the way he makes her feel.

"I raised my voice at her and she was like, 'I don't like it when you raise your voice. Why did you raise your voice?'" he told the Man Enough podcast.

"I got so defensive. I was like, 'I wasn't raising my voice at you!' And I did raise my voice at her. And I felt her shrink and I felt me grow and I was like, 'Oh God, this is the worst'. I'm so terrified of being evil. I'm so scared to be bad."

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Shawn says his insecurity causes him to lash out at the former Fifth Harmony member, and he fears he will lose her if he doesn't seek help for his undiagnosed mental health issues.

"Maybe there even is bad inside of me, and I have to just accept that that exists, and that other part of me, he's just got to be here and we've just got to work together until eventually he gets worked in all of the trauma and all of the kinks get rubbed out of him and he's OK. But I can't avoid the fact that there's a little bit of darkness inside of me and letting that darkness kind of be present is a horrible feeling."

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Shawn recalls how Camila helps him with his anxiety and mental health issues, and now admits she also comforts him after he loses his temper.

"She comforted me, and then it took me, like, 20 minutes of us separately reading our books to be able to come back to her and be like, 'God, that was a whole thing and I'm really sorry.'"

Shawn is desperate to rid himself of his demons, because a submissive woman like Camila is hard to find.

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A TikTok video posted by an NFL wife is going viral due to its submissive content -- considered a controversial topic in the Black community.

Chanen Raygoza, wife of New Orleans Saints wide receiver Juwan Johnson, shared a video that shows a routine day in the life of an NFL wife.

She rises at 6 a.m. very morning to make breakfast for her man. She pours sugar and syrup on his eggs because he has a sweet tooth. Then she gets busy making the bed, cleaning the shower and picking his clothes up off the floor. She also stops by the salon for eyelashes extensions "so I look pleasing to him."

Naturally, the comments section is in shambles. American women are highly critical of submissive a wife who knows her lane.

One Instagram user wrote: "these are jokes right. I keep seeing tiktoks about these white women being slaves to these black men lol."

Another IG user wrote: "she sounds like an indentured servant but no nothing is wrong with taking care of your husband and home but."

And a third wrote: "This is slavery."


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Dancing with the Stars Season 29 contestant Jeannie Mai stepped out on a date with her fiancé Jeezy at Nobu in Malibu, CA. on Sunday night.

The couple complied with the local face mask ordinance as they dined at the restaurant and lounge.


The 41-year-old Capricorn rocked a loose fit, faded denim outfit with black heels and a bedazzled face mask whereas the "Love in This Club" rapper, a 43-year-old Libra, wore matching jeans with a maroon army fatigue sweater and matching shoes.

Jeezy carried a doggy bag and the couple held hands on their way to his leased Ferrari.

Jeannie is still getting backlash from Black women regarding her comments about being a "submissive wife" when she and Jeezy tie the knot.

"Well for me, submit does not mean that you are lower or less important than your man," Jeannie told Tamron Hall.


"Of course, Jay and I respect each other very equally. What I mean is in my work life, in my actual life, I own my businesses, I run my team, I make all of the decisions and I lead entirely in the outside of my life. So in my home, I want my man to lead. I want him to take in what I would like and what my wishes are, what my dreams are, and then incorporate it, making the overall decision that’s best for our vision together."

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On today's "Tamron Hall", "Dancing with the Stars" contestant Jeannie Mai discusses her headline-making statement that she plans to "submit to my man" when she marries rapper Jeezy.

The Emmy Award-winning co-host of "The Real" also opens up to Tamron Hall about her experience with sexual assault and how it affected her relationship with her mother.

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On the Thursday, October 8th edition of "Tamron Hall," Jeannie discussed her public statement about her plans to "submit" to her fiancé Jeezy, born Jay Jenkins, after she gets married. Mai's revelation was met with mixed response on social media, but she had a ready explanation:

"Well for me, submit does not mean that you are lower or less important than your man," Jeannie said.

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"Of course, Jay and I respect each other very equally. What I mean is in my work life, in my actual life, I own my businesses, I run my team, I make all of the decisions and I lead entirely in the outside of my life. So in my home, I want my man to lead. I want him to take in what I would like and what my wishes are, what my dreams are, and then incorporate it, making the overall decision that’s best for our vision together."


Jeannie dismissed social media's reaction to her statement:

"Girl, I am 41, I don't care what kind of pushback I get from other women out there. This is my life and you know coming out of divorce and also making a major decision to marry again after being blessed to fall in love and finding such a beautiful person, I want to be very clear and open about how our life can be so that we make sure that our vision is aligned and that we both are empathetic to each other and know that this is the structure we’re going into. I think the biggest mistake that you can make is not communicating what you want and not setting it up for a win."

"Tamron Hall" airs Thursday, Oct. 8 on OWN Network.

Watch clips from Tamron's interview with Jeannie Mai below.


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CNN shared an opinion piece by Bangladeshi pundit Anushay Hossain, who writes: "The ugly truth behind Saudi Arabia’s love for Melania Trump” is that her husband, President Donald Trump, makes her behave the way “the Saudi government likes women to behave."

In other words, Melania Trump is submissive to her husband and stays in her lane.

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