Not long after comedian Steve Harvey, 54, hit his mid-life crisis and went shirtless for the masses, he reinvented himself as a love and relationship guru through a slew of bestselling self-help books. The most popular of which, “Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man” was featured on Oprah.
In Steve’s real life, however, his ex-wife claims he was a no-good cheating husband. In a trio of YouTube videos that have gone viral, Mary Harvey finally acknowledges what some have assumed all along. That Steve Harvey is a hypocrite. Making money giving relationship advice while he’s nothing but a cheater himself.
“He turned my son against me, had me evicted from my house,” Mary says in one clip. (They divorced in 2005.) “I woke up, and everything was gone.”
Mary also added that Steve’s current wife, Marjorie Bridges, was originally his mistress. (Maybe I’m lost.. but who didn’t know that?)
View all three clips of Steve’s ex-wife Mary spilling all the TEA on Mr. Harvey below:
Steve hit twitter and issued this cryptic message:
…and his attorneys have released a statement about the videos, saying:
“We are appalled and aware of the videos and other fabricated documents … which contained false, misleading, derogatory, disparaging, malicious, explicit and slanderous information about Mr. Harvey, his current wife and others.”
“We are saddened that the ex-wife has resorted to such devious and selfish behavior, with a reckless disregard for their minor son, her adult son and Mr. Harvey’s other children.”
I will leave you with this, just because someone knows what’s right, doesn’t mean they live by it. Steve Harvey is an imperfect man, just like everyone else. That doesn’t mean that his relationship books aren’t real talk or common sense, it just means he’s not following his own advice.
Question: IF all that Steve’s ex is saying is true, does that negate his “skills” as a relationship guru?