Since the segment aired showing Bailey’s baby daddy, actor Leon, actually staying in their house during a visit to Atlanta, Peter & Cynthia have been given major side-eye.
For some odd reason, it’s a NEGATIVE thing for the trio to get along for the sake of their daughter, Noelle, and many have called Cynthia a “PIMP” for having 2 men in her household, while others suspect there’s some freaky ish going on.
A few days ago, I wrote about Cynthia’s fellow cast mate/bff Nene Leake‘s ‘New Normal’ when it comes to her and Gregg’s “unconventional” relationship (click HERE if you missed that), but I neglected to mention Cynthia and her dilemma.
A friend brought up Halle Berry‘s current situation and offered up a comparison….
You may have heard by now, but Berry’s supermodel baby daddy Gabriel Aubry posed for the mugshot above after he and her current boo, Oliver Martinez got into an altercation as he was dropping off their daughter on Thanksgiving day.
The fight left Aubry, who earns a living with his extraordinary good looks, with a black eye and horribly bruised in the face.
Berry and the Nanny both say Aubry initiated the fight by pushing and shoving Martinez, and it was those witness statements which figured into the decision to arrest Aubry.
Aubry is still due in court Dec. 13th to face those charges, however the custody battle that he and Berry had been battling has been quietly settled.
Now… let’s compare these two situations for a moment and WARNING! I’m about to pull the race card.
Then we have Gabriel & Oliver, who actually got into a fistfight in front of the child. Halle and Oliver are just “shacking” up at the moment” and she was never married to either man.
I offer the two comparisons to ask the following question:
Why is it that we vilify the two Black men in Bailey’s life who get along wonderfully for the sake of the family unit, but the two WHITE men who acted a fool get a free pass, with most men I know even empathizing with the situation?
Clearly there are no right or wrong answers to my question, but it’s definitely something to think about and I’d love to hear YOUR take…..