All the killers I saw growing up were white men,
All the stand-up guys were black.
Sometimes white men could be bad guys who were good guys who were bad guys who were—
Wait, I am confused.
Life don’t always make sense.
For example, growing up, I always felt different.
Race was never discussed in the predominantly white church I grew up in.
Mama would say I would have to prove myself three times over because
“You’re female. You are black. And you’re poor.”
I longed for flowing blonde locks and wore my bath towel around like a wig.
At age 8, I read Alex Haley’s “Roots.” I thought it was a story.
It did not seem possible that the world could be so evil.
Surely, my classmates did not see me as that dreadful word--
That word that carried the weight of hate, shame and false entitlement.
And then, fast forward to high school; Ms. G’s English class
The horrible Socratic seminar that confirmed what I had often felt.
I was not beautiful.
I was not talented.
I was not worthy.
Because I was black, IQ and GPA were not enough to prove my intelligence
Even though the valedictorian and the salutatorian of my graduating class often asked to cheat off my paper.
In 9th grade, my teacher assumed that I would be able to afford the $5 fee for the required reading.
Intelligence and money are not always connected.
Just as complexion and value never are.
Thoughts During Self-Isolation
I never would have gotten my nails done if I’d known the Apocalypse was coming.
Moments of crisis either paralyze or galvanize us;
I feel like Sonic; I’m moving so fast everyone around me stands still
I’m living pandemic life like it’s golden.
Electricity, internet and snacks.
Saddened for the individuals and families whose lives are upended forever.
I chose this raggedy book to journal in because have you SEEN 2020 so far?
I feel vain, but I still maintain my beauty regimen.
No makeup unless I’m doing a Zoom with my students…
Last week, no one showed up and I was stuck lying around with a full beat and NO BONNET!
The Black girl guilt!
My life is still patient wife teacher mama,
But I like the order MUCH better now!
Goals with my therapist:
Less shuffling of guilt—Check
More acceptance of my reality—Check
Prioritizing myself first because, survival—Check
Too bad we only had five sessions.
Perhaps that’s the purpose of this journal.
Bridgette Hart-Minor: "I am Florida born and raised. I graduated from USF in 2006 with a BA in English Creative Writing and earned my MS in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University in 2009. I am a big sister, wife, mama, educator and logophile. In my spare time, I like reading erudite articles and texts on various topics and using my knowledge to inform my work.”
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She Doesn't Care What Kevin Hart Says About Her
Even though it's shot like a reality show, stars real actors, and is (loosely) inspired by their real marriages, The Real Husbands of Hollywood has nothing to do with real life. It's a scripted comedy spearheaded by creator and star Kevin Hart, who takes inspiration from his recent divorce, just as he's always detailed his marital woes in his standup. Kevin Hart's ex-wife, Torrei Hart, doesn't have anything to do with The Real Husbands of Hollywood, but she does have her own TV series. She stars in Atlanta Exes, an actual reality show on VH1 about the ex-wives and ex-girlfriends of famous athletes and performers as they navigate life in Atlanta.
Torrei and Kevin have been divorced for over three years now, and she seems to have accepted that he still loves to talk about his love life in his comedy. She even offered to let him use her actual name in the show, but he declined and decided to use the name "Bridget" instead.
Torrei is pretty generous about their time together — apparently they had a very satisfying sex life — and she admits both she and Kevin got up to some "crazy" behavior that ended their marriage. Together, they worked through Kevin's first few years as a shoe salesman and struggling standup, and separated after seven years of marriage. Their only major disagreement comes from their breakup. Torrei claims that Kevin cheated on her with his current fiancé, Eniko Parish, while Kevin took to Twitter to dispel that claim.
He feels pretty strongly that that's not the case. But Torrei does have something of a point — Kevin has talked in a lot of his standup about cheating on his wife, the struggles of not cheating, the other women he's slept with… you can't blame her for assuming that he was playing fast and loose about the boundaries of their marriage.
But these days, Torrei isn't spending much time thinking about Kevin when she has her own projects to do. Her comedy YouTube channel, PrettyFunnyFish, hasn't been active for a year now, but she's currently filming a role in the movie Yanks.
And she's comfortable working in unscripted TV as well — in an interview, she said she'd be open to having her own reality show about her family. Her two children, Heaven and Hendrix, are totally camera-ready, and she has a new boyfriend, Reno Rankin, who's also her manager. Together, they've formed a whole new family that doesn't need Kevin Hart (or The Real Husbands of Hollywood) to bring the funny.
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