First and foremost, we want to thank our God for strong African American women like soul singer, Jill Scott for admitting the truth, regarding the painful feelings of many black women who refuse to take left overs to date outside of their race, all because the black man prefers to be with other races of women. Jill Scott is a strong woman who refuses to bow down to be a follower, because she was born a strong leader. Our journalists have done studies on African American women and sadly, Regina King fits the description of a high percentage of many weak ones. God never wanted us to lie about the way we really feel. He never desired for His children to be followers and just go along with the times, just to get even with the black man and be miserable for the rest of their lives. We want everyone to know that we have a diverse staff, here at AToast2Wealth.com, but each and every journalists sides with Jill Scott who was voted the top mentor for African American females for the 21st Century by AT2W. Jill Scott is the type of messenger God wants for this era, because if one fails to admit how they really feel, then no one will ever be free. Jill Scott is God’s true messenger for truth, but we also desire for her, along with the rest of black women to recognize God’s solution for black women who feel all alone and are told to do what black men are doing and that is. to seek to be desired by other races who may not even understand the soul of a black woman.
One of our readers sent us a personal message who is an anonymous African American woman, regarding her true feelings about Regina King’s message to black women and it was very sad, she admitted she did not think it was right for King to enforce her values on black women while enjoying her black man, Malcolm Jamal Warner. She felt Regina King was being greedy and selfish, but trying to take control over the lives of black women. Among our division on race relations, we have 4 white female journalists, 5 white male journalists, 3 black female journalists, 2 black male journalists, 3 Latino journalists (one male and two females) and they all agreed with this woman and asked if our editorial department could consider doing an article, regarding Regina King’s controlling behavior, so we did it and this is our message for those who feel like Jill Scott and not King.
Furthermore, we agree with our reader, it is very selfish and greedy for Regina King to be enjoying her (black) man Malcolm Jamal Warner while thinking she has the answer for black women who favor with Jill Scott. We think she needs to give him up, if she is going to tell others how to live their lives, obviously, he is not her taste.
The solution: God wants your soul. Your soul is important, not a relationship. You do not have time to be seeking out to get even with black men who may not desire you. Stop seeking a man and seek God and He will definitely send you a man in due time, not according to Regina King’s advice, but according to His will and His way. Give him your soul first and when you seek Him and His Kingdom, a righteous man will be attracted to your righteousness and come to you, it is not going to be one you are not attracted to. So, you do not have to feel lonely anymore, just seek God and allow Him to comfort you. It is no longer about taking who you can get, because you are not beautiful in the eyes of many black men, because according to Jesus Christ, He is the only one you need and He will handle all of your earthly desires in due time.
In conclusion, what King is not going to be honest and tell black women is that they need God. Also, she is not going to tell them about the racial discrimination a black woman must face while dating outside of her race. Your kinky hair or even the weaves and wigs you wear is always a conversation and you are made mockery of in the company of your white man’s friends and relatives, you know the sort of racial jokes that need not to be mentioned in the age of diversity. Love God first, then yourself, seek His Kingdom first, which he instructed for us to do in His Word and He will make you happy, not miserable according to this world. One question, where is God in King’s advice? He is never mentioned and so it is definitely not the answer.