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Emails: Chad Ochocinco Doesn’t Want Black Women On VH1 Reality Show..Fact or Fiction?

by Robert Littal | Posted on Tuesday, June 1st, 2010
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The Chad Ochocinco VH1 reality show “The Ultimate Catch” hasn’t even started yet and there is already drama.  A contestant and employee on the show are claiming that Chad is demanding that the “black girls” be cut early on in the process.

TheYBF.com have a couple of emails trying to shed light on the situation; we have included the emails below:

I spoke to one of Chad’s representatives, and this is what they had to say:

Let’s put it like this, first let me laugh hysterically! Chad didn’t cast the show, he didn’t even know what the ladies looked like during the casting. It is definitely an urban legend about him not liking black women. But the truth is Chad will be Chad and he will make sure he has a great show that everyone will be tuning into starting July 11th.

My feeling on this is:

WHO CARES!!!

It is Chad’s show, so if he wants to “Tiger Style” it, bring a bunch of “Avatar” women in, or make it BET After Dark, that is his prerogative.

In general, women worry too much about the type of women that men – specifically, black men – are interested in.  If we aren’t interested in you, keep it moving.  If men want to sample from the “Female Buffet,” that is their right, and no one should make them feel bad about that.

Shows like Basketball Wives and What Chili Wants got the game all twisted.  If you don’t like the women Chad is choosing, don’t watch the show; but trust me, every woman that has a problem with his selection will be glued to the TV on July 11th.

*UPDATE*

Chad has replied – via Twitter, of course.

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