WTH?!? Black Men And Women Are Choosing Sides In Controversy Surrounding Gayle King’s CBS Interview

The controversy surrounding Gayle King’s CBS interview with former WNBA player Lisa Leslie continues with Black men and women choosing sides.

Some are pushing the narrative that Gayle along with Oprah have an obvious habit of focusing on Black men in a negative way and some going so far as to say they have an agenda to tear black men down.

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