Vawn Is Pickier Than You Think

Vawn Has Grown and Changed

God Bless, Vawn Should Move On

The Fighter is Not Who Tribble Is

Africa's Amazing Ride on #NewAtlanta

Be Honest About the Relationship You Want

I Never Said It Was OK to Cheat

Emily Can Dish It, But Can She Take It

Tribble's Sorry He Got Out-of-Line

I Don't Get Vawn's Viewpoint

The Moral of Vawn's Story

Alex: I Can Be Childish

Emily Can't Do Everything Herself

Where Vawn and I Are

Alex: This Wasn't a Fight

Tribble's Sorry He's Not Sorry

Remember This is for a Good Cause

Africa: I'm So Disappointed in Myself

Vawn Wants to Know What the Ladies Want

You Can't Play With a Woman's Emotions

I Had to End It With Justin

Honesty Doesn't Excuse Bad Behavior

After His Speech, Africa Isn't Mad at Vawn

This Joker Has the Last Laugh at Africa

Maybe Vawn Took Advantage of the Situation

Why I Wanted to Make Africa Feel Special

Men Need to Be Lions, Like Vawn

Alex Is a Joke, and so Is Her Business

The Man Behind the Ken Doll

Africa Needs to Let Her Dreams Go

I'm Not in the Mood for the "Alex Show"

Africa, Don't Give Vawn Options

Alex Can't Fight Her Own Battles

Emily is No Southern Belle

Jevon Explains His Chemistry With Africa

Emily's Comments Were Out of Line

Tribble's a Little Jealous of Vawn

Emily Explains What a Trophy Wife Is

Vawn Is Pickier Than You Think

Vawn shares how he feels about Alex, Africa, and about their "self-defense" fight in the bathroom.

Watching this episode was cool. Alex came by my house to talk to me about something. I was taken back a little bit when she said we could be a power couple. I feel like she tells everyone that so I need more time to see if she’s really sincere about it or not. I guess it’s flattering though.

Everyone in the world probably doesn’t think I’m a picky guy and don’t have any values but you’re wrong! Just because someone shows interest in you doesn’t mean you have to take it. Just so you know I’m picky about a lot of values. I have more values than you think I do. . .LOL. But that’s fine because everyone doesn’t get it until they get it.

On to the date with Africa: It was fun, cool, and playful like we always do. One thing I hope you learned is that everything I said on the previous episode, I did. Meaning I was extremely honest and upfront with her.

You can commend Africa on being a woman who knows how to ask the right questions. Most women don’t know to ask the right questions before they get their feelings so involved in a man. And men need to learn how to tell the truth when women ask these questions -- before sex and before they get what they want. I’m not ready to be in a relationship and if you want to know why, then go to to buy my book. It will inform you on everything you want to know.

Now let’s talk about this fight. The fight was NOT about me! Even though the world wants to think that it was, it really wasn’t. I don’t condone two women fighting over any man. I’m not attracted to that at all. It started out as a witty conversation then it became aggressive. I’m not really mad at anyone because I’m not here to judge. But I don’t understand why Alex would push Africa to that level. Africa was only doing what anybody else would do, which is stand up for herself. It’s called self-defense, not fighting over a man. I just wanted to clear it up to everyone that it didn’t have anything to do with me.

In the episode, I also saw Emily trying to tell Africa what Tribble told her about my philosophy on women -- which wasn’t the truth. Africa knows the entire story and the way I think -- which is why she wasn’t surprised when she was talking to Emily. I’m not pushing for intimacy nor sex (even though I think she’s sexy), but my actions are always going to be building our friendship. I want to make sure I don’t take advantage of our friendship because that’s way more important to me.

Have a great day and embrace your own honesty.

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