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On Wednesday, December 7, “The Real” welcomes back guest co-host Evelyn Lozada, who emotionally responds to how the NFL recently highlighted Kansas City Chiefs’ Tyreek Hill, a player with a known history of domestic violence. The television personality and author opens about her own experience with domestic violence and the ladies discuss advice for family or friends who may be involved in an abusive relationship.

Evelyn Lozada on Her Domestic Violence Experience

Loni Love: I know, Evelyn, you had your own um issues with domestic violence and it’s not easy, especially when you’re on tv.

Evelyn Lozada: Its…my heart goes out to the victim and I know people, please don’t tweet me telling me “this happened 4 years ago, get over it.” It’s something that stays with you forever, okay. So, my thing, my main concern is, is for the victim. I just hope that, I know she had a baby from him, right? Or was pregnant.

Loni: Yeah.

Evelyn: That she chose to love herself first.

[The Real co-hosts and audience clap.]

Evelyn: Honor yourself and do the right thing because we all know, if it happens once, it’s going to happen again.


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2 thoughts on “Evelyn Lozada Open Up About Domestic Violence Experience On ‘The Real’

  1. specialt757 on said:

    I don’t condone any type of domestic violence whether it’s between couples or family or other. But I have to say, EL is not worth a few seconds of my time. Her complete bad behavior and lack of respect makes me have ZERO respect, tolerance, or empathy for her and her situations. She made her bed and continues to do so, I’m not even sure why the TV folks are still allowing her on TV. Oh I know why…because there is an audience and as long as there is an audience there will be sponsors. Sooooo we get this non-sense clogging up our airwaves. Good thing I have Kodi and don’t have to watch this garbage.

  2. redbone1954 on said:

    Wahtever I am not going to tweet you because you are right it was four years ago. However your past behavior was that of someone that either was crazy or who was acting crazy and it was not cute. Soooooooooooo with that being said i would never condone a woman being hit NEVER. I just sorry that you had to go through all of that to learn to heal yourself. Good luck but i won’t be watching this show like I did not watch your other show but I wish you well.

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