Why Huddah wouldn't live with a black man in the same house

The socialite was speaking after shocking footage emerged of P Diddy allegedly assaulting Cassie in a video from 2016

Huddah Monroe
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Huddah Monroe has opened up about getting emotional after seeing the video of rapper Diddy physically assaulting his ex-girlfriend Cassie in 2016.

The video was obtained and released by CNN.

"That Diddy video beating that woman made me cry. That's 90% of black men. No one can tell me otherwise. I would never marry a black man and live in the same house with him. God forbid!" she claimed.

She added, "We have to change the narrative and the next generation of black men. Be the change you wish to see. Use them as sperm donors and stay focused on your journey. Being a single mother is better than living in a DV household."

She went on to say that every relationship she ever admired on social media turned out to be pure evil.

"Relationship goals is a scam. Any relationship highly advertised on social media is highly questionable. They use social media to cover their unhappiness."

Monroe gave an example of a social media user whose relationship she had admired, only to find out that it was all glitz and glam on social media but chaos in real life.