Iyanla Vanzant has followers clamoring for her to welcome R. Kelly as a visitor on Iyanla Vanzant: Fix My Life to assist him and his alleged victims. As it seems, the R&B icon requested for her help as effectively however was rejected. According to the tv host, the crooner merely does not have the conditions wanted to look on the present.
“He did not meet one the standards that we had for friends,” she defined to Candice Williams on ABC News. “Are they prepared? Are they prepared? Do they’ve the capability to do the work? He did not have it, the emotional capability, he simply did not have it.” Iyanla continued, “And I knew, based mostly on what I used to be taking a look at—the paces that I must take him via—it will have been brutal. He did not have the capability.”
She asks followers to cease calling on her to assist the Surviving R. Kelly victims too. “Stop texting me telling me to work with the survivors. What’s the repair?” she defined. “There’s no repair aside from them doing their therapeutic the place they get to the place the place they’ll recapture their price, their innocence, their dignity to the purpose the place they’ll forgive. They ain’t there but.”
Vanzant additionally appeared on Sway’s Universe and mentioned R. Kelly’s scenario additional. Watch the interview beneath.
Jason Maxiell appeared on Iyanla Fix My Life and stunned his wife with his confessions a sexual nature. Although Brandi Maxiell knew her husband was unfaithful, the reality television star clearly wasn’t aware the extent his infidelity until this televised discussion.
When the show’s host asked Maxiell is the number women he cheated with exceeded 50, he acquiesced. Brandi was visibly upset, but couldn’t bring herself to say much more other than “that’s disgusting.” Iyanla then asks her why the concept her husband’s sleeping with over 50 women is “disgusting” as opposed to the 10 women he had already mentioned. Brandi fights back tears while saying, “8 was a lot for me.”
Brandi was upset to the point walking f set.
In another clip, Jason Maxiell sits down for a one-on-one with Iyanla, who tries to find the source his actions and apparent sex addiction. She also questions him about his abuse alcohol. Although Maxiell doesn’t consider himself to being an addict in any capacity, he does admit to having an objectively high body count. The number is grand and quite specific: the retired basketball player managed to sleep with 341 women while playing the field before and during his current marriage.
Iyanla: Fix My Life is one OWN network’s most-watched series for a reason. Iyanla Vanzant, an inspirational speaker and accomplished authour, works with families, individuals and couples to help work past their traumas to improve their lives for the future. One the latest episodes is easily one the most emotional and trying situations, that involves a mother grieving her dead son who molested his baby sister.
The first clip below sees Iyanla speaking with the victim, and asking the now-grown woman why she never told anyone, except her older sister.
The next clip puts mother Keshia on the spot, to explain what she would say to her son if he were still alive. She begins to break down in tears, asking him “why” and Iyanla comes through with an explanation that puts everyone on mute.
Iyanla: Fix My Life airs Saturday, August 25th at 9 PM on OWN.