Mike Hill, Cynthia Bailey's Husband, Speaks On Eboni Williams Joining RHONY -- He Is Familiar With Her Work

Mike Hill, Cynthia Bailey's Husband, Speaks On Eboni Williams Joining RHONY -- He Is Familiar With Her Work
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In the land of journalism and newscasting, it seems that everyone knows everyone. Mike Hill , Cynthia Bailey's new husband, is giving his opinion on Eboni K. Williams joining the Real Housewives of New York.

Eboni has been announced as the first official Black cast member of the franchise. From her time on State of the Culture, Fox News, and other programming where she has made her mark -- it's clear she isn't going to hold back on these notoriously tone-deaf ladies.

Mike recently reacted to the casting news. According to him, Bravo has made a great choice. Eboni isn't only his colleague -- but is also his friend.

'Eboni's a friend of mine. She’s smart, she’s articulate. Obviously, she does a lot of shows, she does a lot of broadcast, she’s a lawyer. Whatever Eboni does, she adds a lot to it, so she’s going to be a great asset.'

In addition to tuning into State of the Culture, fans will be able to familiarize themselves with the journalist through her new podcast called Holding Court.

'Attorney & TV host, Eboni K. Williams, will debut her new podcast ‘Holding Court with Eboni K. Williams’ on Wednesday, October 21, 2020. ⁣ The podcast will join The Black Effect Podcast Network, a historic new partnership between iHeartMedia and Charlamagne Tha God dedicated to bringing the most influential and trusted voices in Black culture to the podcasting space. New episodes of ‘Holding Court with Eboni K. Williams’ will drop every Wednesday. Williams, who is currently Host & Executive producer of ‘REVOLT Black News’ on REVOLT TV, is known for her sharp analysis of legal and cultural headlines.⁣ Williams, along with cultural observer Dustin Ross, will cross-examine news-making cases and famous faces providing teachable moments to navigate a rigged justice system. Each week on ‘Holding Court with Eboni K.Williams’, Williams and Ross will break down what’s on the docket in American justice and what’s not,' her recent post read.

It went on to say: 'There’s no way around it, the legal cases we hear about in the news are shaping social justice and popular culture. We need to dissect them from a Black perspective in a way that doesn’t hold back. Dustin and I will give you the facts straight and our takes will be highly unfiltered.'


It sounds like she will be a great addition to a show that desperately needs a diverse perspective.


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