Omari Hardwick Hits Back After Reading This Offensive Comment About His Wife, Jennifer Pfautch
Omari Hardwick cannot catch a break when it comes to his wife and the mother of his two children, Jennifer Pfautch.
Recently, the Power actor took to social media where he shared a post to congratulate businesswoman Erika James.
James entered the history books by becoming Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania's first Black and woman dean.
The beautiful message that Omari wrote was overlooked by a fan who brought back to the fact that his wife is white.
The commenter had this odd remark: "You asking, do we value us?? Meanwhile, you choose a white woman. Smh. I can never take you type of guys serious.”
Omari said not today and gave the clap-back of the year.
He wrote: "I am not asking anything. As I stated… it is a rhetorical question we are all in the process of. Whether that process is on the questioning side or the asking side. I will never answer that question from a person who proves my point in asking it with your disgraceful comment. You know nooothing about Jae nor my kids. I would NEVER disrespect your significant other or your kids. So watch your mouth in disrespecting mine a). b) This entire post of course consistent with me…proves how much I value black people, black women, black men, mySELF."
He went on to say: "A person’s life/journey mate (which if done right… has god in that choice equally) has nothing to do with that person’s value of themselves & the people that person’s culture/race. Meanwhile.... I know not ever to send anyone I care about to you for your craft used in being a nurse. And I see you follow me. So let me add....i equally don't trust sh*t you say. So we're even. Yet sooo not. Please unfollow me."
Many fans stepped out to show support for the poet.
A backer wrote: "LOVE IS LOVE!!! I got hell for dating a trans man. Idk why ppl care! Let him love his wife !! Ya’ll need to stop feeding this beautiful couple negative energy. Energy is real !! Ya’ll gonna be happen if they break up?!?!? Come on that’s sick !!!"
This follower claimed: "Black women are in this race for the most parts alone ... we keep looking for another answer... but but we are the most disrespected most unprotected in this world ... if black women stopped giving birth there would be no BLACK RACE say that sh*t “if Black Women were to stop giving birth the Black Nation would die “.... that should be enough to cherish us, but it isn’t ! Respect your f*cking Queens."
The actor is often forced to defend his choices.