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Omari Hardwick Fires Back At Critics Calling His Wife “Ugly” And “Masculine”



Omari Hardwick went on a Twitter rant this week and lashed out on fans who made some hurtful comments about his wife and former publicist, Jennifer Pfautch.

Over the weekend, the couple was spotted out in New York with their son grabbing a bite to eat. After photos surfaced online of the family, some unkind social media users flooded Hardwick’s Twitter timeline with remarks regarding Jennifer’s looks; some calling her “masculine” and “ugly.” Hardwick fired back via the social media website and not only defended his wife, but addressed the “Ugly of hate.”

“I wish all of you could experience celebrity for a week to understand the LEVEL of ugly in certain diseases (called human beings),” the 40-year-old tweeted.

“I thought it was ugly losing my son. I thought it was ugly losing my brother at 45 & sister at 33. All within 3 yr span. Ugly of HATE is a portion of cancer immeasurable. Social media has aided in the hate of my generation of public figures vs. those before us,” he continued.

“I want to personally THANK all of you who have only loved supported PROPERLY challenged me & recognized GOD’s truth of my existence & those i would die & kill FOR. I love u back.”

“I root for you all. Those who have created your own truth so to make your despicable selves feel better, with zero care for those like me who’ve done zero to you, i want to harm you … while EQUALLY praying for the misery known as you.”

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  1. HerMajesty

    September 25, 2014 at 6:31 AM

    Being a celebrity he has to realize, people are untitled to their own opinion , he must also realize not everyone see what he sees when looking at his wife. He should ignore comments like that instead of saying he wants to harm people because not everyone sees what he sees when looking at his wife. Omari Hardwick is the typical black celebrity male, not at all surprised of his choice in women…..

  2. disqus_vwtwJwBLkO

    September 25, 2014 at 5:11 PM

    she needs a nose job, real talk. not hating. #Truth

  3. notblind2thismaddness

    October 14, 2014 at 8:22 AM

    beauty is in the eye of the beholder…good luck with trying to convince everyone that your wife is beautiful to anyone other than you…she could not have been sad to hear that she is considered unattractive she has lived with herself her entire life…all human beings have faced the ”ugly” bug…

  4. 3T3

    August 7, 2017 at 8:28 PM

    They are mad because she’s white and and “she’s taking all of the Nubian goddess’ black men” …. wish black women would let people be with whoever the want to be with. Black women are some of the lost racist people on earth.

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