Pt. 2/2: Chad Johnson Slams "Scandal", but says the show depicts women's true nature


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Pt. 2/2: Chad Johnson Slams "Scandal", but says the show depicts women's true nature

In part 3 of Peter Bailey's riveting monogamy debate with Chad Johnson, the two discuss the roles of women in monogamy and how Chad considers a majority of women driven by materialism and opportunity; drawing on the popularity of shows like Scandal and Being Mary Jane in making this controversial claim. Send feedback to peter@iampeterbailey.com.


Chad is a Fucking sociopath! I like him tho..👌

Kia Ragland

I'm going to say this! a woman lie just like men do. Stop playing the victim card all the time. The last thing is I hate when y'all don't like to except the truth

jonathan anderson

If you got to go under that bridge she leavin ya ass 😂😂

Rick Rijuana Beats

Why the fuck does he keep saying his name before every sentence...

justin lake

Most obnoxious interviewer in history!!!

TheKween Sheba

Maybe you need to watch part 1 of this interview. Chad say's a good woman will not make a man be faithful. You being willing to be his "down ass chic" won't make him make him not put his penis in another. He's letting women know that monogamy is mainly a fantasy. Women think they have something other women don't have when in fact, your intellect, your loyalty, your independence, your virtues won't make a man keep it 100 with you and many women possess the same
virtuous attributes.

TheKween Sheba

welp! Atleast he's honest. lol.


i get the safaree vibe from him...scaff beezy wat up!!!!!

Christina coles

Peter you ruined the interview by talking more than your guest. You are a pseudo-intellectual and a horrible host here.

Motivational Speeches Loaded

"If you got to go under that bridge, she leaving yo ass" -Chad Ocho Cinco

Hollywood Hawkins

I feel Pete tho ... We all want someone who gone be down BUT .. Its America, Social Media, & 2017 ... Aint no mo broke love boss. That shit dead. And even when it was that time, it was very subtle. Even in the 50's. Like mommy said. Gotta add something to your life, it dont have to be money, but you need bread in order to fulfill things. Especially in America.

Go Gi

Chad isn't HURT .. He is ELEVATED. Bro just telling the truth. Everybody can't accept that truth. The truth was not designed - to be pretty.

Go Gi

get chad back he's the only one being honest

Juwan Plummer

Chad was right mostly. Women are attracted to success or a solid mouthpiece. Good mouthpiece will get them but success will keep them. There are good wholesome women but their far and few between. Chad is right.

Kacy's Kastle

This host is sooo Nerve Racking, he keeps putting words in his mouth!

Ray Love

Sooo Honest!

Ray Love


A McDowell

28:45 Floyd Mayweather who he talking bout


this dude don't need to be interviewing chad he needs to be interviewing himself cause chad is telling him his truth and he don't want to hear it.

Christ Child #7

Chad the truth.

Cerron Pritchett


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