With the ongoing slaughter of women being overweight all over the media, there’s no doubt that sometimes women need a break.
It takes monumental strength for a woman to go through the ups and downs of pregnancy, the birth process, and the pressures of losing the baby weight post pregnancy.
Which brings me to the phenomenal support that Beyoncè receives from her husband Jay-Z. We get that Jay doesn’t workout out as rigorously as Bey, but his financial support goes a long way towards helping “the hottest b*tch in the game” (his words, not mine) keep up that status.
Conversely, even though Jennifer Hudson has plenty of money, her husband David “Punk” Ortega was reportedly active in her weight loss journey — although, now, he says she has lost too much weight.
There are countless amounts of women who claim that their men give them no support –shaming them worse than the evil character in Tyler Perry’s melodrama Why Did I Get Married Mike, played by Richard T. Jones.
Either way, it something to be said for support in any form or fashion, so the question is, should men be encouraged to assist women in losing weight?