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Actress Terri Vaughn Says: Should You Wait On A Mate Who Has Been Incarcerated?

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5 thoughts on “Actress Terri Vaughn Says: Should You Wait On A Mate Who Has Been Incarcerated?

  1. You need a reality check. I’m almost 50, and I haven’t changed my number that many times in my life. There’s something wrong with anyone having to change their number that many times because they don’t want to speak to certain individuals. I’m not sure what type of lifestyle you live, but doesn’t the thought occur to you that you’re obviously giving your number out to the WRONG individuals – which leads to you associating with the WRONG individuals = one of two things:

    (1) Be careful of the company you keep, or
    (2) Birds of a feather flock together

    Truth be told, you really didn’t have to mention that you are a BLACK male because your mentality speaks for itself.

  2. This subject due to all the different reasons of their jail sentences , is a case by case judgement call. Hopefully the person in society realizes the simple fact that their imprisoned interest may not be the same ever again. I have worked as a correctional officer and a lot of the inmates in this all male prison were active Bi-sexuals. Caught having sex with their cellmates on firday and kissing their wives,girl friends and lovers the very next day in the visitation room. Very scary stuff.

  3. this site goes overboard to “sensationalize” , the sentence should have been poised as a question. as a 43 y/o black male, i’ve never entertained disfunctional people, encluding family members. i honestly do not know one black person in prison. since moving to southern ga., 3 yrs. ago i’ve changed my number over 25 times, most of the black people here LOVE white people and being disfunctional, most of them are in prison or have family in prison. they are not people i want to be associated with or know personally.

  4. this site goes overboard to “sensationalize” , the sentence should have been poised as a question. as a 43 y/o black male, i’ve never entertained disfunctional people, encluding family members. i honestly do not know one black person in prison. since moving to southern ga., 3 yrs. ago

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