I can not tell you how much I appreciate you all watching The Haves and The Have Nots. Thank you for making this show such a HUGE success. I love y'all. Y'all holding me down.
At Dr. Maya Angelou’s memorial service, First Lady Michelle Obama’s speech blew my mind. Oprah’s words were phenomenal. Ms. Tyson's reflections were heartwarming. Lee Ann Womack sang my favorite song, “I Hope You Dance”. Valerie Simpson made me want to shout for joy. But it was something that former President Bill Clinton said that shook something in me. He was talking about her life and all that she had done. All of her books, poems and accolades. She worked with civil rights giants including Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He went on and on and then ...
I just realized that it was almost 1 year ago to the day that The Haves and the Have Nots premiered on OWN. I thank God for you all. We're so grateful. Thanks for watching The Haves and The Have Nots. On now on OWN.
WELLLL HERE WE GO! Are y'all ready for the return of The Haves and The Have Nots? It's on tonight, only on OWN at 9/8c! Brace yourself.
In my prayer and quiet time at 5am, I was praying about how to (one day) be the best father that I can be. I have no doubt that I will be a great dad, but as I looked back in my life for an example, all I could remember were all of the horrible things that were said and done to me as a kid. But before I could get sad about it, I remembered something I wrote a while back about "learning in reverse".
If you are like me and had no good examples, then your lesson is ...
Y'all know I have to go get some rest after these crazy press tours.
Well, let me first say "thank you" to those of you who went to see The Single Moms Club. I don't take that for granted. Trust me. Thank you for going.
This was my 17th movie in 10 years. I wanted to mark this anniversary by saluting single moms everywhere. Thank you for allowing me to do that, and thank you to all the single moms for all you do. You're my heroes. And to all my diehard folks, to all of you ...