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Terrence Howard Says He’s Broke Because Ex Wife Is Garnishing His “Empire” Money

Terrence Howard is staple in the “Damn, this n!**a got into ANOTHER fight??!” news. His history of violence and temper tantrums have lead him to several divorces and near blackballing from the entertainment industry.

In a new interview with Rolling Stone, the epitome of lightskinnededness (yes, that’s a word) keeps it a buck about his current financial situation as well as the physical altercations he’s had with the the women in his life.

“You know, all my checks from Fox are being held for garnishment, because of my ex. I’m broke as can be. But my wife, she did well for herself, so she’s covered us. This place, she’s renting it. I’m suffering. There’s nothing worse than being a broke movie star.”

Pak says that they’re soon going to be buying a house of their own. “In Winnetka,” she says.

“The suburbs,” Howard says, “as soon as they free up my money.” He goes on, “It’s always been a hard road for me. I run into bad luck. But I run into good luck too, so it’s even-steven right now.” He nods at Pak: “I’ve got a good wife.”

We’re gonna take the last part about having a good wife with a grain of salt as we reported just a couple weeks ago that Terrence and his “good wife” might be splitting.

Turn the page to read Terrence’s explanation as to how he got labeled a “difficult” actor out in Hollyweird…

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“Well,” he says, “I was difficult, but only because I would not conform. During The Best Man, they kept saying about this one line, ‘This is a joke, so say it as a joke.’ I was like, ‘Y’all do what you want, but I’m not going to mutilate this moment.’ And I said the line like I wanted, pausing before saying, ‘Y’all know there ain’t nothin’ better than pussy, except some new pussy.’ That seals my character, who he was. But after that, they spent the next year talking about how difficult I was. Then the movie comes out, I get all these accolades, and now the producers are like, ‘Oh, you made the movie.’ But now they’ve set it up that Terrence is difficult, and so that has followed me.”

Flip it over to read Señor Baby Wipes’ admission to slapping his ex wife…

The Best Man

“She was talking to me real strong, and I lost my mind and slapped her in front of the kids,” he says. “Her lawyer said it was a closed fist, but even slapping her was wrong.”

And those domestic violence accusations that his last wife, Michelle Ghent, levied against him…

“She was trying to Mace me,” he says, “and you can’t see anything so all you can do is try to bat somebody away, and I think that something caught her. But I wasn’t trying to hit her.”


Next up, effeminate men! Keep flipping!

“My daddy taught me, ‘Never take the vertebrae out of your back or the bass out of your throat. I ain’t raisin’ sheep. I raised men. Stay a man.’ But being a man comes with a curse because it’s not a society made for men to flourish anymore. Everything is androgynous, you know? The more successful men now are the effeminate.”

Finally, for the piece de resistance, Terrence babbles on about some weirdo Scientology type isht. Flip it one last time.

“This is the last century that our children will ever have been taught that one times one is one,” he says. “They won’t have to grow up in ignorance. Twenty years from now, they’ll know that one times one equals two. We’re about to show a new truth. The true universal math. And the proof is in these pieces. I have created the pieces that make up the motion of the universe. We work on them about 17 hours a day. She cuts and puts on the crystals. I do the main work of soldering them together. They tell the truth from within.”

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