Rev. Run and Justine Write a Book: Raising Kids in this Dysfunctional World

- By Bossip Staff

Rev. Run and Justine have the ultimate hustlin’ family. They’ve got TV shows, jewelry, clothing lines and more. They have it on lock. The modern day Huxtables wrote a book: Take Back Your Family: How to Raise Respectful and Loving Kids in a Dysfunctional World. There is just one question, since they are wealthy celebrities, How can they relate to a middle class family raising kids???

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  • Lady J


  • haterzfeelfree.....

    There is just one question, since they are wealthy celebrities, How can they relate to a middle class family raising kids??? yes pls tell me…..

  • Miss Kesha (twitter .com/miss_kesha)

    Lol, I think it was LITTLE bit easier for them since they had money. But more importantly they had a stable home life: mother and father both present. There are some rich people who’s kids are plain crazy. While having more money makes it easier to provide for children it’s ultimately up to the parents how they raise their kids and what values and morals to instill in them.

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  • Ryan Coke

    Even if I had seeds I wouldn’t lean on these clowns for advice based on the way they interact on their show. They DO NOT have the answers.

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  • the insider

    I am with Lady J on this one. I think raising kids is as difficult for middle class families as it is for rich familes, even POOR families. They may have different challenges but every poarent wants what’s best for their children and that’s the common denominator.

    As for the person that referred to them as “clowns” based on how they interact… SMH. It’s sad that a loving, happy couple that jokes around with each other as much as these two do is referred as “clowns” and seen as unfit to give parenting advise.
    I am married myself and my husband and I, even though we have no kids, still act stupid around eachother – it creats a light easy going environment in our home and I PRAY TO GOD that that doesn’t change once we are parents. I don’t want my kids to be raised by parents who walk around like they have a stick up their “you-know-what”

  • lean (Breaking the Monotony)

    @ the insider!

    I AGREE WITH YOU 100%! If more people had this approach I REALLY believe this would be a better world…

    this world is VERY “dysfunctional” and it’s nice to know we have SOME people left living with some sense!

  • ImCool

    See how Black people are?? When others make it we turn into haters…

    They write a book and before you even read it, it’s labeled “shitty.” Probably a comment made by someone who struggles to read. Let them have their book, make some money, and attempt to help anyone willing to read it…. Meanwhile, you can get back to hating and struggling.

  • Alrighty Then...

    @lean (Breaking the Monotony) – thank you, for taking the words out of my mouth. Money can’t buy class, manners, morals, etc. But evidently society is full of folks who think it can. That’s why all of their kids are running around out of control (insert damn near any celeb kids name here). The rich kids can be worse than the poor sometimes…

  • ex'd

    got some nerve…his kids are the dysfunctional ones…look at Russ

  • cybercybil

    Good manners and respect have nothing to do with money. I know a whole bunch of people that need to read SOME book on how to break the hood rat cycle. BTW taking classes to learn something you don’t know is uppity? That kind of thinking keeps some folks hoodrats. They are making an honest dollar. Can’t be mad at that. As for JoJo and his weed, the best parents have kids that go down the wrong path. The true test will be to see if he reverses the course. I smoked much weed in my younger days, however, it never impacted my manners or respect for my parents. Connecting JoJo’s weed usuage with manners and respect is a bad analogy.

  • Loch Ness Monster

    I love how they have raised their children and what they preach about family values.
    I love Daddy’s Girls and Runs House long time.

  • aqueenwaits

    I hate their show. It’s phony, fake, too over the top and BORING! Please cancel this show! SNORE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Unkle Ruckus

    Hey Assclowns,
    They didn’t grow up rich or even on the higher end of middle class; I think they would know about child rearing considering all the drama they dealt with with themselves.

  • natural

    One of the things I admire about them, is that they are not giving a picture perfect family, the parent are just making sure they instill good values and morals in their children, and I think the children are doing good. Yes, Jojo was arrested for drug possession, but it has nothing to do with them, it was his irresponsibilty.

    It’s not about the money or class, all these will pass away, but your values and morals is really what defines you as a person. When wealthy kids act out of control, or poor kids act out of control, it’s not about too much money or no money, it’s just the values and morals that the person goes by. There are many wealthy kids out there, who don’t let the money define them, but who they are as people. Yes, the wealthy has better advantages than middle and poor class, but at the end of the day, too much money or too little money has disadvantages, just have enough to survive.

    I personally think, their book will a good one. The family act regular, and the children are raised well, especially been wealthy and on the spotlight, that’s not the same story for many families out there. With the way people have books out there, even ones that are irrevelant, and people still buy these books, so why not them.

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