Dr. Jackie goes IN on obese Black women…
‘Married to Medicine’ Star Dr. Jackie Defends Comments About Black Women
Via UB Magazine reports:
Last night, season two of Bravo’s new hit show “Married to Medicine” premiered after RHOA, and the show had plenty of controversial moments already.
For one thing, people took to Twitter in large numbers to give their thoughts on Dr. Jackie’s comments regarding overweight black women and heart disease. It didn’t take long for Dr. Jackie to become a trending topic.
For those of you that may have missed it, Dr. Jackie couldn’t hold her tongue when a woman told her and Dr. Heavenly at a bowling alley gathering that she was proof that an “overweight” black woman could be happy and healthy without becoming skinny. That’s when Dr. Jackie shut her down and told her that obesity is directly linked to the high number of black women being diagnosed with heart disease.
That of course led to Dr. Jackie and Dr. Heavenly having a face-off on the subject, especially since Dr. Heavenly used to be overweight herself.
Fans of the show felt Dr. Jackie was rude to the woman and they felt her comments were inappropriate to make at a bowling alley event, but the doctor took to her Twitter account to defend her actions:
Do you think Dr. Jackie was wrong for her comments?
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