The "Steve Harvey Show" host is in hot water after racist comments he made last week about dating Asian men.
The 59-year-old host ran a segment where he tried to make a joke (keyword: Explaining that the book should only have a single page asking white women, "Excuse me, do you like Asian men? Thank you."(Watch the full clip below): And to make things worse (and seriously, we didn't think it could get worse), the "Family Feud" host made up a fake book called, Mashable reports. I don’t even like Chinese food.""I don't eat what I can't pronounce."Really Steve? *does not even care enough about steve harvey to come for him and his giant suits but here u go: that segment was racist and ur suitsr ugly* https://t.co/c F7E4jyhzd— Tanya Chen (@Tanya_Chen) January 10, 2017 author received backlash for misogynist and sexist comments from his book, and as Salon points out, this so-called dating expert's ideas around relationships have a "disturbing undercurrent of 'boys will be boys' apologia.""[He is] arguing that men are this way for a reason and women might as well deal with it.
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