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‘Speaking Facts’: ‘RHOP’ Star Karen Huger Hits the Nail on the Head When Advising Women About How to Find a Good Guy

For any women out there looking to settle down with a successful man, Karen Huger has a potential solution.

The Real Housewives of Potomac” star stopped by “The Wendy Williams Show” last week and gave fans insight as to how she met and married Raymond Huger, Chief Executive Officer of Cheyenne Resources Inc. and CEO and President of Paradigm Solutions International, who has been dubbed the Black Bill Gates.

“I met Ray at the Black Caucus, honey,” says the self-declared grande dame on a May 17 episode of the daytime talker. “I prayed to God and said, ‘I need a man that I can look up to that is not afraid.’ … I went straight to the Black Caucus, honey. Had my secretary with me and Ray saw those girls — they were gorgeous — and I said, ‘is he looking at them or is he looking at me?’ Got rid of the secretary, kept Ray 23 years later.”

Host Wendy Williams agreed with Karen’s hot take. She said that for women to meet the wealthy men they desire, they’ve got to go to places like the Black Caucus and the Alpha Phi Alpha general convention.

“You gotta go where you’re uncomfortable,” Karen adds. “I wasn’t used to it, I wasn’t ready for it. There were high-powered people there, very successful. But I wanted to be like them. So in order to be like them, I had to make myself a student of that circle.”

The advice hit the mark for some who watched the interview.

“They speaking Facts! For a century or more that’s exactly what middle-class black people have done in order to network and meet potential mates, go where educated or wealthy Black people congregate.”

“She is right make yourself available for the kind of men you want to be with.”

“I love Karen she is right surround yourself around people whose level you want to be on.”

Others, however, did not appreciate the message. Specifically, the issue was with it coming from Karen. The “RHOP” star’s marriage has been under scrutiny when she confessed in season 3 that her hubby had asked her for a divorce. As for Williams, she’s filed for divorce from her husband of 20 years, although that’s now come into question.

“They dont know shyt.”

“Do you want a man or an indoctrinated educated soft- fisticated citizen? Are both of these divorce?”

“Isnt it funny how women with no successful track record of a long-term, stable relationship are the ones who feel compelled to give single women relationship ‘advice?’ Why not ask a man you’re interested in what HE wants…or does that make too much sense?”

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