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Oprah Responds to Terrence Howard’s Remarks About Her “Tig ‘Ol Bitties”

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Oprah responds to Terrence Howard's remark about her breasts.

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Reported by Malcolm Morrow

Oprah Winfrey and Terrence Howard will be playing opposite each other in the upcoming film “The Butler”. In the film the two share a very steamy love scene, and Howard did not mince words when speaking about the experience of filming the scene.

“To be able to make out with Oprah, to have love scenes with her and those tig ol’ bitties — she’s such a lovely and voluptuous woman. … She’s very, very, very beautiful, and that was wonderful,” said Howard about Oprah. Oprah also shared her feelings about the experience recently during an interview with Steve Harvey. “It was supposed to be a little scene, and because Terrence Howard misbehaved, it turned into a bigger scene and then a bigger scene. Oh, he’s a misbehaving kind of boy. I saw him on Twitter the other day talking about my breasteses.”

This is so interesting to hear two very professional actors speaking so candidly about enjoying a love scene with each other. Also, in case you couldn’t tell from her playful comments on the subject, Oprah doesn’t mind that Howard spoke about her body the way he did and wasn’t outraged even half as much as her fan base. “I wasn’t…you know what, some people called me saying they were all offended by it. I go, ‘Well, I do have big breasteses,” she told Steve Harvey.

The steamy photo was initially released by the media mogul herself via Twitter. “And THAT’s a Wrap! Terrance Howard and me in our goodbye’love scene’. Thanks Lee Daniels for the great experience. #theButler,” Oprah tweeted. When Howard was recently questioned by paparazzi about Oprah’s “tig ol’ bitties,” the actor used more appropriate words and phrases to describe Oprah. Howard said she is a ”beautiful woman” and he was lucky  “to touch the Queen.“ He may not care very much about landing another acting gig with Oprah because he hinted to exploring additional career opportunities. And also revealed that he was slammed by black media and its “crab in a barrel mentality” when he decided to marry an Asian woman.

 What are your feelings about Howard’s comments?

Malcolm Morrow, a Your Black World Network contributor, is a senior, criminal justice major at The University of Southern Miss