But life coach Iyanla Vanzant is now dealing with criticism from ‘the people’ for capitalizing on the reality star’s crisis of a life.
Whether or not she did, that’s show biz, right? And most of those critics were probably glued to the television like all the other blood-sucking drama–loving folks.
In fact, the ratings brought OWN to its highest viewership stats ever.
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Vanzant explained to theGrio that the interview was just a natural progression of what she’s been doing all of her career.
“[Oprah] didn’t give me any advice, she’s very supportive,” Vanzant told theGrio. “But, you know, I’m a good student, and I’ve watched her. So, her advice has come through her being-ness. Do what you love. Do what you’re good at. Be yourself.”
She added, “All I have to do is do my work; the universe creates the momentum.”
Just like all the other guests that Vanzant performs interventions for, Lozada wrote her a letter, reaching out for help.
The interview was done in two parts.
interestingly, the interview was done in two parts … before and AFTER the headbutting incident. So, in the second part, the discussion is about Ev’s life after Chad Ochocinco.
Iyanla, Fix My Life | Evelyn Lozada (PART 1)… by Ashley_Miller_3
Iyanla, Fix My Life | Evelyn Lozada (Part 2)… by Ashley_Miller_3