*Today, Tuesday, November 8 … it’s Election Day on “The Real” as the ladies share their voting tips and tricks! Guest co-host Ashanti candidly reveals it’s a family tradition to vote because her grandfather actually marched with Martin Luther King Jr. in Selma, Alabama!
Also, co-host Loni Love emotionally asks young viewers to stop taking their right to vote for granted.
And, “Almost Christmas” actor, Romany Malco encourages fans to change the game by voting locally and candidly admits he cooks for the furry four-legged friend in his life.
Plus, tune-in to see why there may be a collared green taste test in “The Real’s” future and a heartfelt moment that brings Ashanti to tears!
Ashanti’s Grandpa Marched with Martin Luther King Jr.
Loni Love’s Emotional Plea to Young Voters!
Romany Malco on Changing the Game: Vote Locally!
Ashanti’s Grandpa Marched with Martin Luther King, Jr.
Ashanti: My grandfather actually marched with Martin Luther King, [Jr.] and there’s a picture of him that we have in our house. He’s holding his shoes up with holes in them and there’s a whole article. They spat on him. They beat him. And he marched… down Selma for us to have that opportunity, you know what I mean? So that has always been instilled in my entire family. As soon as everyone turned 18, grandpa, go out there and do what you need to do.
[The Real audience claps.]
Watch this — November 8th on The Real — check local listings.
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