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HE Tells All: Bridezillas, Jeanine and Marlene

In this week’s episode of Bridezillas we see how much of a control freak Jeanine is to her groom Thomas. Not only does she disrespect Thomas’ family, but she walks all over the man.

Thomas…really bro? Sometimes you have to show your woman that you have a chemical hormone called testosterone and that “you the man.” Make an attempt to raise your voice 5 decibels and I bet you she’ll bake you brownies! I’m a man who speaks from experience. Your inner DMX must come out to bark and like the song, ask her, “Whatcha’ really wannnnt?” It turns a woman on to know that she has found the lion of her untamed jungle.

Most of you might think of Jeanine as an evil person. I personally don’t blame Jeanine for being the way she is. Like I’ve said before, a man will be a man and a woman will be a woman. As lovers, we come to realize and accept the flaws of our counterparts if we truly love them. Although, you should never come to the realization of not knowing why you’re with her…Thomas! You have Jeanine looking like Cruella Deville! The sexiest quality about a woman is when she understands the concept of holding her own. She is the kind of woman who speaks up for her self, has confidence and is fun-loving. Not controlling, whiny, revengeful and insulting.
Kudos to Jose for doing the right thing and getting Marlene concerned at the altar. It was the perfect example of how a man should retaliate. You could tell Marlene enjoyed it with the radiant smile she had after he said yes. It added a sense of spice to a new beginning. If I were in the position, I would have turned around to the audience and performed five minutes of a spoken word poem that reflected the hell of the past week of wedding activities. #JUSTSAYIN’. Let’s stay tuned in to see if Thomas learns his lesson or not.

Jeremi Dudu is an intern in the Digital Media department at WE tv. He enjoys writing about health, wellness and relationships. Jeremi received his degree in Communication from the University of Southern California.