Rev. Run, rap artist turned practicing minister, has teamed up with singer Tyrese Gibson to release a book called “Manology” and recently shared his thoughts on men cheating while using the Holy Bible.
Rev. Run, born Joseph Simmons, is a married minister with six children, and he decided to collaborate with Gibson to offer an alternative perspective about men in relationships. The pair have been promoting their book together and recently appeared on New York City radio station Power 105.1′s Breakfast Club Morning show to speak about infidelities in relationships.
While Gibson is a single father who is not quite ready to settle down, Run used the Bible to demonstrate his points about why a man should stop cheating on his spouse as he matures.
“The Bible says that when you get older, you walk away from those things. That’s where Run’s House came into things,” Run said on the radio show, referencing his former MTV reality television show Run’s House. “It became so popular because you are like this is the after rap, this is the next look. As time goes along and you get older, you want that look.”
The rapper-turned-minister used other high profile individuals to emphasize his point.
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Tyres and Rev. Run Encourage “Manology” In New Book Release was originally published on praisecleveland.com