Loni Says It Will Take a Village To Stop Bullying on THE REAL

Loni Says It Will Take a Village To Stop Bullying on THE REAL

Loni Says It Will Take a Village To Stop Bullying on THE REAL

On Monday, December 11th, The Real hosts discuss the very real problem of bullying in our schools, and Loni talks about how she feels that it will take a village to stop the problem. The ladies also chat about today's Golden Globe nominations, who they are excited to see nominated and who they feel may have been snubbed. December 11th on The Real - check local listings.

Loni Says It Will Take a Village To Stop Bullying

Loni Love: My concern is that we have all these celebrities and he's getting all of this attention right now. But what's going to happen.

Adrienne Houghton: When he does...

Loni: After the attention goes away and it's still going to affect him.

Adrienne: Yeah.

Tamera Mowry-Housley: Uh huh.

Loni: So, it's like it's nice right now that everybody's here but in three days it'll be forgotten.

Jeannie Mai: Yeah.

Loni: And so, there really needs to be some policies put in place by schools, and parents need to work together to um... I don't know maybe there's some courses that people can take...

Adrienne: Yeah.

Tamera: I don't.

Loni: That they can teach the students. Ya know, there was hall monitoring. Back in the day if I had a problem my momma would go up to the school. Okay?

[The Real audience applauds]

Adrienne: But that's the question is...

Loni: You know what I am saying. But...

Adrienne: Maybe these kids that are bullying other kids you have to ask yourself...

Tamera: It's true.

Adrienne: For the kids that are being the bullies, what are they being taught at home.

Tamera: Uh huh.

Adrienne: You have to wonder do they have parents that are involved in their lives what is their parents influences on them? Do they have nice parents?

Loni: Yeah. Well that's the...

Adrienne: It's real.

Loni: And, and also. I have to go back, hey back in the day when it was a...a village. You know. I would go in my neighborhood.

Adrienne: Yep. It takes a village.

[The Real audience applauds]

Loni: And if I did something wrong, they was like, "You know I'm telling yo momma."

Adrienne: Yes.

Loni: You know what I am saying. It wasn't about beating or spanking or whatever. It was about a point of respect.

Tamera: Yep.

Loni: And we're losing, our kids are losing a sense of respect now-a-days. And we need to bring that back.

Tamera: For each other. Yep. For the parents.

[The Real Audience applauds]

Loni: You know. For the parents, for older people, everybody. That's, that's what we have to start teaching.

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