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Title: Kevin Samuels: Modern Women Need to Be RIght Is a B*TCH #kevinsamuels #shorts

Created On: February 3, 2023 at 10:30PM

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Kevin Samuels was a prominent voice in the manosphrere space spreading the redpill message to men across the world.

Kevin Samuels brought awareness that some of the ideologies and actions of modern woman can be bad for relationships. He called out modern women and challenged them to take accountability for their actions in relationships. There is optimism that Kevin Samuels’s message will continue reverberating into the ether. Hopefully, women will start to listen to his words.

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The late Kevin Rosahon Samuels (t. 18 March 1969 – 5 May 2022) was an American web personality and image consultant. After rising to popularity in 2020, he was considered a polarizing figure due to his YouTube and Instagram livestreams about modern society and relationships.

Oklahoma City is the birthplace of Kevin Samuels, where he attended Millwood High School. After graduating High School, he studied chemical engineering at the University of Oklahoma but could not graduate due to cancer at age 21.
After working in the marketing industry for several years, Samuels started his own image consulting business in 2013. He become very popular on several social media platforms. He accumulated 1.4 million subscribers on YouTube, 1.2 million followers on Instagram, and thousands on several other online platforms like Twitter and TikTok. According to the New York Times, he built an image as a “plain-spoken, hypermasculine authority” who promoted “strict gender roles.”

Samuels gained traction in mainstream hip-hop culture by interviewing Nicki Minaj and T.I. and appearing on No Jumper, Joe Budden TV, and VladTV. Samuels made a cameo appearance during the episode “Rich Wigga, Poor Wigga” of the television series Atlanta in 2022. In February 2022, Samuels appeared in a music video in which he acted as a therapist and dating coach for rapper Future on the single “Worst Day.” He also interviewed popular Instagram models like Brittany Renner and reality T.V. stars like Tommie Lee. Several prominent guests, such as Minaj,[12] Marlon Wayans, and Tamar Braxton, supported his work.

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