It’s a good thing Wendy Osefo of Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of Potomac” let her husband do most of the talking with their children on policing in America. If she had been the one to do it, she likely would have filled their heads with nonsense about cops everywhere shooting unarmed black people for sport.
Osefo told her husband Eddie on the latest episode that the two should talk with their young boys “about police and relationships with police.” The scene was apparently shot around the time the Derek Chauvin trial was taking place, which Osefo, who is black, said “just made me wanting to shelter” her kids.
“I think it’s unfair that black parents have to break their children’s innocence to prepare them for the world that they live in,” she said.
Fortunately, Eddie took the lead on that conversation and told their boys more or less that some cops are bad, but his wife apparently needs her