Oprah Reveals Why Her Mother Made Her Sleep Outside In The Dark As A Child
Oprah Winfrey is worth $3 billion, but as we could all ass’um’ed, that $3 billion didn’t come without a hefty price tag. Winfrey’s price tag starts acc’um’ulating far before Oprah was THE Oprah Winfrey- the first African American female billionaire/mega-talk show icon/huge h*ma’nit’arian, etc.
As num’erous of us have heard, Oprah had to endure a lot of p*in via all of her life, adding getting repeatedly r*ped by her family members and one relative who even impregnated her at the age of 14. The se*ua’l as*au’l’ts started when Oprah was just 9 year old,
but earlier to that, she was as*a’ult’ed in another type of at the age of 6 year old. This as*a’u’lt was more of a psychological/self-esteem as*au’lt thr’ust’ed upon her by a brain washed ignorant ad’ul’t. Oprah described Why She Had Her Sleep Outside As A child.
In a earlier interview with Huffington Post, Oprah remembered a time when her mon made her sleep outside at just 6 years old. During the first 6 years of her life, Oprah had been living with her grandmother, Hattie Mae Lee, in Mississippi. Then at 6, her mom,
Vernita Lee, sent for her to move to Wisconsin, where Vernita was eventually able to get on her feet and earn a living as a house maid. The only trouble was that the lady her mother lived with was her employer- a light skin Black lady named Ms. Miller,
who didn’t like the color of Oprah’s skin and therefore forbade her from sleeping inside of her house. Apparently Oprah’s mom permitted her daughter to sleep outside on the lady’s front porch, while Oprah’s light skin sister got to sleep indoors. What the HELL?!!
See what Oprah described about this below: (through HuffPost) Oprah: “My mom was boarding with this very light-sk’inned Bl’ack lady who could have passed for White… I could tell instantly when I used to visit in the room that she didn’t like me. It was because of the color of my skin.
I recalled the first night of moving in with her mom and the Ms. Miller] entering into that home and being said, that I wouldn’t be able to sleep with my mom and
I wouldn’t be able to sleep inside the home. There was a little foyer/porch before you literally got inside the home. I was put outside to sleep there whole night.”