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Several online sources have reported the sad news of Kevin Samuels’ death at the age of 56. The heartbreaking news left everybody with questions surrounding Kevin Samuels’ cause of death.

On May 5, 2022, online sources and some Twitter users claimed that Samuels have passed away but Samuels’ family and close friends have not released a statement to confirm the sad news and we do not confirm nor reject the news related to Kevin Samuels’ death.

Our team is trying to provide the latest updates as soon as possible and you make sure to check back regularly for the latest updates.

Kevin Samuels who was born on March 13, 1965, is known as an American YouTuber, dating expert, image consultant, and social media influencer from Atlanta, Georgia, United States.

He rose to fame by giving commentary and advice on women and especially the black community. He is also known for being a motivational speaker as well as helping people and companies to get back on track.

According to reports, his parents got separated when Kevin was young. Even though he was born in Atlanta, he moved to Oklahoma, where he finished his high school at Millwood High School.

He joined the University of Oklahoma and graduated with a bachelor’s in Chemical Engineering. After that Kevin worked for many companies as a Business Manager and Consultant.

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Kevin Samuels’ Cause of Death Remains Secret

Influencer and “Men’s advocate”, Kevin Samuels sadly passed away at 56. Kevin Samuels’ cause of death is probably related to cardiac arrest, according to unconfirmed reports.

His death news has sparked a rash of speculation on social media in the last several hours. On Twitter, there has been a lot of confusion over whether the news is accurate or not.

One Twitter user wrote: “Y’all weird wishing death on Kevin Samuels or any person for that matter. Having a difference in opinions, that’s fine, but wishing death on people is taking it too far.”

Kevin Samuels' Death Came as Shock
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However no reliable sources have confirmed Kevin Samuels’ death, if you search for his name on Twitter at this hour, you will face a flood of tweets relating to his passing.

Several individuals are also said to be cheering Kevin’s death because of his past transgressions against women and the black community.

With his larger audience being the black community, Samuels has not been sitting well with most of his followers and fans. The internet created a petition for Kevin’s removal on social media platforms.

Kevin was recently called out for creating content that attacks black women, which has led to an increase in violence against women. The petition reported that women no longer feel safe and sound especially when around men who believe in Samuels’ beliefs and ideologies.

Samuel has been accused of objectifying black women and creating hatred toward them. One Twitter user tweeted: “Whatever credibility Kevin Samuels fans claim that he has immediately gets canceled out because he always has the most horrible takes. Implying that Black Women aren’t being abused because he doesn’t ‘see it happening.’ This is ya’lls king?”

Kevin sparked controversy final week when he said single girls aged 35 have been thought about as “leftover women.” In the clip, circulating on social media, Kevin says: “If you live to 35 and you’re not married, you’re a leftover. You’re leftover. Men know you may have a problem.”

“Whether you want to hear it or not, I’ll go with you. I’m telling you the truth you don’t want to hear,” he added.

Kevin himself is 56, twice divorced, and currently unmarried yet. “And here’s the thing—when you were between the ages of 22 and 25 and you didn’t want to settle—you were trying to get the CEO, the pilot, the investment banker, you were trying to get flewed out,”

He continued: “if you are a woman 35 plus and you want a man that’s on the same lifestyle level, you’re going to have to share him.”

The news came out just days after David Birney’s Cause of Death was released. He sadly passed away on Friday, April 29, 2022, at his home in Santa Monica.

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4 Comments

  1. William MOBBERLEY May 6, 2022

    A very wise man who told it as it was. He will be missed

    He was soooooo politically incorrect and accordingly soooo very wise.

    A steady stream of fat, ugly, delusional single mothers seemed to queue up to have their unrealistic dreams dismantled in savage, brutally honest fashion but somehow telling someone with kids by three different men and overweight that they didn’t have a hope in hell of bagging themselves a 6 foot tall man with a 6 figure income was seen as “misogyny”.

    No. The truth hurts. that’s all.

    R.I.P. Kevin Samuels.

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    1. US day News May 6, 2022

      Samuels had his own fans and many critics. His death was unexpected. May he rest in peace.

      Reply
  2. Marcus P. May 10, 2022

    I don’t wish anything bad on anybody and condolences to his family, but if you’re seriously listening to someone who’s been divorced twice for relationship advice, then maybe you should question your own judgement.

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    1. Jack June 12, 2022

      Experience is the best teacher and creator of wisdom. I’d sooner take the advice of a twice divorced man over someone who’s never been married or someone who has never experienced what a man experiences in life (i.e. women) for advice on relationships.

      I’ve been divorced twice myself – through no fault of my own given that those women decided pathologically cheating was acceptable. But I’m far, far more wise and knowledgable about both relationships and women than I was at 20 yo from those experiences. I know what I did wrong and it started with ignoring or allowing their bad behavior – I should have not married then at all or dumped them much sooner at the first sign of trouble that would not be altered.

      Most all of what Kevin said perfectly aligns with my life experiences with women. And of experiences being a man – especially as a foolish man who believed the fairytales society pushes. I definitely admire him still for his clarity of thought and honesty. Trying to wake women up from their delusions is love, not hate.

      So many men and women today would rather live a fantasy of delusion than ever admit to the truth. And the problem is that nature and life don’t care what fantasies YOU think are true. Your life will roll out according to nature, biology and your own stupidity (both men and women) regardless of what you wish were or want to be true.

      To paraphrase a song: “If you believe in things you don’t understand then you suffer”. Kevin addressed that head on in the hope others wouldn’t suffer from their own ignorance and arrogance (like he did and I did in our youths).

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