FOOTAGE shows self-proclaimed love guru Kevin Samuels ranting about so-called ordinary women hours before his death.
Samuels uploaded the tirade, titled “Modern Women are a Party of 1,” to his YouTube and Instagram channels on May 4.
The influencer, who has previously been accused of misogyny, said: “Ladies and gentlemen, why am I saying modern women are a party of one?”
Samuels ranted, “Men don’t care what you’ve got. We care about who you are. Your Masters, your Ph.D., your property or your car, whatever, is NOT what men choose.
“Women are judged by the highest man they have ever ‘dealt’ with. She figured her level would automatically adjust.”
In the video, he said he’s starting to see “hellified basic chicks.”
Samuels previously sparked outrage on social media after claiming unmarried women over the age of 35 are considered “leftover women”.
His videos also include claims that modern women are average at best.
SAMUELS’ MOTHER CONFIRMS HIS DEATH
Samuels died Thursday after suffering chest pains and falling on a woman he had spent the night with, reports said.
The YouTuber’s mother, Beverly Samuels-Burch, confirmed his death to NBC on Friday after rumors of his death spread on social media on Thursday.
His mother declined to give details of his death; However, according to an incident report from the Atlanta Police Department, first responders responded to an 911 call at Samuel’s home after he experienced chest pains.
A woman who spent the night with Samuels called 911 after the Youtuber fell on her.
Medical officials found Samuels unresponsive on the floor of his home, the report said.
After EMS officers performed CPR on Samuels, he was taken to Piedmont Hospital for an evaluation.
The YouTuber’s mother told NBC she found out about her son’s death on social media.
“It was a terrible thing for social media to post. I didn’t even know. I hadn’t even been notified,” she told the outlet Friday.
“All I do is ask people to pray for us.”
Melanie King, who claims to be a friend of Samuels, announced Thursday that she received “family confirmation” of his death.
Police have neither confirmed nor denied his death.
Dozens of tributes were posted under the comments of his latest Instagram post after rumors of Samuel’s death circulated.
Influencer Sabrina Paterson said, “Prayer I pray this isn’t true.”
American TV personality Phaedra Parks posted two praying emojis next to a love heart.
Canadian YouTuber LaToya Forever said, “No, just no.”
And singer-songwriter Sy Ari da Kid wrote: “Nah OG don’t leave this anytime soon bro. Keep killing.”
The lifestyle influencer, known as an image consultant, has more than a million followers on Instagram and over 80,000 on TikTok.
Samuels shared a tweet on April 29 with a link to an Instagram post.
The pinned tweet on his profile is dated April 20, 2016 and says, “You’ll never outperform your belief systems.”
Samuels revealed in an interview that he has been married twice.
He first tied the knot with his high school sweetheart, but it only lasted a year.
The exact year that Samuels married his first wife is unknown.
The couple had one child whose identity has not been released.
Samuels revealed that he was getting a divorce because “it wasn’t a good idea to even get married.”
And six to seven years later he tied the knot again and married his second wife.
But the marriage, which lasted three years, ended because of “irreconcilable differences.”
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