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Ne-Yo Discusses Being a 'Good Man' & Uplifting Women

Ne-Yo Discusses Being a 'Good Man' & Uplifting Women

Ne-Yo is featured in the latest issue of Schön! Magazine, out now.

Here’s what the 38-year-old “Miss Independent” crooner had to say…

On contributing to the sound of the late ’00s: “It feels great considering I’ve never attempted to start any sort of trend. I just do music the way it feels good to me. Glad to know that what feels good to me feels good to quite a few people! I’m honoured.”

On collaborating: “I’ve been blessed to have worked with a number of amazing artists. It’s always a memorable experience when the song comes together so well you can already see yourself performing it.”

On being a gentleman and uplifting women: “There’s a Good Man in all of us men. The sooner we realise and nurture that, the sooner the world and women will respect and nurture us again.”

For more from Ne-Yo, visit SchonMagazine.com.

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Credit: Ben Duggan; Photos: Schon Magazine
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  • Roscoe

    Bs. I know women personally who don’t want a gentleman, don’t want kindness. Several women I have come across in public display open hostility to me and I don’t even know them. A stranger doesn’t have to bend over backwards for me to treat him or her like a human being. I won’t bother with anyone who views me dimly before they get to know me. Men-hating women are a lost cause. Trying to prove you are not who they falsely believe you are is a huge and needless waste of time and energy.

  • Pitysaurus_rex

    Obviously he isn’t talking about the women who consistently choose jerks, instead of men that are worth their time.

    And comments like “oooooh that as-s” aren’t considered kind, so expect hostility.

  • Roscoe

    He was speaking in general terms about men and women. You are assuming otherwise and inserting specificity regarding romantic relationships. And similar to what I said, I won’t answer for what another man said to a woman, so she can stay hostile and oftentimes miserable because people who make false assumptions about an entire gender of people make it very hard for themselves.