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Stedman Graham you have been called out! There is an open letter pleading with Stedman to as  Beyonce would say “Put a Ring on it.” The whole world is enthralled with today’s wedding of  Prince William and Kate. There is one more wedding that would ripple from America that the whole world would pay reverential attention to. That wedding would be  Stedman and Oprah. This week one man sites his case to Stedman why  he should make an honest woman of  Oprah.

The plea begins as follows:

“Why my Southern Baptist brother, Stedman Graham, ought to make Oprah an honest woman and marry the princess of all media.  Stedman Graham, is the baddest playa-dawg of all time. Stedman Graham reminds me of the great-looking high school playa who had all the women wanting to be with him because he was light-skinned, had “good hair”, etc., and make no mistake about it, he played those women too, but he also had the most popular and smartest girl on a string and would not let her go so somebody else could have her because he knew how valuable she was – if for nothing else, to do his school work for him. As a grown man, this is exactly what Stedman Graham has been doing to our girl, the princess of all media, Oprah Winfrey.”

You can Read the remainder of the  advisory here

Graham and Winfrey were engaged to be married in November 1992, but later decided they would rather have a “spiritual union.” Graham is an entrepreneur and CEO of S. Graham & Associates, a Chicago-based corporate and educational marketing and consulting firm. He is also founder of AAD (formerly, Athletes Against Drugs), a non-profit organization that provides services to youth and has awarded over $1.5 million in scholarships since its founding in 1985.  Graham currently is employed as an adjunct professor at Full Sail University.

Tell us what you think. Should Stedman ever marry Oprah? Is it now a dead matter? Tell us in the comments.

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