In continuation of our series about Ro’s wife school I have decided to post another interview with one of her victims. This interview is from a woman who chose to remain anonymous.

How did you find out about Ro’s Wife School?

Someone shared a post of Ro’s in an attempt to discredit her.

What prompted you to join?

At first I thought she was crazy. Then I went to her page and started shifting through her post[s], agreed with many, and got intrigued.

How much money did you spend to join Ro’s Wife School?

$300 for wife school
$20 for the book
$25 for a local tea

How long were you enrolled in Ro’s Wife School?

When I paid for wife school it was a 6 hour recording you could watch on your own.

How much money have you spent in total?


Were you asked to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement?

Yes. I still have a copy.

While enrolled were you allowed to ask questions about Ro’s Wife School?

It’s not an environment where questions were ever really allowed and if you publicly question her she’s gonna try to roast you or block you. If you try to ask her things privately she will tell you her time is worth thousands of dollars an hour. I personally haven’t experienced this.

Were you enrolled in classes in person or online?


Is Ro the only teacher at her Wife School?

Her minion Keisha was part of the teaching.

If you are no longer enrolled, why did you leave?

I follow her pages but stopped paying or going to local events after the tea for the following reasons:

1. The tea was bootleg. For someone so cultured she sure has no concept of how a tea is supposed to go. Also it was at this old mentors condo and just very bootleg.

2. I meet a great friend of mine at this tea and we later discussed how things felt “off” and cultish.

3. The members home we went to for this tea was removed from the movement by Ro via group message we all were on. It was so weird because she apparently had been with Ro for years, just hosted this tea, pretty much dedicated her life to this, and was unceremoniously dumped like trash in front of strangers.

4. The more I observed the more I realized this was a woman with great info that didn’t want to help people (maybe she started off that way?), she wanted to be seen as a god and she wanted to make money by playing on Black women’s desire to break the cycle of single family homes. Her stories weren’t adding up, everything she claimed was to better the Black community pointed back to making her own movement money, she is completely unsupportive of any businesses outside of her own, the 80 million Facebook groups and pages, she was always selling a product and over charging, she was so nasty in her comments, more mentors would get fired.

5. The quality of her products and classes isn’t great and it’s all to make as much as possible.

Why do you want to speak about Ro’s school now?

Because I’m honestly saddened by this. A great concept is jaded by this woman. Once again Black people will distrust one another because we constantly feel that we are taking advantage of each other…and in this situation that proved to be the case.

Do you believe Ro’s Wife School is a cult?

I believe that many of the followers are of cult like mentality and do not see the bigger picture of how far deep they are into ROR, warning signs, or how they are being used.

If you have also been a victim of Ro’s wife school please share your story. 


A Look Inside of #RoEloriCutno’s #WifeSchool Cult – Part I
A Look Inside of #RoEloriCutno’s #WifeSchool Cult – Part II “The 5 W’s” and “How”
A Look Inside of #RoEloriCutno’s #WifeSchool Cult – Part III Interview: “Young” Wife School Victim
A Look Inside of #RoEloriCutno’s #WifeSchool Cult – Part IV Interview: “I am almost too old to get married to a healthy man.”

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