Steve Harvey has no problem 'getting rid' of his daughter's boyfriends if he doesn't approve

Steve Harvey could easily "get rid" of one of his daughter's boyfriends.
The 67-year-old television host - who has twins Karli and Brandi, 40, and son Broderick, 31, with first wife Marcia Harvey as well as Wynton , 26, with second wife Mary Shackelford and adopted children Morgan, 38, Jason, 31, and Lori, 27, through his third marriage to Marjorie Harvey - explained that his daughters are "very careful" when introducing him to a potential new boyfriend.
He told Us Weekly: "If I spot a bad one, I get rid of them. I make no bones about it, so they’re very careful when they bring them. You can think a person is wonderful, but everybody’s wonderful in the beginning. Everybody, you always meet the mask. The mask can last for about 90 days, and then after a while, the mask starts unraveling, and I just try to wait on that period. Sometimes they make it, sometimes they don’t."
But if the 'Family Feud' star notices something off about a new boy who comes round the house, he will not involve his daughter and simply go about making sure he doesn't come back himself.
He said: "But if you come in the house, and I know right off the top that you’re just not a good guy, I start the reading process right away I don’t say nothing to my daughter, I just, behind the scenes, I start working toward getting rid of this guy.
"The person you choose to spend your life with is probably the most important decision you’ll ever make. That relationship becomes an elevator. It can take you up or it can take you down, so choose wisely