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COUPLEDOM: Rick Foxx & Eliza Dushku

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Vanessa Williams' 39 year old ex husband Rick Foxx has officially moved on. And his new boo is 28 year old actress Eliza Dushku:

They were extra coupled up courtside at the Celtics vs. Magic game last night. They were clearly more into each other than into the game. And that seems to be the case every time they go out.  Folks have been spotting them all over each other around Miami and Vegas since March. A source recently told Star magazine, "They'd been trying to play down their relationship. But there's no denying that it's hot and heavy. She's completely smitten with him, and they have an amazing time together." Um, what? I mean...crazier things have happened. But um, yeah...
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no she doesn't

no she doesn't
Anonymous's picture

she's twisted & the one b4

she's twisted & the one b4 her too. He aint all that but guess he must b good at sumthin it aint like she's broke she been actin since she was like 12. As for the race thing u cant choose if the chemistry is there u have 2 give them ur blessing its 2009
gio's picture

not all blk guy are doing

not all blk guy are doing that. but there is a percentage too big for more liking thats has blk men against dating blk women. I dont have a problem with equal opportunists, shoot im one! lol howeva i do have a problem with people cutting a race off completely, espeically there own. and this has nothing to do with eliza, yall acting like he hooked up with paris hilton or jessica simpson. lol
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im not even mad, thats a def

im not even mad, thats a def age difference, but i LOVE ELiza Dishku..if i spelled that right. lol and she's from boston, get it girl! to quote the canceled "The Game" smh : "Im dating Rick Fox. RICK FOX!!!
lovelee's picture

There is no mixed race.

There is no mixed race. Listen to yourself when you say that. Does mixed or bi-racial make sense to you. MOST black people in the Americas and in the Diaspora have something in the bloodline other than African. Be it, Native Indian, Asian, Caucasian, etc. Black people and other melanated peoples of the world NEVER had a concept of race before the European came into being. Europeans made that up to cause confusion and division. Sad to see it still works.
Honeydrop's picture

You guys are making a big

You guys are making a big deal about this. Ok. What if she was a Latina? Would that make a difference? If these comments were made on a predominately white website would you call them racist? God is Love and Love is GOD, stop hating on them and worry about your own problems.
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L8r4H8rs: I think most of

L8r4H8rs: I think most of us are mixed with something.I don’t know many black people who don’t have American Indian grandparents/great grandparents, or are light skinned because back in the day someone was raped by a white man somewhere. But there is something about being black.We have a spirit and a soul that no one else has. I really can’t put my finger on it.But I feel blessed to have been born black. We are special. I don’t care what anyone says. So true!
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Gorgeous1/ Bey Stan #14/ I

Gorgeous1/ Bey Stan #14/ I ♥ CHOCOLATE MEN!!!: @ herpes….DEAD! This couple should be called "The Cold sore meets Herpes" Thats why their together. Know one else was willing to catch that ugly virus they both carry!
chance loony's picture

All those white girls

All those white girls certainly love their chocolate! Note: BMW sounds like she has a chip on her shoulder. To all my biracial sisters, name yourself! Don't ever allow angry, insecure folks tell you what you are because you are what you say you are and to hell with those who don't like it. You don't have to please them and you ain't got nothing to prove, so live your life! Also, just wanted to put in my 2cents about Miss Vanessa, Rick's ex-wife, she is indeed a fully immersed, beautiful African American woman. Both parents are A.A and so is she so stop with the foolishness of saying she was adopted and her moms was white because it just ain't so. Have a YGF day you Fabulous Ladies!!! Love to all including the HATERS!
Toya's picture

All this people on her

All this people on her talking about mixed race people...let them define themselves. I think Rick Foxx and ole girl are cute together. she is such a pretty woman
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What the hell! Vanessa

What the hell! Vanessa Williams and her brother were not adopted. They are both the children of two light-skinned African American school teachers. Please don't make up this stuff if you don't know what you are talking about. Vanessa stated that herself on a Canadian talk show because some ignorant black writer was calling her half- white because she is light and has green eyes. If both of your parents are black regardless of the skin tone then you are black as well. If your parents are of two different racial groups then you are biracial, that's where the term bi comes in. I am a dark woman and in high school I had a mixed race friend who looked like Elizabeth Taylor with a slight tan. She had straight, jet black hair and blue-green eyes and whenever we went out somewhere nosy people (including black people) would constantly ask her what race she was, they didn't even know that her mother was black. They guess every race but biracial, so society doesn't always know what race a person is by appearances alone.BMW your mother was mixed but she chose to identify as black alone and that is her choice, that doesn't make you biracial, only your mother was biracial. So you shouldn't get mad when biracial people call themselves that and not black. Don't be saying society says you are black so that is what you are because I have news for you, that is no longer relevant in today's world.
Stacey's picture

not my second favorite slayer

not my second favorite slayer with rick fox? you could do better, eliza.
Bonita's picture

The funniest thing about this

The funniest thing about this blog is how insecure some of you Black women are. You cant stand to see a Black man with a white girl. I don't look at race that way I never knock anyone for finding someone for themselves. Just because your black and another person is black does not mean you are meant to be friends, go into business together, or be together in a relationship. Its funny how people look at the white/black relationship as the cop out when interracial relationships are arguably the hardest relationship to be in (mostly because of close minded people like you!) I encourage you all to find someone you love no matter what the color instead of limiting yourselves with these angry black women attitudes. P.S. The argument about white women is that they are hoes. The funny thing is that some of you making those comments give it up just as quickly :)
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it is what it is she is a

it is what it is she is a beautifullll girl!! nothing wrong with it at all. He married a black woman he had a child with a black woman.. it didnt work it... he likes what he likes
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Lawyer Chick: Vanessa

Lawyer Chick: Vanessa Williams is is not black she is Biracial actually both of Vanessa's parents are black
milatimberlake's picture

MIERDA! if your are 1/2 black

MIERDA! if your are 1/2 black and 1/2 white then that makes you 1/2 black and 1/2 white. Not simply black or simply white! he has just as much right to be with a white woman as with a black woman. Maybe you all would leave him alone if he got with a mixed race like himself. Live and let live. And p.s. JIM CROW DAYS ARE OVER! yall are mad you dont have an icecubes chance in hell with him unless your tasha mack..lol
anthropology major's picture

THat younger generation

THat younger generation identifies as mixed. My son denies being simply black, he says he is mixed (biracial). The country has changed from Vanessa and Halle days.
Pedro4Prez's picture

High Heighter: LMAO…Some of

High Heighter: LMAO…Some of y’all actin like if these dudes weren’t bagging these white/other chicks, they would be wifing y’all instead… Why do you care so much? It is what it is. But, black men are never honest about this issue. They say its about choice. Black women are much to smart to buy into that. Many black scholars will tell you that this effects more than the self esteem of black women. It deprives black children of fathers, increase poverty, decreasing the black population, (many pass for latino), and so many other cultural and socioeconomic ramifications. In essence, it is not as simplistic as many would believe. This is all coming from someome who is married to a white man. Don't be so quick to call black women haterz. There is more at stake in our communities.
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Eva: When people see me

Eva: When people see me they don’t automatically see me as black, most people ask me, ‘What are You?’ Both black and white people ask that question. A person with parents of two different races is a biracial person and it doesn’t matter what some race militant has to say about it because it has nothing to do with them. You can’t tell people how to define themselves because it isn’t up to you. they asked my mother the same thing(half italian and black) people would come up and start speaking spanish or even arabic, but she knew who she was, a black woman. You have the right to be what you want, but please don't get mad when people can't accept it.
BMW's picture

Yvette: Someone mentioned

Yvette: Someone mentioned Vanessa Williams as a black woman and that is true, she defines herself that way because both of her parents are light colored African Americans. You are only biracial if one parent is black and the other is something else; white for mulattoes. As a dark colored African American woman I have zero problems with people with different racial parentage describing themselves in a way to encompass the entirety of their DNA. It is their prerogative and I don’t understand some black people, usually dark skinned ones like me, who are angered by this. I guess if you are not biracial yourself it is difficult to understand how biracial feel about this matter. After talking with many mixed raced people I do understand that they do not want to exclude the race of one parent in favor of the other. And I also agree that society is expanding its views on what constitutes one’s race. People in society do not at face value think a person is one way when they are something else. Vanessa williams is mixed, her mother was a white woman and her father was black man. She was adopted and so was her brother. You can read it up. whatever you want to call yourself is your business, but don't get upset when people refuse to honor that. I had a mixed friend who claimed tha she was white, and when she checked it on her application everyone was 100% shocked to see a light skined woman with long honey complexion hair. You could see the look on the employers face.
BMW's picture

Someone mentioned Vanessa

Someone mentioned Vanessa Williams as a black woman and that is true, she defines herself that way because both of her parents are light colored African Americans. You are only biracial if one parent is black and the other is something else; white for mulattoes. As a dark colored African American woman I have zero problems with people with different racial parentage describing themselves in a way to encompass the entirety of their DNA. It is their prerogative and I don't understand some black people, usually dark skinned ones like me, who are angered by this. I guess if you are not biracial yourself it is difficult to understand how biracial feel about this matter. After talking with many mixed raced people I do understand that they do not want to exclude the race of one parent in favor of the other. And I also agree that society is expanding its views on what constitutes one's race. People in society do not at face value think a person is one way when they are something else.
Yvette's picture

When people see me they don't

When people see me they don't automatically see me as black, most people ask me, 'What are You?' Both black and white people ask that question. A person with parents of two different races is a biracial person and it doesn't matter what some race militant has to say about it because it has nothing to do with them. You can't tell people how to define themselves because it isn't up to you.
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People who are light-skinned

People who are light-skinned are not necessarily biracial. You are biracial if your parents are of two different races. Perhaps in America society see biracial people as one thing, but that is only in America and that mode of thinking is changing. All through Europe, the caribbean and even in Africa people who are the offspring of parents of two different races are considered in the eyes of that society as mixed raced. They have a category for people in this group in Europe and in the Caribbean countries. Now the U.S. census has now recognized biracial people as their own group and designates them as such. Times are changing and the so-called one drop rule of defining ones race no longer applies in an increasingly diverse world. Those who continue to think the old way are irrelevant for what is happening in the world and in America today.
Karol's picture

Lawyer Chick: So that

Lawyer Chick: So that means there are 49% blacks! cool! more black people to go around. Most mixed people end up with other blacks.
BMW's picture

BMW: Society defines

BMW: Society defines races. I cracked up when she claimed mixed people are taking over? what? you mean black people are taking over! lol! Mixed people can call themsleves what ever they want, but you can’t change the fact that society still thinks you’re black. She has a point though if you go to Britian the mixed race percentage is 49%
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BMW: Society defines

BMW: Society defines races. I cracked up when she claimed mixed people are taking over? what? you mean black people are taking over! lol! Mixed people can call themsleves what ever they want, but you can’t change the fact that society still thinks you’re black. She has a point though if you go to Britian the mixed race percentage is 49%
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HE CAN DEF DO ALOT BETTER.I

HE CAN DEF DO ALOT BETTER.I THOUGHT SHE WAS DATING SETH MACFARLANE.OH WELL SHE SHOW DOLLHOUSE SUX!
Alana's picture

Lawyer Chick: It is 2009

Lawyer Chick: It is 2009 and the south does not define people like that anymore. Like others have stated no one goes by that antiquated one drop then your black rule Because thats what I call myself Biracial Ok, so YOU call yourself biracial, that doesn't mean everyone else that is has to refer to themselves as such. Vanessa, Obama, and a ton of other celebrities identify themselves as Black, so just accept it an move on.
Nicole's picture

Lawyer Chick: Sorry I does

Lawyer Chick: Sorry I does not Just Like everyone says Obama is the first Black President He is not He is the first Biracial President He identifies himself as black, as does Vanessa so why are you trying to educate people on this issue?...
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Lawyer Chick: But why would

Lawyer Chick: But why would you let a racist define you?????????????People Define them selves Society defines races. I cracked up when she claimed mixed people are taking over? what? you mean black people are taking over! lol! Mixed people can call themsleves what ever they want, but you can't change the fact that society still thinks you're black.
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BMW: I’m sorry! if you

BMW: I’m sorry! if you have a black parent you are black! point black! when people look at biracial people they see a black person with lighter skin! that’s it! and you’ll still get called a nigger asap when you piss one off. You can call yourself purple if you like, but at the end of the day you are not accepted by the white race in general. My mother is mixed, but she knows that in reality she is a white woman. Mixed people are going to take over! what? mixed people are black! and we will continue to take over! lol! You can celebrate your whitness and culture all day long, but at the end of the day you are a black woman, and some stupid people will remind about that every day once you step outside your biracial la la world. I don’t ask my mixed friends what they are because they have to decide for themselves, but they also have to know that most people will see a black girl and obama is a black pres! BMW: I’m sorry! if you have a black parent you are black! point black! when people look at biracial people they see a black person with lighter skin! that’s it! and you’ll still get called a nigger asap when you piss one off. You can call yourself purple if you like, but at the end of the day you are not accepted by the white race in general. My mother is mixed, but she knows that in reality she is a white woman. Mixed people are going to take over! what? mixed people are black! and we will continue to take over! lol! You can celebrate your whitness and culture all day long, but at the end of the day you are a black woman, and some stupid people will remind about that every day once you step outside your biracial la la world. I don’t ask my mixed friends what they are because they have to decide for themselves, but they also have to know that most people will see a black girl and obama is a black pres! But why would you let a racist define you????????????? People Define them selves
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Melody: I am a mulattoe,

Melody: I am a mulattoe, half-european, half-african and I like the majority of biracial people embrace and love both sides of their heritage. We are a combination of both and we have the right to define who we are, no one else does. All of my white and black friends except me as a mixed raced person with two cultures and races. They are confident enough in themselves not to try to speak and think for me because they know it is not their place or responsibility to do so. Mixed race people are growing in number in North American and Europe and we will in time , become a force to be dealt with on our terms, no one else’s. I love my African American culture, but I love my European culture as well. I'm sorry! if you have a black parent you are black! point black! when people look at biracial people they see a black person with lighter skin! that's it! and you'll still get called a nigger asap when you piss one off. You can call yourself purple if you like, but at the end of the day you are not accepted by the white race in general. My mother is mixed, but she knows that in reality she is a white woman. Mixed people are going to take over! what? mixed people are black! and we will continue to take over! lol! You can celebrate your whitness and culture all day long, but at the end of the day you are a black woman, and some stupid people will remind about that every day once you step outside your biracial la la world. I don't ask my mixed friends what they are because they have to decide for themselves, but they also have to know that most people will see a black girl and obama is a black pres!
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Melody: I'm sorry! if you

Melody: I'm sorry! if you have a black parent you are black! point black! when people look at biracial people they see a black person with lighter skin! that's it! and you'll still get called a nigger asap when you piss one off. Yo I'm sorry! if you have a black parent you are black! point black! when people look at biracial people they see a black person with lighter skin! that's it! and you'll still get called a nigger asap when you piss one off. You can call yourself purple if you like, but at the end of the day you are not accepted by the white race in general. My mother is mixed, but she knows that in reality she is a white woman. Mixed people are going to take over! what? mixed people are black! and we will continue to take over! lol! You can celebrate your whitness and culture all day long, but at the end of the day you are a black woman, and some stupid people will remind about that every day once you step outside your biracial la la world. I don't ask my mixed friends what they are because they have to decide for themselves, but they also have to know that most people will see a black girl and obama is a black pres!
BMW's picture

They Look cute

They Look cute
NO HATE!!!'s picture

I am a mulattoe,

I am a mulattoe, half-european, half-african and I like the majority of biracial people embrace and love both sides of their heritage. We are a combination of both and we have the right to define who we are, no one else does. All of my white and black friends except me as a mixed raced person with two cultures and races. They are confident enough in themselves not to try to speak and think for me because they know it is not their place or responsibility to do so. Mixed race people are growing in number in North American and Europe and we will in time , become a force to be dealt with on our terms, no one else's. I love my African American culture, but I love my European culture as well.
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I THINK THAT PPL WHO SAY

I THINK THAT PPL WHO SAY PRESIDENT OBAMA IS NOT BLACK OR NOT BLACK ENOUGH HAVE SOME SERIOUS ISSUES. WHO CARES IF HIS MOTHER IS WHITE PPL WOULD HAVE NEVER KNOWN THAT UNLESS HE TOLD THEM. DO YOU THINK PPL SEE HIM AND SEE MIXED NO THEY SEE A BLACK MAN. HE HAS OPEN DOORS FOR US WITH NEW POSSIBILITIES. WHY CANT WE BE HAPPY ABOUT THAT INSTEAD OF FINDING SOMETHING NEGATIVE WITH IT. AND THOSE OF YOU WHO QUESTION WHY BLACK MEN DATE WHITE OR OTHER IS IT BECAUSE OF THEIR HAIR OR WHAT NOT/ DOES IT BOTHER YOU WHEN A BLACK MAN CHOOSES ANOTHER BLACK WOMAN BECAUSE SHE HAS A BIGGER BOOTY OR BOOBS. WHO CARES IF THATS WHAT HE CHOOSES HE IS NOT THE ONE FOR YOU. AND YOU WONT FIND THAT ONE CUZ YOUR WAISTING YOUR TIME ANALYZING THINGS THAT DONT ADD ANYTHING TO YOUR LIFE
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To Lawyer chick and Lois: As

To Lawyer chick and Lois: As I stated before, I live here in the South adn I have had to deal with racism and discrimination for as long as I can remember. When people say it's 2009 and the south isn't like that anymore must not live here or they have been lucky enough to not have to deal with the things that I have. The point that I was trying to make is this: People should be able to call themselves whatever they want. If someone is bi-racial and they want to be called that it's great. And if someone is bi-racial and they want to be called black we should respect that.
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This is so off topic but I

This is so off topic but I only see darker complected males with white women and I never or rarely see lighter African american males with white women and the same goes when I see a Black women with a white man she is always Darker complected..I know its all about love and not skin color but its so odd to me that all of the bi-racial people I know has a dark skinned parent...anyway they are a very odd couple and I think its the age difference that gets me and not that they are an interacial couple -but it seems like divorced men tend to go after younger women after they get divorced and its so easy for a divorced man to get a woman but its harder for a divorced mother with kids to date again
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To Lawyer Chick and Lois: As

To Lawyer Chick and Lois: As I stated before, I live in the South. I deal with racism everyday. And for people to say that the South isn't like that anymore must not live here or they've just been lucky and haven't had to deal with it. All I was saying was people have the right to identify themselves anyway they want. If they want to be bi-racial that's fine, if they want to say their black, that's fine as well. It's their right to be whatever they want to be.
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PrincessEbony: To: Lawyer

PrincessEbony: To: Lawyer Chick:I have 8 first cousins that are bi-racial and they are considered black. Their doctors, friends, society, all consider them to be black. So therefore, that person is not discrediting their parent. Everyone else is doing that for them. I live in the South and many white people here still bleieve in the one drop rule; if you have a drop of black blood in you, you are considered black. So if a bi-racial person wants to look at themselves as being black, that is their right. It is 2009 and the south does not define people like that anymore. Like others have stated no one goes by that antiquated one drop then your black rule Because thats what I call myself Biracial
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How did a pic of Rick Fox and

How did a pic of Rick Fox and his new girl turn into a conversation about the U.S. and Obama?! Anyway back to the post. I think girlfriend betta watch out. We know Rick is a playa.
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People have a right to name

People have a right to name themselves. I have mixed relatives and they describe themselves that way, so what. The south cannot define people anymore and who cares what those backward (socially) people think anyway. All over the world biracial people are considered mixed race, mulattoe, what have you. The United States is not the world and Rick is biracial and is considered mixed race everywhere else.
Lois's picture

I have dated a couple of

I have dated a couple of white men, Asian men and a Mexican man. After a while, you miss being with a brother. I have often wondered if black men experience that same feeling. I have a girlfriend who was married to an Asian man for 13 years, he was really good to her. But she divorced him and moved to Atlanta to find a brother. Last I heard she was still looking.
L8r4H8rs's picture

What the heck is 1/4 black

What the heck is 1/4 black blood? Nobody goes by that antiquated one drop rule anymore and biracial folks born of parents of two different races are people of mixed race and there is nothing wrong with declaring that. Biracial people aren't going to deny their mothers or fathers who made them just because some insecure folks want them to. Most Black people don't even care when biracial people say that they are biracial. It's just the black, militant type who think they can't tell folks how to live their lives and what they can call themselves. Rick is a mixed race man and he oftens talks about his white mother who he loves very much. If you don't like people in interracial relationships then don't do it yourself.
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To: Lawyer Chick: I have 8

To: Lawyer Chick: I have 8 first cousins that are bi-racial and they are considered black. Their doctors, friends, society, all consider them to be black. So therefore, that person is not discrediting their parent. Everyone else is doing that for them. I live in the South and many white people here still bleieve in the one drop rule; if you have a drop of black blood in you, you are considered black. So if a bi-racial person wants to look at themselves as being black, that is their right.
PrincessEbony's picture

The white guy who created

The white guy who created South Park just married a beautiful YBF sister. All of you need to bo to blackgirlsrockit.com to see all the beautiful YBF women and their vanilla husbands. The guy who invented the ECKO clothing empire is married to a YBF lady. The guy who invented NORTH ANTI-VIRUS has a YBF chick. Rick Fox's mother is Italian and his dad is from the Bahamas or Barbados where Rick was born.
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Lawyer Chick: I am not

Lawyer Chick: I am not confused. Saying you are black when you have a white parent is almost like discrediting the fact the he/she is the one who raised you and birthed you. If you have 1/4 black blood you are considered black.
Uh huh...yeah!'s picture

Lawyer Chick: Sorry I does

Lawyer Chick: Sorry I does notJust Like everyone says Obama is the first Black President He is not He is the first Biracial President I think most of us are mixed with something. I don't know many black people who don't have American Indian grandparents/great grandparents, or are light skinned because back in the day someone was raped by a white man somewhere. But there is something about being black. We have a spirit and a soul that no one else has. I really can't put my finger on it. But I feel blessed to have been born black. We are special. I don't care what anyone says.
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De: He looks all black to

De: He looks all black to me. Sellout. ignorant
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Uh huh...yeah!: IT DOES!

Uh huh...yeah!: IT DOES! LAWYER CHICK IS CONFUSED. I am not confused. Saying you are black when you have a white parent is almost like discrediting the fact the he/she is the one who raised you and birthed you.
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