Halle Berry’s Baby Threatened

September 26th, 2007 // 40 Comments

What’s wrong with people? A pregnant Halle Berry has reportedly hired security for herself and her baby daddy because someone is threatening to kill her for having a biracial baby. That’s retarded. Jesus, get a good reason to kill her at least. Like “Catwoman”.

The star, three months pregnant, has received letters at her LA home from an anonymous sicko.

One said she and her child would be “cut into hundreds of pieces”.

Halle, 41, who has a white father and an African-American mother, is expecting her first child with white Canadian model Gabriel Aubry.

A source close to the actress said: “Halle does not normally use security but she has taken on a couple of guys to make sure.” Police are investigating the threats.

People are so dumb. How tired is hating on black people and white people for making it happen? Who gives a shit? Worry about your moonshine still out back or whether someone might go back in time to kill Hitler, you lunatic dumbshit racist f*cks. And if this is just some kind of publicity stunt on Halle’s part, I will make her ass regret it for making me climb my fat ass onto a soapbox.

p.s. Anyone got the number of that little number in the white boxer briefs? Hello, slugger! How you doin’?

More photos of Gabriel Aubrey after the jump.

By J. Harvey
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  1. bdaygurl

    I doubt this is from reliable source. Halle’s mother is white and her dad is black.

  2. michellefromWeehawkenNJhomeofClooney'saccident

    J first I must tell u I Love You!!!! You are the best! Halle’s mother is white and her father is black. People are crazy! I hope they find this pyscho!

  3. Ugh

    I don’t which is worse, the fact this sounds like a made up story or the fact the writer here has called it “retarded.” Unreal.

  4. AMG

    J. you’re a crack up. Halle’s mother is white and her father is black.

  5. Bunny

    Well, I wouldn’t put it pass people. I have gotten looks and nasty comments from both (black and whites) races when I was dating a white man (i am black).

    People are ridiculous. On a side note, whats going to be weird is that I bet Halle is going to call her child black even though technically the child will be 1/4th black. I find this odd that people who are biracial (usually black and something else) will usually say that they are black. Besides the genetics (yeah yeah I know history one drop blah blah), it has to be somewhat hurtful to the non-black parent.

    At any rate, I find Halle horribly boring so unfortunately this possible death threat is the only interesting thing that I have read about her is a long while!

  6. anonymous

    Whether this is true or not, who cares?.

    I know for sure that I am absolutely sick and tired of racists, regardless of who they direct their hatred to.

    Even if this threat is untrue, Halle should still get security. She is having a high-risk pregnancy, she is diabetic. I think security should be with her if even to just keep the papparazzi at arms length from her. Pregnant women who are diabetic have to avoid stress as much as possible.

    I know some of you will now say then she should stay home to avoid the papparazzi. Please, she shouldn’t be prevented from living her life. She is a human being like the rest of us.

  7. Anika

    @ Bunny, I agree with you but I also remember the disparaging remarks Tiger Woods got from black people for calling himself Cablasian(sp?) on Oprah. Its a double sided sword

  8. deedee

    don’t say “retarded” when you mean something else. like “stupid”. please.

  9. anon

    Pffff America is so fucked up. People can’t understand Halle’s not black but MIXED RACE. But despite of that they call her black all the time.
    Black men are so jealous and possessive. They think Halle has to date them exclusively. Bunch of hateful DBRM. (Damaged beyond repair men)

  10. that’s pathetic. dude if you’re going to call every man who wants to f*ck halle a stalker then you’ve got serious problems

    but desperate times call for desperate measures.

    the truth is more everybody’s ignoring gabriel aubry and he got angry at me because of it,
    so now the b’tard is calling me a stalker

    what dork!

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  11. gabriel. dude if you’re going to call every man who wants to f*ck halle berry a stalker, then you’ve got serious problems

    and if you’re lying about a stalker, the police should investigate you, for making those threats

    cause gabriel, you’ve got serious mental problems

  12. hey gabriel dude did you make up that stalker story because you want to investigate jessica alba for spending the night with halle berry

    and you want to out them as lesbians

    dude. i hope you know that halle and jessica already admit that they are bi

    or are you worried that halle berry was sleeping around with some other dude? i mean she did want a sperm donor and no questions asked

  13. Zekers

    Herman B: you’re kinda scary, dude…

  14. gail

    …I couldn’t have said it better: how tired is this shit??!! Can’t we all get over the color thing, please!
    Blessings and best wishes to Halle, Gabriel, and their baby…..that’s gonna be one gorgeous child.

  15. joan durtz

    The Crackers are at it again. Suprise!!

  16. ER

    Herman B —– check yourself into a mental institution asap. You need help!

  17. Layla

    Race is pretty much a social construct. (That’s what people *really* can’t understand.) So yes. Halle Berry IS black. There are many african americans who are multi-generational mullatos and are unaware of this fact. And what about the blacks who are 30% European or 15% native american? How much African dna does it take to be a black person?

  18. Cie

    FYI:

    Halle has an African American Father and a white mother. Proper reseach is key. Please print the facts accurately.

    Thank you

  19. emma

    Her mother is white, father black, she is a “half-er” or mixed race, not a black woman.

    Her baby won’t be black, but again mixed race!

    I doubt someone would after a baby that will be 3/4 white…. especially given the wrong information about Halle’s mother and father!

  20. Sherron

    1st of all…to whoever wrote this little article, please get make sure that your facts are correct BEFORE you start writing, Halle Berry’s MOTHER is white and her father is black. Halle is biracial herself so what’s wrong with her having a baby with a white man?

    Their child will look more “white” because genetically speaking that baby is 75% white and only 25% black because his (or her) mom is 50% white/50% black (Halle) and the father is 100% white (Gabriel) so you do the math.

    Just like Nicole Richie looks more white even though she is mixed with white, black and mostly latino blood. Since she just had a baby with a white guy that child will look even whiter and be able to pass as white more so than Nicole already does. Nicole’s not white, she’s mixed but she looks like a white girl. Halle’s not black she’s mixed but she looks more like a black woman.

  21. queen

    Congradulations to Halle & her man; on their new baby girl! I’m very happy for them!!! But to educate some people who don’t understand what it is to be a person of color…if I can briefly touch on it, I will. Yes, for the person who did the math for us. Halle is both, African American and White, and her man Gabriel is, so you say “100% white”. Which technically does make the baby 75% white, and 25% black. But this is not the case physically when the world perceives or sees them to be. America only goes on appearance! Yes Halle is gorgeous, and no doubt “one of the most beautiful women in the world”!…she looks black, but she also looks bi racial, she can pass for Indian, Hispanic, Hawaiin, and a number of other races because of her skin and features. America is mixed…which is why we are referred to as “the melting pot”. No one is truly just one race. Black Women/Men who were inslaved, did a lot of mix breeding, which resulted in very fair skin black people. I’m a result of an Afican American, and an Irish Grandmother, as well as Cherokee Indian West Indian and, Creol blood. My Family ranges from anything from your darkest brown skin (some also wth blue eyes) to white complected… who were referred to at one time as “passing”. A term used for blacks who looked white. Blond hair and blue eyes, but who were black, very proud to be black, and wasn’t afraid to say that they were black. It wasn’t a secreat like so many African Americans felt they had to hide in order to have a “better” life. Any who…My very fair skin family members as well as my Mother who is in her early 60′s and who has experienced racism in one point in time… was called every race word in the book. Yeah, we need to get over this sheer ignorance, and see people for what’s inside. But unfortunantley that’s not the world we live in yet. We’re getting there but color and race is still an issue! Nicole Richie, looks like what she is, a fair skin black person. (If you know black when you see it). I guess its easy for me to see because I’m a fair skin black person who’s is often mistaken for everything under the sun as well as what I am Black, and Who’s related to black people who really looks more caucasion because of the blue eyes and naturally blond hair than Nicole Richie. In any event, if you’re Black/ Bi racial, White, Hispanic, Indian, Irish or of any other background, be proud of it! Embrace it! However being a person of color, regardless of how fair you may be… you can’t hide it. The most experienced racist can detect it, and will call you out at some point in time. Don’t make any mistakes of it. In their eyes white is just that, and nothing in between. (Actually, its the racist who came up with the concept that, “one black drop of blood makes you black”. Not African Americans). Black features are strong and really is dominating and very easy to detect. Hope I was able to clear some things up for those who don’t understand that race really has nothing to do with numbers…but does have everything to do with the obvious, which is the physical apperance of a person. It is what it is. Black people with white ancestors can’t deny who we’re apart of…however we can’t be blind to the obvious, because knowone else will. Again…you will be reminded in one point in time!

  22. queen

    Congradulations to Halle & her man; on their new baby girl! I’m very happy for them!!! But to educate some people who don’t understand what it is to be a person of color…if I can briefly touch on it, I will. Yes, for the person who did the math for us. Halle is both, African American and White, and her man Gabriel is, so you say “100% white”. Which technically does make the baby 75% white, and 25% black. But this is not the case physically when the world perceives or sees them to be. America only goes on appearance! Yes Halle is gorgeous, and no doubt “one of the most beautiful women in the world”!…she looks black, but she also looks bi racial, she can pass for Indian, Hispanic, Hawaiin, and a number of other races because of her skin and features. America is mixed…which is why we are referred to as “the melting pot”. No one is truly just one race. Black Women/Men who were inslaved, did a lot of mix breeding, which resulted in very fair skin black people. I’m a result of an Afican American, and an Irish Grandmother, as well as Cherokee Indian West Indian and, Creol blood. My Family ranges from anything from your darkest brown skin (some also wth blue eyes) to white complected… who were referred to at one time as “passing”. A term used for blacks who looked white. Blond hair and blue eyes, but who were black, very proud to be black, and wasn’t afraid to say that they were black. It wasn’t a secreat like so many African Americans felt they had to hide in order to have a “better” life. Any who…My very fair skin family members as well as my Mother who is in her early 60′s and who has experienced racism in one point in time… was called every race word in the book. Yeah, we need to get over this sheer ignorance, and see people for what’s inside. But unfortunantley that’s not the world we live in yet. We’re getting there but color and race is still an issue! Nicole Richie, looks like what she is, a fair skin black person. (If you know black when you see it). I guess its easy for me to see because I’m a fair skin black person who’s is often mistaken for everything under the sun as well as what I am Black, and Who’s related to black people who really looks more caucasion because of the blue eyes and naturally blond hair than Nicole Richie. In any event, if you’re Black/ Bi racial, White, Hispanic, Indian, Irish or of any other background, be proud of it! Embrace it! However being a person of color, regardless of how fair you may be… you can’t hide it. The most experienced racist can detect it, and will call you out at some point in time. Don’t make any mistakes of it. In their eyes white is just that, and nothing in between. (Actually, its the racist who came up with the concept that, “one black drop of blood makes you black”. Not African Americans). Black features are strong and really is dominating and very easy to detect. Hope I was able to clear some things up for those who don’t understand that race really has nothing to do with numbers…but does have everything to do with the obvious, which is the physical apperance of a person. It is what it is. Black people with white ancestors can’t deny who we’re apart of…however we can’t be blind to the obvious, because knowone else will. Again…you will be reminded in one point in time!

  23. queen

    Congradulations to Halle & her man; on their new baby girl! I’m very happy for them!!! But to educate some people who don’t understand what it is to be a person of color…if I can briefly touch on it, I will. Yes, for the person who did the math for us. Halle is both, African American and White, and her man Gabriel is, so you say “100% white”. Which technically does make the baby 75% white, and 25% black. But this is not the case physically when the world perceives or sees them to be. America only goes on appearance! Yes Halle is gorgeous, and no doubt “one of the most beautiful women in the world”!…she looks black, but she also looks bi racial, she can pass for Indian, Hispanic, Hawaiin, and a number of other races because of her skin and features. America is mixed…which is why we are referred to as “the melting pot”. No one is truly just one race. Black Women/Men who were inslaved, did a lot of mix breeding, which resulted in very fair skin black people. I’m a result of an Afican American, and an Irish Grandmother, as well as Cherokee Indian West Indian and, Creol blood. My Family ranges from anything from your darkest brown skin (some also wth blue eyes) to white complected… who were referred to at one time as “passing”. A term used for blacks who looked white. Blond hair and blue eyes, but who were black, very proud to be black, and wasn’t afraid to say that they were black. It wasn’t a secreat like so many African Americans felt they had to hide in order to have a “better” life. Any who…My very fair skin family members as well as my Mother who is in her early 60′s and who has experienced racism in one point in time… was called every race word in the book. Yeah, we need to get over this sheer ignorance, and see people for what’s inside. But unfortunantley that’s not the world we live in yet. We’re getting there but color and race is still an issue! Nicole Richie, looks like what she is, a fair skin black person. (If you know black when you see it). I guess its easy for me to see because I’m a fair skin black person who’s is often mistaken for everything under the sun as well as what I am Black, and Who’s related to black people who really looks more caucasion because of the blue eyes and naturally blond hair than Nicole Richie. In any event, if you’re Black/ Bi racial, White, Hispanic, Indian, Irish or of any other background, be proud of it! Embrace it! However being a person of color, regardless of how fair you may be… you can’t hide it. The most experienced racist can detect it, and will call you out at some point in time. Don’t make any mistakes of it. In their eyes white is just that, and nothing in between. (Actually, its the racist who came up with the concept that, “one black drop of blood makes you black”. Not African Americans). Black features are strong and really is dominating and very easy to detect. Hope I was able to clear some things up for those who don’t understand that race really has nothing to do with numbers…but does have everything to do with the obvious, which is the physical apperance of a person. It is what it is. Black people with white ancestors can’t deny who we’re apart of…however we can’t be blind to the obvious, because a “trained” eye won’t be. Again…you will be reminded in one point in time!

  24. queen

    Congradulations to Halle & her man; on their new baby girl! I’m very happy for them!!! But to educate some people who don’t understand what it is to be a person of color…if I can briefly touch on it, I will. Yes, for the person who did the math for us. Halle is both, African American and White, and her man Gabriel is, so you say “100% white”. Which technically does make the baby 75% white, and 25% black. But this is not the case physically when the world perceives or sees them to be. America only goes on appearance! Yes Halle is gorgeous, and no doubt “one of the most beautiful women in the world”!…she looks black, but she also looks bi racial, she can pass for Indian, Hispanic, Hawaiin, and a number of other races because of her skin and features. America is mixed…which is why we are referred to as “the melting pot”. No one is truly just one race. Black Women/Men who were inslaved, did a lot of mix breeding, which resulted in very fair skin black people. I’m a result of an Afican American, and an Irish Grandmother, as well as Cherokee Indian West Indian and, Creol blood. My Family ranges from anything from your darkest brown skin (some also wth blue eyes) to white complected… who were referred to at one time as “passing”. A term used for blacks who looked white. Blond hair and blue eyes, but who were black, very proud to be black, and wasn’t afraid to say that they were black. It wasn’t a secreat like so many African Americans felt they had to hide in order to have a “better” life. Any who…My very fair skin family members as well as my Mother who is in her early 60′s and who has experienced racism in one point in time… was called every race word in the book. Yeah, we need to get over this sheer ignorance, and see people for what’s inside. But unfortunantley that’s not the world we live in yet. We’re getting there but color and race is still an issue! Nicole Richie, looks like what she is, a fair skin black person. (If you know black when you see it). I guess its easy for me to see because I’m a fair skin black person who’s is often mistaken for everything under the sun as well as what I am Black, and Who’s related to black people who really looks more caucasion because of the blue eyes and naturally blond hair than Nicole Richie. In any event, if you’re Black/ Bi racial, White, Hispanic, Indian, Irish or of any other background, be proud of it! Embrace it! However being a person of color, regardless of how fair you may be… you can’t hide it. The most experienced racist can detect it, and will call you out at some point in time. Don’t make any mistakes of it. In their eyes white is just that, and nothing in between. (Actually, its the racist who came up with the concept that, “one black drop of blood makes you black”. Not African Americans). Black features are strong and really is dominating and very easy to detect. Hope I was able to clear some things up for those who don’t understand that race really has nothing to do with numbers…but does have everything to do with the obvious, which is the physical apperance of a person. It is what it is. Black people with white ancestors can’t deny who we’re apart of…however we can’t be blind to the obvious, because a “trained” eye won’t be. Again…you will be reminded in one point in time!

  25. queen

    Congradulations to Halle & her man; on their new baby girl! I’m very happy for them!!! But to educate some people who don’t understand what it is to be a person of color…if I can briefly touch on it, I will. Yes, for the person who did the math for us. Halle is both, African American and White, and her man Gabriel is, so you say “100% white”. Which technically does make the baby 75% white, and 25% black. But this is not the case physically when the world perceives or sees them to be. America only goes on appearance! Yes Halle is gorgeous, and no doubt “one of the most beautiful women in the world”!…she looks black, but she also looks bi racial, she can pass for Indian, Hispanic, Hawaiin, and a number of other races because of her skin and features. America is mixed…which is why we are referred to as “the melting pot”. No one is truly just one race. Black Women/Men who were inslaved, did a lot of mix breeding, which resulted in very fair skin black people. I’m a result of an Afican American, and an Irish Grandmother, as well as Cherokee Indian West Indian and, Creol blood. My Family ranges from anything from your darkest brown skin (some also wth blue eyes) to white complected… who were referred to at one time as “passing”. A term used for blacks who looked white. Blond hair and blue eyes, but who were black, very proud to be black, and wasn’t afraid to say that they were black. It wasn’t a secreat like so many African Americans felt they had to hide in order to have a “better” life. Any who…My very fair skin family members as well as my Mother who is in her early 60′s and who has experienced racism in one point in time… was called every race word in the book. Yeah, we need to get over this sheer ignorance, and see people for what’s inside. But unfortunantley that’s not the world we live in yet. We’re getting there but color and race is still an issue! Nicole Richie, looks like what she is, a fair skin black person. (If you know black when you see it). I guess its easy for me to see because I’m a fair skin black person who’s is often mistaken for everything under the sun as well as what I am Black, and Who’s related to black people who really looks more caucasion because of the blue eyes and naturally blond hair than Nicole Richie. In any event, if you’re Black/ Bi racial, White, Hispanic, Indian, Irish or of any other background, be proud of it! Embrace it! However being a person of color, regardless of how fair you may be… you can’t hide it. The most experienced racist can detect it, and will call you out at some point in time. Don’t make any mistakes of it. In their eyes white is just that, and nothing in between. (Actually, its the racist who came up with the concept that, “one black drop of blood makes you black”. Not African Americans). Black features are strong and really is dominating and very easy to detect. Hope I was able to clear some things up for those who don’t understand that race really has nothing to do with numbers…but does have everything to do with the obvious, which is the physical apperance of a person. It is what it is. Black people with white ancestors can’t deny who we’re apart of…however we can’t be blind to the obvious, because a “trained” eye won’t be. Again…you will be reminded in some point in time!

  26. queen

    Congradulations to Halle & her man; on their new baby girl! I’m very happy for them!!! But to educate some people who don’t understand what it is to be a person of color…if I can briefly touch on it, I will. Yes, for the person who did the math for us. Halle is both, African American and White, and her man Gabriel is, so you say “100% white”. Which technically does make the baby 75% white, and 25% black. But this is not the case physically when the world perceives or sees them to be. America only goes on appearance! Yes Halle is gorgeous, and no doubt “one of the most beautiful women in the world”!…she looks black, but she also looks bi racial, she can pass for Indian, Hispanic, Hawaiin, and a number of other races because of her skin and features. America is mixed…which is why we are referred to as “the melting pot”. No one is truly just one race. Black Women/Men who were inslaved, did a lot of mix breeding, which resulted in very fair skin black people. I’m a result of an Afican American, and an Irish Grandmother, as well as Cherokee Indian West Indian and, Creol blood. My Family ranges from anything from your darkest brown skin (some also wth blue eyes) to white complected… who were referred to at one time as “passing”. A term used for blacks who looked white. Blond hair and blue eyes, but who were black, very proud to be black, and wasn’t afraid to say that they were black. It wasn’t a secreat like so many African Americans felt they had to hide in order to have a “better” life. Any who…My very fair skin family members as well as my Mother who is in her early 60′s and who has experienced racism in one point in time… was called every race word in the book. Yeah, we need to get over this sheer ignorance, and see people for what’s inside. But unfortunantley that’s not the world we live in yet. We’re getting there but color and race is still an issue! Nicole Richie, looks like what she is, a fair skin black person. (If you know black when you see it). I guess its easy for me to see because I’m a fair skin black person who’s is often mistaken for everything under the sun as well as what I am Black, and Who’s related to black people who really looks more caucasion because of the blue eyes and naturally blond hair than Nicole Richie. In any event, if you’re Black/ Bi racial, White, Hispanic, Indian, Irish or of any other background, be proud of it! Embrace it! However being a person of color, regardless of how fair you may be… you can’t hide it. The most experienced racist can detect it, and will call you out at some point in time. Don’t make any mistakes of it. In their eyes white is just that, and nothing in between. (Actually, its the racist who came up with the concept that, “one black drop of blood makes you black”. Not African Americans). Black features are strong and really is dominating and very easy to detect. Hope I was able to clear some things up for those who don’t understand that race really has nothing to do with numbers…but does have everything to do with the obvious, which is the physical apperance of a person. It is what it is. Black people with white ancestors can’t deny who we’re apart of…however we can’t be blind to the obvious, because a “trained” eye won’t be. Again…you will be reminded in some point in time!

  27. queen

    Congradulations to Halle & her man; on their new baby girl! I’m very happy for them!!! But to educate some people who don’t understand what it is to be a person of color…if I can briefly touch on it, I will. Yes, for the person who did the math for us. Halle is both, African American and White, and her man Gabriel is, so you say “100% white”. Which technically does make the baby 75% white, and 25% black. But this is not the case physically when the world perceives/sees mixed, or “mixed looking, black people”, to be. America soley goes on appearance! Yes Halle is drop dead gorgeous, and no doubt “one of the most beautiful women in the world”!…she looks black, but she also looks and is bi racial, she can pass for Indian, Hispanic, Hawaiin, and a number of other races because of her skin and features. America is mixed…which is why we are referred to as “the melting pot”. No one is truly just one race. Black Women/Men who were inslaved, did a lot of mix breeding with Whites, which resulted in fair skin black people. I’m a result of an Afican American, and an Irish Grandmother, as well as Cherokee Indian West Indian and, Creol blood. My Family ranges from anything from your darkest brown skin (some also wth blue eyes) to white complected… who were referred to at one time as “passing”. A term used for blacks who looked white. Blond hair and blue eyes, but who were black, very proud to be black, and wasn’t afraid to say that they were black. It wasn’t a secreat like some African Americans felt they had to hide in order to have a “better” life. Any who…My very fair skin family members as well as my Mother(often mistaken for White) who is in her early 60′s, and in spite of the fact, has experienced racism in one point in time… was called every race word in the book. Yeah, we need to get over this “sheer ignorance”, and see people for what’s inside. But unfortunantley that’s not the world we live in yet. We’re getting there but color and race is still an issue! Nicole Richie, looks like what she is, a fair skin black person. (If you know black when you see it) take a closer look. I guess its easy for me to see, because I’m a fair skin black person who is often mistaken for everything under the sun as well as what I am Black, in which is related to black people who really looks more caucasion because of the blue eyes and naturally blond hair than Nicole Richie does on any given day. Trust me. In any event, if you’re Black/ Bi racial, White, Hispanic, Indian, Irish or of any other background, be proud of it! Embrace it! That’s what makes America so great! However being a person of color, regardless of how fair you may be… you can’t hide it. The most experienced racist can detect it, and will call you out at some point in time. Don’t make any mistakes of it. In their eyes white is just that, and nothing in between. (Actually, its the racist who came up with the concept that, “one black drop of blood makes you black”… Not African Americans). Black features are strong and really is dominating and very easy to detect. In a lot of cases, real fair skin people regardless of wether you have a child with a white person, or real fair skin person, often have children who look very African, features and all. Hope I was able to clear some things up for those who don’t understand that race really has nothing to do with numbers…but does have everything to do with the obvious, which is the physical apperance of a person. It is what it is. Black people with white ancestors can’t deny who we’re apart of…however we can’t be blind to the obvious, because a “trained” eye won’t be. Again…you will be reminded in some point in time!

  28. queen

    Congradulations to Halle & her man; on their new baby girl! I’m very happy for them!!! But to educate some people who don’t understand what it is to be a person of color…if I can briefly touch on it, I will. Yes, for the person who did the math for us. Halle is both, African American and White, and her man Gabriel is, so you say “100% white”. Which technically does make the baby 75% white, and 25% black. But this is not the case physically when the world perceives/sees mixed, or “mixed looking, black people”, to be. America soley goes on appearance! Yes Halle is drop dead gorgeous, and no doubt “one of the most beautiful women in the world”!…she looks black, but she also looks and is bi racial, she can pass for Indian, Hispanic, Hawaiin, and a number of other races because of her skin and features. America is mixed…which is why we are referred to as “the melting pot”. No one is truly just one race. Black Women/Men who were inslaved, did a lot of mix breeding with Whites, which resulted in fair skin black people. I’m a result of an Afican American, and an Irish Grandmother, as well as Cherokee Indian West Indian and, Creol blood. My Family ranges from anything from your darkest brown skin (some also wth blue eyes) to white complected… who were referred to at one time as “passing”. A term used for blacks who looked white. Blond hair and blue eyes, but who were black, very proud to be black, and wasn’t afraid to say that they were black. It wasn’t a secreat like some African Americans felt they had to hide in order to have a “better” life. Any who…My very fair skin family members as well as my Mother(often mistaken for White) who is in her early 60′s, and in spite of the fact, has experienced racism in one point in time… was called every race word in the book. Yeah, we need to get over this “sheer ignorance”, and see people for what’s inside. But unfortunantley that’s not the world we live in yet. We’re getting there but color and race is still an issue! Nicole Richie, looks like what she is, a fair skin black person. (If you know black when you see it) take a closer look. I guess its easy for me to see, because I’m a fair skin black person who is often mistaken for everything under the sun as well as what I am Black, in which is related to black people who really looks more caucasion because of the blue eyes and naturally blond hair than Nicole Richie does on any given day. Trust me. In any event, if you’re Black/ Bi racial, White, Hispanic, Indian, Irish or of any other background, be proud of it! Embrace it! That’s what makes America so great! However being a person of color, regardless of how fair you may be… you can’t hide it. The most experienced racist can detect it, and will call you out at some point in time. Don’t make any mistakes of it. In their eyes white is just that, and nothing in between. (Actually, its the racist who came up with the concept that, “one black drop of blood makes you black”… Not African Americans). Black features are strong and really is dominating and very easy to detect. In a lot of cases, real fair skin people regardless of wether you have a child with a white person, or real fair skin person, often have children who look very African, features and all. Hope I was able to clear some things up for those who don’t understand that race really has nothing to do with numbers…but does have everything to do with the obvious, which is the physical apperance of a person. It is what it is. Black people with white ancestors can’t deny who we’re apart of…however we can’t be blind to the obvious, because a “trained” eye won’t be. Again…you will be reminded in some point in time!

  29. sololoveall

    Halle must have wanted this baby really bad for her to have a baby at the age of 41, she is up there in age. when the kid is 11 years old she will be 51! but who i’m I to judge, we must live our own lives and work out our own salvation. I hope her and the baby girl is well.

  30. queen

    Congradulations to Halle & her man; on their new baby girl! I’m very happy for them!!! But to educate some people who don’t understand what it is to be a person of color…if I can briefly touch on it, I will. Yes, for the person who did the math for us. Halle is both, African American and White, and her man Gabriel is, so you say “100% white”. Which technically does make the baby 75% white, and 25% black. But this is not the case physically when the world perceives/sees mixed, or “mixed looking, black people”, to be. America soley goes on appearance! Yes Halle is drop dead gorgeous, and no doubt “one of the most beautiful women in the world”!…she looks black, but she also looks and is bi racial, she can pass for Indian, Hispanic, Hawaiin, and a number of other races because of her skin and features. America is mixed…which is why we are referred to as “the melting pot” not just because of the diversity of ethnic groups, Religions and culture this world is filled with, but also because of the mutitude of groups that reside in America. No one is truly just one race. Black Women/Men who were inslaved, did a lot of mix breeding with Whites, which resulted in fair skin black people. I’m a result of an Afican American, and an Irish Grandmother, as well as Cherokee Indian West Indian and, Creol blood. My Family ranges from anything from your darkest brown skin (some also wth blue eyes) to white complected… who were referred to at one time as “passing”. A term used for blacks who looked white. Blond hair and blue eyes, but who were black, very proud to be black, and wasn’t afraid to say that they were black. It wasn’t a secreat like some African Americans felt they had to hide in order to have a “better” life. Any who…My very fair skin family members as well as my Mother(often mistaken for White) who is in her early 60′s, and in spite of the fact, has experienced racism in one point in time… was called every race word in the book. Yeah, we need to get over this “sheer ignorance”, and see people for what’s inside. But unfortunantley that’s not the world we live in yet. We’re getting there but color and race is still an issue! Nicole Richie, looks like what she is, a fair skin black person. (If you know black when you see it) take a closer look. I guess its easy for me to see, because I’m a fair skin black person who is often mistaken for everything under the sun as well as what I am Black, in which is related to black people who really looks more caucasion because of the blue eyes and naturally blond hair than Nicole Richie does on any given day. Trust me. In any event, if you’re Black/ Bi racial, White, Hispanic, Indian, Irish or of any other background, be proud of it! Embrace it! That’s what makes America so great! However being a person of color, regardless of how fair you may be… you can’t hide it. The most experienced racist can detect it, and will call you out at some point in time. Don’t make any mistakes of it. In their eyes white is just that, and nothing in between. (Actually, its the racist who came up with the concept that, “one black drop of blood makes you black”… Not African Americans). Black features are strong and really is dominating and very easy to detect. In a lot of cases, real fair skin people regardless of wether you have a child with a white person, or real fair skin person, often have children who look very African, features and all. Hope I was able to clear some things up for those who don’t understand that race really has nothing to do with numbers…but does have everything to do with the obvious, which is the physical apperance of a person. It is what it is. Black people with white ancestors can’t deny who we’re apart of…however we can’t be blind to the obvious, because a “trained” eye won’t be. Again…you will be reminded in some point in time!

  31. queen

    Congradulations to Halle & her man; on their new baby girl! I’m very happy for them!!! But to educate some people who don’t understand what it is to be a person of color…if I can briefly touch on it, I will. Yes, for the person who did the math for us. Halle is both, African American and White, and her man Gabriel is, so you say “100% white”. Which technically does make the baby 75% white, and 25% black. But this is not the case physically when the world perceives/sees mixed, or “mixed looking, black people”, to be. America soley goes on appearance! Yes Halle is drop dead gorgeous, and no doubt “one of the most beautiful women in the world”!…she looks black, but she also looks and is bi racial, she can pass for Indian, Hispanic, Hawaiin, and a number of other races because of her skin and features. America is mixed…which is why we are referred to as “the melting pot” not just because of the diversity of ethnic groups, Religions and culture this world is filled with, but also because of the mutitude of groups that reside in America. No one is truly just one race. Black Women/Men who were inslaved, did a lot of mix breeding with Whites, which resulted in fair skin black people. I’m a result of an Afican American, and an Irish Grandmother, as well as Cherokee Indian West Indian and, Creol blood. My Family ranges from anything from your darkest brown skin (some also wth blue eyes) to white complected… who were referred to at one time as “passing”. A term used for blacks who looked white. Blond hair and blue eyes, but who were black, very proud to be black, and wasn’t afraid to say that they were black. It wasn’t a secreat like some African Americans felt they had to hide in order to have a “better” life. Any who…My very fair skin family members as well as my Mother(often mistaken for White) who is in her early 60′s, and in spite of the fact, has experienced racism in one point in time… was called every race word in the book. Yeah, we need to get over this “sheer ignorance”, and see people for what’s inside. But unfortunantley that’s not the world we live in yet. We’re getting there but color and race is still an issue! Nicole Richie, looks like what she is, a fair skin black person. (If you know black when you see it) take a closer look. I guess its easy for me to see, because I’m a fair skin black person who is often mistaken for everything under the sun as well as what I am Black, in which is related to black people who really looks more caucasion because of the blue eyes and naturally blond hair than Nicole Richie does on any given day. Trust me. In any event, if you’re Black/ Bi racial, White, Hispanic, Indian, Irish or of any other background, be proud of it! Embrace it! That’s what makes America so great! However being a person of color, regardless of how fair you may be… you can’t hide it. The most experienced racist can detect it, and will call you out at some point in time. Don’t make any mistakes of it. In their eyes white is just that, and nothing in between. (Actually, its the racist who came up with the concept that, “one black drop of blood makes you black”… Not African Americans). Black features are strong and really is dominating and very easy to detect. In a lot of cases, real fair skin people regardless of wether you have a child with a white person, or real fair skin person, often have children who look very African, features and all. Hope I was able to clear some things up for those who don’t understand that race really has nothing to do with numbers…but does have everything to do with the obvious, which is the physical apperance of a person. It is what it is. Black people with white ancestors can’t deny who we’re apart of…however we can’t be blind to the obvious, because a “trained” eye won’t be. Again…you will be reminded in some point in time!

  32. queen

    Congradulations to Halle & her man; on their new baby girl! I’m very happy for them!!! But to educate some people who don’t understand what it is to be a person of color…if I can briefly touch on it, I will. Yes, for the person who did the math for us. Halle is both, African American and White, and her man Gabriel is, so you say “100% white”. Which technically does make the baby 75% white, and 25% black. But this is not the case physically when the world perceives/sees mixed, or “mixed looking, black people”, to be. America soley goes on appearance! Yes Halle is drop dead gorgeous, and no doubt “one of the most beautiful women in the world”!…she looks black, but she also looks and is bi racial, she can pass for Indian, Hispanic, Hawaiin, and a number of other races because of her skin and features. America is mixed…which is why we are referred to as “the melting pot” not just because of the diversity of ethnic groups, Religions and culture this world is filled with, but also because of the mutitude of groups that reside in America. No one is truly just one race. Black Women/Men who were inslaved, did a lot of mix breeding with Whites, which resulted in fair skin black people. I’m a result of an Afican American, and an Irish Grandmother, as well as Cherokee Indian West Indian and, Creol blood. My Family ranges from anything from your darkest brown skin (some also wth blue eyes) to white complected… who were referred to at one time as “passing”. A term used for blacks who looked white. Blond hair and blue eyes, but who were black, very proud to be black, and wasn’t afraid to say that they were black. It wasn’t a secreat like some African Americans felt they had to hide in order to have a “better” life. Any who…My very fair skin family members as well as my Mother(often mistaken for White) who is in her early 60′s, and in spite of the fact, has experienced racism in one point in time… was called every race word in the book. Yeah, we need to get over this “sheer ignorance”, and see people for what’s inside. But unfortunantley that’s not the world we live in yet. We’re getting there but color and race is still an issue! Nicole Richie, looks like what she is, a fair skin black person. (If you know black when you see it) take a closer look. I guess its easy for me to see, because I’m a fair skin black person who is often mistaken for everything under the sun as well as what I am Black, in which is related to black people who really looks more caucasion because of the blue eyes and naturally blond hair than Nicole Richie does on any given day. Trust me. In any event, if you’re Black/ Bi racial, White, Hispanic, Indian, Irish or of any other background, be proud of it! Embrace it! That’s what makes America so great! However being a person of color, regardless of how fair you may be… you can’t hide it. The most experienced racist can detect it, and will call you out at some point in time. Don’t make any mistakes of it. In their eyes white is just that, and nothing in between. (Actually, its the racist who came up with the concept that, “one black drop of blood makes you black”… Not African Americans). Black features are strong and really is dominating and very easy to detect. In a lot of cases, real fair skin people regardless of wether you have a child with a white person, or real fair skin person, often have children who look very African, features and all. Hope I was able to clear some things up for those who don’t understand that race really has nothing to do with numbers…but does have everything to do with the obvious, which is the physical apperance of a person. It is what it is. Black people with white ancestors can’t deny who we’re apart of…however we can’t be blind to the obvious, because a “trained” eye won’t be. Again…you will be reminded in some point in time!

  33. queen

    Congradulations to Halle & her man; on their new baby girl! I’m very happy for them!!! But to educate some people who don’t understand what it is to be a person of color…if I can briefly touch on it, I will. Yes, for the person who did the math for us. Halle is both, African American and White, and her man Gabriel is, so you say “100% white”. Which technically does make the baby 75% white, and 25% black. But this is not the case physically when the world perceives/sees mixed, or “mixed looking, black people”, to be. America soley goes on appearance! Yes Halle is drop dead gorgeous, and no doubt “one of the most beautiful women in the world”!…she looks black, but she also looks and is bi racial, she can pass for Indian, Hispanic, Hawaiin, and a number of other races because of her skin and features. America is mixed…which is why we are referred to as “the melting pot” not just because of the diversity of ethnic groups, Religions and culture this world is filled with, but also because of the mutitude of groups that reside in America. No one is truly just one race. Black Women/Men who were inslaved, did a lot of mix breeding with Whites, which resulted in fair skin black people. I’m a result of an Afican American, and an Irish Grandmother, as well as Cherokee Indian West Indian and, Creol blood. My Family ranges from anything from your darkest brown skin (some also wth blue eyes) to white complected… who were referred to at one time as “passing”. A term used for blacks who looked white. Blond hair and blue eyes, but who were black, very proud to be black, and wasn’t afraid to say that they were black. It wasn’t a secreat like some African Americans felt they had to hide in order to have a “better” life. Any who…My very fair skin family members as well as my Mother(often mistaken for White) who is in her early 60′s, and in spite of the fact, has experienced racism in one point in time… was called every race word in the book. Yeah, we need to get over this “sheer ignorance”, and see people for what’s inside. But unfortunantley that’s not the world we live in yet. We’re getting there but color and race is still an issue! Nicole Richie, looks like what she is, a fair skin black person. (If you know black when you see it) take a closer look. I guess its easy for me to see, because I’m a fair skin black person who is often mistaken for everything under the sun as well as what I am Black, in which is related to black people who really looks more caucasion because of the blue eyes and naturally blond hair than Nicole Richie does on any given day. Trust me. In any event, if you’re Black/ Bi racial, White, Hispanic, Indian, Irish or of any other background, be proud of it! Embrace it! That’s what makes America so great! However being a person of color, regardless of how fair you may be… you can’t hide it. The most experienced racist can detect it, and will call you out at some point in time. Don’t make any mistakes of it. In their eyes white is just that, and nothing in between. (Actually, its the racist who came up with the concept that, “one black drop of blood makes you black”… Not African Americans). Black features are strong and really is dominating and very easy to detect. In a lot of cases, real fair skin people regardless of wether you have a child with a white person, or real fair skin person, often have children who look very African, features and all. Hope I was able to clear some things up for those who don’t understand that race really has nothing to do with numbers…but does have everything to do with the obvious, which is the physical apperance of a person. It is what it is. Black people with white ancestors can’t deny who we’re apart of…however we can’t be blind to the obvious, because a “trained” eye won’t be. Again…you will be reminded in some point in time!

  34. queen

    Congradulations to Halle & her man; on their new baby girl! I’m very happy for them!!! But to educate some people who don’t understand what it is to be a person of color…if I can briefly touch on it, I will. Yes, for the person who did the math for us. Halle is both, African American and White, and her man Gabriel is, so you say “100% white”. Which technically does make the baby 75% white, and 25% black. But this is not the case physically when the world perceives/sees mixed, or “mixed looking, black people”, to be. America soley goes on appearance! Yes Halle is drop dead gorgeous, and no doubt “one of the most beautiful women in the world”!…she looks black, but she also looks and is bi racial, she can pass for Indian, Hispanic, Hawaiin, and a number of other races because of her skin and features. America is mixed…which is why we are referred to as “the melting pot” not just because of the diversity of ethnic groups, Religions and culture this world is filled with, but also because of the mutitude of groups that reside in America. No one is truly just one race. Black Women/Men who were inslaved, did a lot of mix breeding with Whites, which resulted in fair skin black people. I’m a result of an Afican American, and an Irish Grandmother, as well as Cherokee Indian West Indian and, Creol blood. My Family ranges from anything from your darkest brown skin (some also wth blue eyes) to white complected… who were referred to at one time as “passing”. A term used for blacks who looked white. Blond hair and blue eyes, but who were black, very proud to be black, and wasn’t afraid to say that they were black. It wasn’t a secreat like some African Americans felt they had to hide in order to have a “better” life. Any who…My very fair skin family members as well as my Mother(often mistaken for White) who is in her early 60′s, and in spite of the fact, has experienced racism in one point in time… was called every race word in the book. Yeah, we need to get over this “sheer ignorance”, and see people for what’s inside. But unfortunantley that’s not the world we live in yet. We’re getting there but color and race is still an issue! Nicole Richie, looks like what she is, a fair skin black person. (If you know black when you see it) take a closer look. I guess its easy for me to see, because I’m a fair skin black person who is often mistaken for everything under the sun as well as what I am Black, in which is related to black people who really looks more caucasion because of the blue eyes and naturally blond hair than Nicole Richie does on any given day. Trust me. In any event, if you’re Black/ Bi racial, White, Hispanic, Indian, Irish or of any other background, be proud of it! Embrace it! That’s what makes America so great! However being a person of color, regardless of how fair you may be… you can’t hide it. The most experienced racist can detect it, and will call you out at some point in time. Don’t make any mistakes of it. In their eyes white is just that, and nothing in between. (Actually, its the racist who came up with the concept that, “one black drop of blood makes you black”… Not African Americans). Black features are strong and really is dominating and very easy to detect. In a lot of cases, real fair skin people regardless of wether you have a child with a white person, or real fair skin person, often have children who look very African, features and all. Hope I was able to clear some things up for those who don’t understand that race really has nothing to do with numbers…but does have everything to do with the obvious, which is the physical apperance of a person. It is what it is. Black people with white ancestors can’t deny who we’re apart of…however we can’t be blind to the obvious, because a “trained” eye won’t be. Again…you will be reminded in some point in time!

  35. queen

    Congradulations to Halle & her man; on their new baby girl! I’m very happy for them!!! But to educate some people who don’t understand what it is to be a person of color…if I can briefly touch on it, I will. Yes, for the person who did the math for us. Halle is both, African American and White, and her man Gabriel is, so you say “100% white”. Which technically does make the baby 75% white, and 25% black. But this is not the case physically when the world perceives/sees mixed, or “mixed looking, black people”, to be. America soley goes on appearance! Yes Halle is drop dead gorgeous, and no doubt “one of the most beautiful women in the world”!…she looks black, but she also looks and is bi racial, she can pass for Indian, Hispanic, Hawaiin, and a number of other races because of her skin and features. America is mixed…which is why we are referred to as “the melting pot” not just because of the diversity of ethnic groups, Religions and culture this world is filled with, but also because of the mutitude of groups that reside in America. No one is truly just one race. Black Women/Men who were inslaved, did a lot of mix breeding with Whites, which resulted in fair skin black people. I’m a result of an Afican American, and an Irish Grandmother, as well as Cherokee Indian West Indian and, Creol blood. My Family ranges from anything from your darkest brown skin (some also wth blue eyes) to white complected… who were referred to at one time as “passing”. A term used for blacks who looked white. Blond hair and blue eyes, but who were black, very proud to be black, and wasn’t afraid to say that they were black. It wasn’t a secreat like some African Americans felt they had to hide in order to have a “better” life. Any who…My very fair skin family members as well as my Mother(often mistaken for White) who is in her early 60′s, and in spite of the fact, has experienced racism in one point in time… was called every race word in the book. Yeah, we need to get over this “sheer ignorance”, and see people for what’s inside. But unfortunantley that’s not the world we live in yet. We’re getting there but color and race is still an issue! Nicole Richie, looks like what she is, a fair skin black person. (If you know black when you see it) take a closer look. I guess its easy for me to see, because I’m a fair skin black person who is often mistaken for everything under the sun as well as what I am Black, in which is related to black people who really looks more caucasion because of the blue eyes and naturally blond hair than Nicole Richie does on any given day. Trust me. In any event, if you’re Black/ Bi racial, White, Hispanic, Indian, Irish or of any other background, be proud of it! Embrace it! That’s what makes America so great! However being a person of color, regardless of how fair you may be… you can’t hide it. The most experienced racist can detect it, and will call you out at some point in time. Don’t make any mistakes of it. In their eyes white is just that, and nothing in between. (Actually, its the racist who came up with the concept that, “one black drop of blood makes you black”… Not African Americans). Black features are strong and really is dominating and very easy to detect. In a lot of cases, real fair skin people regardless of wether you have a child with a white person, or real fair skin person, often have children who look very African, features and all. Hope I was able to clear some things up for those who don’t understand that race really has nothing to do with numbers…but does have everything to do with the obvious, which is the physical apperance of a person. It is what it is. Black people with white ancestors can’t deny who we’re apart of…however we can’t be blind to the obvious, because a “trained” eye won’t be. Again…you will be reminded in some point in time!

  36. queen

    Congradulations to Halle & her man; on their new baby girl! I’m very happy for them!!! But to educate some people who don’t understand what it is to be a person of color…if I can briefly touch on it, I will. Yes, for the person who did the math for us. Halle is both, African American and White, and her man Gabriel is, so you say “100% white”. Which technically does make the baby 75% white, and 25% black. But this is not the case physically when the world perceives/sees mixed, or “mixed looking, black people”, to be. America soley goes on appearance! Yes Halle is drop dead gorgeous, and no doubt “one of the most beautiful women in the world”!…she looks black, but she also looks and is bi racial, she can pass for Indian, Hispanic, Hawaiin, and a number of other races because of her skin and features. America is mixed…which is why we are referred to as “the melting pot” not just because of the diversity of ethnic groups, Religions and culture this world is filled with, but also because of the mutitude of groups that reside in America. No one is truly just one race. Black Women/Men who were inslaved, did a lot of mix breeding with Whites, which resulted in fair skin black people. I’m a result of an Afican American, and an Irish Grandmother, as well as Cherokee Indian West Indian and, Creol blood. My Family ranges from anything from your darkest brown skin (some also wth blue eyes) to white complected… who were referred to at one time as “passing”. A term used for blacks who looked white. Blond hair and blue eyes, but who were black, very proud to be black, and wasn’t afraid to say that they were black. It wasn’t a secreat like some African Americans felt they had to hide in order to have a “better” life. Any who…My very fair skin family members as well as my Mother(often mistaken for White) who is in her early 60′s, and in spite of the fact, has experienced racism in one point in time… was called every race word in the book. Yeah, we need to get over this “sheer ignorance”, and see people for what’s inside. But unfortunantley that’s not the world we live in yet. We’re getting there but color and race is still an issue! Nicole Richie, looks like what she is, a fair skin Black/Hispanic person. Her features say so. (If you know black when you see it), take a closer look. I guess its easy for me to see, because I’m a fair skin black person who is often mistaken for everything under the sun as well as what I am Black, in which is related to black people who really looks more caucasion because of the blue eyes and naturally blond hair than Nicole Richie does on any given day. Trust me. In any event, if you’re Black/ Bi racial, White, Hispanic, Indian, Irish or of any other background, be proud of it! Embrace it! That’s what makes America so great! However being a person of color, regardless of how fair you may be… you can’t hide it. The most experienced racist can detect it, and will call you out at some point in time. Don’t make any mistakes of it. In their eyes white is just that, and nothing in between. (Actually, its the racist who came up with the concept that, “one black drop of blood makes you black”… Not African Americans). Black features are strong and really is dominating and very easy to detect. In a lot of cases, real fair skin people regardless of wether you have a child with a white person, or real fair skin person, often have children who look very African, features and all. Hope I was able to clear some things up for those who don’t understand that race really has nothing to do with numbers…but does have everything to do with the obvious, which is the physical apperance of a person. It is what it is. Black people with white ancestors can’t deny who we’re apart of…however we can’t be blind to the obvious, because a “trained” eye won’t be. Again…you will be reminded in some point in time!

  37. queen

    Congradulations to Halle & her man; on their new baby girl! I’m very happy for them!!! But to educate some people who don’t understand what it is to be a person of color…if I can briefly touch on it, I will. Yes, for the person who did the math for us. Halle is both, African American and White, and her man Gabriel is, so you say “100% white”. Which technically does make the baby 75% white, and 25% black. But this is not the case physically when the world perceives/sees mixed, or “mixed looking, black people”, to be. America soley goes on appearance! Yes Halle is drop dead gorgeous, and no doubt “one of the most beautiful women in the world”!…she looks black, but she also looks and is bi racial, she can pass for Indian, Hispanic, Hawaiin, and a number of other races because of her skin and features. America is mixed…which is why we are referred to as “the melting pot” not just because of the diversity of ethnic groups, Religions and culture this world is filled with, but also because of the mutitude of groups that reside in America. No one is truly just one race. Black Women/Men who were inslaved, did a lot of mix breeding with Whites, which resulted in fair skin black people. I’m a result of an Afican American, and an Irish Grandmother, as well as Cherokee Indian West Indian and, Creol blood. My Family ranges from anything from your darkest brown skin (some also wth blue eyes) to white complected… who were referred to at one time as “passing”. A term used for blacks who looked white. Blond hair and blue eyes, but who were black, very proud to be black, and wasn’t afraid to say that they were black. It wasn’t a secreat like some African Americans felt they had to hide in order to have a “better” life. Any who…My very fair skin family members as well as my Mother(often mistaken for White) who is in her early 60′s, and in spite of the fact, has experienced racism in one point in time… was called every race word in the book. Yeah, we need to get over this “sheer ignorance”, and see people for what’s inside. But unfortunantley that’s not the world we live in yet. We’re getting there but color and race is still an issue! Nicole Richie, looks like what she is, a fair skin Black/Hispanic person. Her features say so. (If you know black when you see it), take a closer look. I guess its easy for me to see, because I’m a fair skin black person who is often mistaken for everything under the sun as well as what I am Black, in which is related to black people who really looks more caucasion because of the blue eyes and naturally blond hair than Nicole Richie does on any given day. Trust me. In any event, if you’re Black/ Bi racial, White, Hispanic, Indian, Irish or of any other background, be proud of it! Embrace it! That’s what makes America so great! However being a person of color, regardless of how fair you may be… you can’t hide it. The most experienced racist can detect it, and will call you out at some point in time. Don’t make any mistakes of it. In their eyes white is just that, and nothing in between. (Actually, its the racist who came up with the concept that, “one black drop of blood makes you black”… Not African Americans). Black features are strong and really is dominating and very easy to detect. In a lot of cases, real fair skin people regardless of wether you have a child with a white person, or real fair skin person, often have children who look very African, features and all. Hope I was able to clear some things up for those who don’t understand that race really has nothing to do with numbers…but does have everything to do with the obvious, which is the physical apperance of a person. It is what it is. Black people with white ancestors can’t deny who we’re apart of…however we can’t be blind to the obvious, because a “trained” eye won’t be. Again…you will be reminded in some point in time!

  38. Truth

    I don’t know WHY people make things so complicated? We ARE all BLACK…we’re all AFRICAN. The very first human being from where we ALL come from was African, so why do we bicker about this stupid issue? Whether you’re Black, Asian, White…brown eyed or blue eyed, we’re all THE SAME. That’s what makes America and its ridiculous “one drop rule” so IGNORANT. If we all share the same African ancestor…if all races came out of the original BLACK race, then we’re all have the same blood (one drop or two) and therefore, we’re all BLACK. period. So this concept of “one drop” is a lie. It’s an illusion because whites came to existence OUT OF BLACK BLOOD. There is no such thing as being “pure” white because white, hispanic, asian are all genetic variations of BLACK, AFRICAN BLOOD. Racists are morons for a reason.

  39. all is good

    I don’t see not one person of color in that photo. Maybe when Halle gets in the picture things will change!lol! I’m just kidding!
    I welcome the little girl she’s British, Canadian and African. the little girl isn’t really American. so lay off Aubry. He’s a Canadian with white skin. Do you know about Canada and the underground railroad and how it helped runaway slaves and that is how Dwayne Johnson (The Rock ancestors made it out of slavery into Canada so without that Underground railroad the Rock wouldn’t be here. So Aubry isn’t American.

  40. Patsie

    I wish.. she would marry that guy.. we don’t need another kid w. unmarried parents, it’s so sad.

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