Black celebrity dating man white woman


23-Dec-2018 08:10

This aspiring social media star is drawing backlash on social media after blasting some black men who don’t date black women.On Wednesday, writer Tiffany Jolene took to Facebook with a very specific dating frustration.“If your primary reason for dating white women is because you’re under the self centered delusion that they are more ‘submissive’ and understanding of your inherent refusal to get your s - - t together without the help of a romantic partner, I am not the Caucasian for you,” she wrote in a status update.To be clear, she’s not against interracial dating — but she thinks many black men seek out white women for the wrong reason.This, she explains in her now-viral post, is troubling on a few levels.“You’re likely to be intentionally targeting a certain brand of white women because they’re as not privy to your bulls - - t as black women; having been raised around or by you,” she says. They are much more ‘difficult’ for you to manipulate.” Her post drew praise from some women.

Josh White wrote: “I just like interracial dating .

The topic of interracial relationships is very emotionally-charged these days.

Society has come a long way from 1967 when interracial marriages were first legalized throughout the United States, thanks to the Loving vs. People of all races and ethnicities are now free to intermingle with one another, but such relationships still come with a fair share of objections and complications.

Social media has shown that many Black Americans take issue with interracial dating and marriages, and this has particularly become obvious when it comes to famous Black men. Jordan experienced backlash on social media and blogs after being photographed with White women who he was suspected of dating, along with saying other questionable things in relation to Black women.

Master P’s son, Romeo, was also sent a lot of hate after posting a picture of his White girlfriend on Instagram.According to the most recent census data on interracial marriages, only 17 percent of Black Americans marry outside of their race.While this data shows that Black people are more likely to marry each other instead of someone of another race, many concerned women still feel that men with an immense amount of wealth and fame tend to marry non-Black women more often.Some women think this is problematic because the wealth should stay within the Black community, where it is greatly needed.