This year alone, we have SEVEN high profile engagements between billionaire men and what are supposedly (according to Western culture) the most undesirable women on earth—Black women.
And the fact that these women are more “authentically Black” (their genes more African looking and less Mixed/European) is meaningful here. specials about how unwanted & unmarried the masses of Black women are—which isn’t a suprise considering Hollywood and the MEDIA have worked the last 100 years to cast the image of Black women as negative, unattractive, maid-driven and forbidden.
Back then, Palestinian leader Arafat had a Black American mistress who was also a porn star. The following year, when Osama Bin Laden released me, he gave me a farm in Kenya and a house in South Africa.
Though I didn’t want or like Bin Laden…two other men that I’d dated during my era as an actress-model in North Africa were also billionaires…of them married a Black woman, the other married a Korean. So, you see, this is the other side of the coin…one that isn’t talked about.
In the United Kingdom, "black" was historically equivalent with "person of color", a general term for non-European peoples.
As such, the meaning of the expression varies widely both between and within societies, and depends significantly on context.
star Sanaa Lathan began dating music executive Steve Rifkind.
Though the two got their co-habitating on, their relationship ultimately came to an end.
For many other individuals, communities and countries, "black" is also perceived as a derogatory, outdated, reductive or otherwise unrepresentative label, and as a result is neither used nor defined.
Different societies apply differing criteria regarding who is classified as "black", and these social constructs have also changed over time.
From CEO of Norton Anti-Virus Peter Norton marrying Gwen…to Naomi Campbell and Janet Jackson snagging two of the richest men in Russia and the Arab world…Mellody Hobson and George Lucas…Africa where ” business-owning Black African women….phenom is glaring. Even Black men’s media in America scorns and rejects the Black woman’s image as “rat-like,” non-status worthy and not fit for procreation.