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She famously quipped, “What the f*ck does she mean? She’s a Black girl.”“I literally run away from people that use words like ethnic. To me there is no such thing as people of color cause in reality people aren’t white. People are pink, it’s a bit ridiculous when I have to explain to a human being, that is an adult like I am, that looks intelligent but for some reason I have to question his intelligence and explain to him as if he was a two year old, my composition in order for him to say, ‘Oh I guess I can chill with you, I can work with you.’I will not underestimate a human being and I will not allow another human being to underestimate me. Those people are not Africans; they don’t know a thing about Africa.
I feel like as a race, that’s a minute problem against the problems we face just as women versus men, in a world that’s more geared and designed to cater towards the male species.” because she wasn’t sure if she was Black, Black Twitter exploded with criticism. So, and I’m not even tryna be facetious…There’s a serious mind state that comes with being Black in America and being a Black American. And all things that are passed down from generation to generation…Shame. With names like Shaniqua, Taliqua and Mohammed and all of that crap, and all of them are in jail.”OK, so Gabriel Aubry obviously knows he’s White.