It seems there’s a big uproar over R&B singer/actor Tyrese Gibson. Apparently he recently announced that last month he secretly got married. No big deal right?? Well in his Instagram post he said he had found his “black queen”. But the picture of his wife proves otherwise. His wife is Samantha Lee Schwalenberg. She doesn’t look very black to me. This is not a light-skinned black woman. Where are the African features? The less African features you have makes you less black. That’s why every racial group has race classifications to tell themselves apart from others. In 2014, Lee got a certification from the Professional Bartending School of Atlanta. Her certification is in mixology and bartendering.The newly married Mrs. Gibson attended the University of Georgia, and once even competed in the Miss Latin UGA pageant in 2011. Which is fitting since she looks more Latin than African.On her Facebook page, Lee regularly posts long, thoughtful posts about the role of religion and God in her life. In August 2015, Lee wrote about life and death saying, “I think the Devil does a pretty good job of convincing us that there’s nothing after death…that this life, that’s it. I am writing you all to tell you that I know that it doesn’t stop there. We should not fear death, just like we should not fear birth.”Lee is from Dayton, New Jersey, and according to her Facebook page, she now lives in Athens, Georgia. People magazine had reported that Tyrese and Lee were first seen out together at the 33rd Annual UNCF Mayors Masked Ball at Atlanta Marriott Marquis in Atlanta in December 2016.
I could really care less who Tyrese married. The problem is he called her his black queen. According to Tyrese her racial makeup is Ecuadorian,Jamaican and African-American. Tyrese forgot to mention she is also part white. So he should’ve said his “mixed queen”. Or at least his biracial queen. But to call her black is insulting to black women and black people in general.
This is a picture of Lee with her father. He looks pretty white to me. She looks like an Arab or a Hispanic woman.
This is a picture of her mother and brother on the far right. Supposedly the mother is Hispanic. So I guess the mother is an Afro-Latina with some Jamaican ancestry. The truth of the matter is she is a biracial woman that could easily pass for a Mexican,Cuban or Arab. This is the problem with the silly one-drop rule. This is another example of whitewashing the African image. Tyrese knows he’s wrong for this. And I’m glad that black men and women are calling him out on it. This was some ignorant self-hating coonish behavior on the part of Tyrese. But this is what happens when you make being black all inclusive. Am I wrong? Has this biracial stuff gone too far? Is Tyrese delusional? I’d love to hear your thoughts.
This beautiful sista is Chloe Kitempo. She is slaying the game at only 21 years old. Born and raised in Brussels, Belgium with heavy roots in the DR Congo, Africa, she’s taken her popularity from YouTube and is using it to make a business for herself. She is a fashion and beauty vlogger. She has a YouTube channel and can be found on Twitter and Instagram. Here’s a short interview she gave:
What tips do you have for women looking to grow their personal brand?
Staying true to yourself is major key! People will admire you the most because you are yourself. Be consistent in whatever it is that you’re trying to bring out there. Very important! And last but not least, people like pretty things, keep an on eye on how you’re bringing your stuff to the public.
How has your social media popularity aided in you becoming an entrepreneur?
At first I had no idea social media was actually a business. I was posting my stuff out there just for fun until I started getting business offers. SHOOK! Step by step I learned how to manage the enquiries, I’m still working on it because it’s not easy but I’m getting there.
What made you start a YouTube channel and what is your favorite content to put out?
The real reason I started YouTube was out of boredom (lmao). In 2012, I temporarily moved to this city in Belgium where I had zero friends to hang out with and zero activities to keep me busy. I had this Canon camera and I had a editing software and I said to myself let’s try and make a mini make up tutorial and that’s exactly what I did. I’ve always been a type of creative person so to me editing was actually very entertaining. That video did not pop at all. I waited a long time before uploading more stuff to my channel.
What are some personal and business goals you set for yourself?
I don’t really like to talk about my goals because I feel like it’s something personal. It’s actually awkward to me lol. Is that weird ?
What tips do you have for young women looking to grow their social media following?
Like I said earlier, keep it moving. Be yourself, post eye-catching content and stay consistent! ❤
What was a huge challenge for you to overcome as you grew successfully?
Reacting to negativity was a big challenge! I never understood why people would randomly come under my video/picture to write something mean. Me as a person if I don’t like a post I would ignore it and voilà. Then again, when somebody takes it that far I feel like it tells more about themselves than about the person they’re “bullying”.
What do you want your supporters to take from this interview?
If you’re reading this I want to boost you in whatever it is that you’re doing. Be the best you can be! xoxo
Black love scares the racists who run this country. It has become quite obvious that television and film are tools of mind control. And they use the media to brainwash black men and women on a global scale. Black people are in a physical and spiritual war against our oppressors. But the war is also psychological. Last year I covered the subject of Black Love being under attack. https://kushiteprince.wordpress.com/2015/03/15/black-love-is-a-threat-to-the-racist-power-structure/
This time I want to show how this process has been going on for years. And go in detail a little more. The promotion photo above is from the drama Minority Report. It’s funny it’s called Minority Report when there are hardly any minorities on the show. Meagan Good is in the lead role but surrounded by mostly white men. There’s an Asian woman,white woman and a Hispanic man also on the show. Although Meagan is not romantically involved with any man on the show…yet. There seems to be a growing trend of putting black women with white men on television shows and films. While some may see this as racial progress,I do not. I believe Hollywood is making a conscious effort to keep black men and women divided in films and television. It’s obvious they don’t want the masses to see too much black love on the screen. It seems that any time a black woman has a lead role in a show there are no black men to be found. I will be covering black men in part two of this series. This phenomenon is not really new since it’s been pushed on us for decades. I want to show how this pattern is a form of mind control to get blacks to see interracial dating as a better alternative. There’s been so many examples of this that there is no way I could possibly list them all. There’s just too many. It would end up being a ten part series. But I did want to highlight just a few examples over the years.
Back in 1968 there was the famous kissing scene between Nichelle Nichols and William Shatner on Star Trek. It was very controversial at the time since it was the first interracial kiss on television. Of course nowadays it’s normal in television and film.
Back in 1971 was the blaxploitation film Honky. It was one of those low budget films that were common in the seventies. It was a love story with actress Brenda Sykes and John Nielson. If you look at the poster you’ll see the music was done by Mr Interracial King himself,Quincy Jones.
When the sitcom The Jeffersons debuted in 1975,there was the interracial couple Tom and Helen Willis. Played by actors Franklin Cover and Roxie Roker.
Superstar Whitney Houston was in the film The Bodyguard in 1992. She played a famous singer who fell in love with her bodyguard,Kevin Costner. Although the film and soundtrack made millions,I was never a fan of the film. Houston was much too classy for Costner. I hated seeing her with this ugly man. I’ve never liked him at all.
The drama film Zebrahead(1992) starred the beautiful N’Bushe Wright. Her love interest was played by Michael Rapaport. This is another film that was hard to stomach. There’s no way a black women this beautiful would lower herself in being with this creature. Rapaport has made some racially insensitive comments in the past. He’s another racist punk I can’t stand.
In the crime thriller Jackie Brown(1997),black film icon Pam Grier had Robert Forster has a love interest. This interracial couple was another mismatch. As usual you get a beautiful black woman with a below average white man. This was a film done by racist director Quentin Tarantino. Tarantino is in love with the word “nigger”. He says it about a thousand times in most of his films. He gets a kick out of using it all the time and gets away with it by saying ” it’s all just art”. Yeah right!
On the sitcom Girlfriends(2000-2008) actress Jill Marie Jones played character Toni. After dating black men who were losers,couldn’t commit,womanizers and didn’t make enough money…..she finds happiness with her white knight. They eventually got married and had a child. Her husband was played by actor Jason Pace. So much for black love right?
This video from YouTube highlights some of the interracial couples on television over the years. There are many of these videos all over YouTube. You actually have some delusional black women uploading this stuff. These are by women who have clearly been brainwashed to believe that voluntary genocide is a good thing. They are sadly mistaken!
Then there was the romantic drama Something New(2006),that starred actress Sanaa Lathan. Her character falls in love with a white man,Simon Baker. After ditching her black fiancée because it just didn’t “feel right”. I guess they lacked chemistry. Anyway Lathan portrayed character Kenya McQueen. McQueen?? Interesting last name? Were they trying to say that the Black Queen should choose a White King? You be the judge.
How could we forget the film Lakeview Terrace? This thriller was released back in 2008. Long before Kerry Washington was in a white man love triangle on the hit show Scandal,she was getting her swirl on with actor Patrick Wilson. This was a very interesting film because the interracial couple was been harassed by a black neighbor played by Samuel L. Jackson. It added an interesting twist to it. A black man not down with the interracial propaganda?? Imagine that!
In the comedy/musical Joyful Noise(2102) actress Keke Palmer was in an interracial relationship with actor Jeremy Jordan. On a sidenote,recently Palmer said she doesn’t like to label her sexuality. She doesn’t want to say if she’s gay,straight or bisexual. That’s an interesting comment. Well now that I think about it,Queen Latifah played her mother in Joyful Noise. And we all know Queen Latifah likes women. Maybe some of Queen’s “lesbian vibes” rubbed off on Palmer. Who knows?
Think Like a Man(2012) was a romantic comedy with a mostly black cast. It was actually a book written by Uncle Tom himself Steve Harvey. I have no idea why it was made into a film. But anyway even though the cast was mostly black they wanted to go for the “crossover appeal” so they added an interracial couple in the mix(no pun intended). Gabrielle Union was the unlucky one in the film having to kiss the unattractive actor Jerry Ferrara.
Best Man Holiday(2013) was released the next year. I guess after the success of adding an interracial couple in Think Like a Man the producers figured they’d try it also. Best Man Holiday was a sequel to the film The Best Man(1999). Nia Long was paired with actor Eddie Cibrian. I know quite a few black men that told me they didn’t like this pairing. A lot of brothers love Nia long. But just in general Nia has a big following in the black community. This was not a good look at all. They should’ve just kept the cast black.
The show Sleep Hollow has become a big hit. It premiered back in 2013 and is still on. It stars actress Nicole Beharie. Her partner is played by white actor Tom Mison. Much like the show Minority Report with Meagan Good, once again an attractive black woman on a show and no black men anywhere. The combination is always the same. If a black man is the lead, there are no black woman as love interest. If a black woman is the lead,there’s no black men around. And if black men are around they seem to have no interest in the black woman. This really insults my intelligence. And these shows are big hits with young white men. I guess because their idea of heaven is them having all access to beautiful black women with no black men around. Sounds like a nightmare to me!
The Haves and The Have Nots is a cable television drama. It premiered back in 2013 on Oprah Winfrey’s OWN network. The fact that Oprah is involved with it should be enough for you to know it’s not very good. Oprah is not pro-black by any means. But it get worse. The show is written,produced and directed by Tyler Perry(known homosexual). When I heard he was producing it I knew the show would be garbage. I figured it would have black dysfunction,violence,drugs,interracial sex and homosexuality. It turns out I was right on all accounts. The only thing good on the entire show is beautiful actress Tika Sumpter. Although she is a talented actress not even she can save this mental pollution disguised as entertainment. On the show she has an affair with a married man. So basically she plays a whore and homewrecker. And of course she has an affair with a white man,played by actor John Schneider. Tyler Perry and Oprah Winfrey don’t give a damn about black people and our struggle. They don’t mind being used as tools for white supremacy. Just as long as they get paid. They both know how powerful television images can be. I just hope sistas are aware of this sick propaganda being used on them. Your white oppressor is not the man you need to be in bed with. The black man is the natural partner to the black woman. They are doing everything to keep us separated in television and films. So if the media is telling us that black women should be with white men..who should the brothers hook up with? Hmmmmm….you’ll find out in part two.