If you cheated on a man, he would be like, “You're disgusting, and I want nothing to do with you.” But women, we're supposed to be like, “He messed up.
is reporting that Tamar is officially confirming that she’s no longer speaking to any of her former co-stars, including Adrienne, Tamera, Loni Love, and Jeannie Mai.
Black people have always been all up in North Africa.
Actually, the first slaves in the new world(as it was called), came from North Africa and Spain and Portugal , as well as many freemen, and they were black.
North Africa is a region , and it’s more about politics who get included as North African. At contrary white ancestry and culture is what latino people marino Log in to Reply Most Latinos are mixed with African, Native American and European.
The Dna map on her show, had Chad, Mali, Niger, Eritrea , parts of the Sudan, Ethiopia, and Somalia all included as North African. In puerto rico, mexico, south america in general have a lot of lebanese and middle easter inmigrants. Of course there’s white Latinos and black Latinos but the vast majority are a mixed-race people. Log in to Reply Dogg, Latín America is a very diverse place.
Last time I checked, they weren’t supposed to be NO. 8% middle earter is a lot, in spain we dont have this dna, probrably she has an relative from this área. You can say that most are this or that, or what is the exact mixture. You can generalize a country, less, it would be a lot of countries.
“I wish that I would stop being brought up since I was so BAD,” Tamar began her series of now deleted tweets about an alleged feud following Tamera’s August 7 Persicope chat. “None of the girls have spoken to her recently.” “We’ve reached out, but we haven’t heard from her,” Love continued.
Adrienne Bailon's bikini body during her recent Mexican vacation isn't the only thing that's causing people to talk this week...
The 32-year-old TV personality was photographed cozying up to her new man, Israel Houghton, at the Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa in Tulum, Mexico, which is causing quite some drama.
She is more than a beautiful face; throughout her career Bailon has continually dedicated herself to empowering women and giving back to charity through prestigious organizations, such as, the Make-A-Wish Foundation and Boys and Girls Club of America.
As a trendsetter of Puerto Rican and Ecuadorian descent, Bailon was proud to accept Latina Magazine’s 2012 award for “Latina Fashionista of the Year.” She also expanded her entrepreneurial endeavors by launching her nail polish line, “Fingertip Fetish”.