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“I don’t wanna say I suppress it, but I just watch it when it happens to you, personally, even though you understand the logic, there’s trauma there.”He continued, “I don’t know if I can mess with a white girl now.Shortly after their split, in 2014, actress and model Amanza Smith and Diggs began a relationship.Smith, who identifies herself as biracial, is a mother of two who waspreviously marriedto former NFL player Ralph Brown.An interview in which actor Taye Diggs talks about his resentment toward Black women is causing a stir on social media.Diggs, who starred in the TV show “Private Practice” and “The Best Man” films and currently has a recurring role in “Empire,” was married to actress Idina Menzel, who is white, for 11 years.In about an hour-long conversation on The Red Pill Podcast with host Van Lathan, Diggs reflected on his experience in Hollywood beginning in the late 1990s and his personal life.“When [the film] ‘Stella [Got Her Groove Back]’ first hit, you were the big, hot thing at that point,” Lathan said.

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He wanted black women to be mad and tried flaunting his marriage with a white woman for years, and it never worked. Cara Meeks Bellezza (@Mariah_Cara) February 28, [email protected] Diggs why can’t you just be content in your misery and self loathing.

You don’t like black womenswear but always want to bring us down with you.

It would be great if it didn’t matter and that people could call him mixed.

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BE FREE…LEAVE US ALONEFinessa Williams (@Kyla JLacey) February 26, 2018Diggs’ first children’s book, “Chocolate Me,” was based on his experiences growing up in a predominately white neighborhood.