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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.
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.
When I first wrote about my experiences with Bin Laden ten years ago, I also wrote about Condoleeza Rice being chased across North Africa by Moamar Khadafi…I wrote about the song he wrote about her. And during the time that I worked for Khadafi at White Bride I watched one Arab billionare after the other come and go with tall, chocolate African mistresses (and sometimes even wives) in tow. But I remember him buying her a mansion in Italy and an apartment building in London.
Still, many folks — like myself — are focusing on her race because we're simply that someone like Markle has finally made their way inside the historically white British monarchy.
In fact, when I learned they were dating last year, I was ready to stand outside the palace blasting Solange from a boombox.
And you can very easily tell if a guy has the former.
star Meghan Markle, who will likely earn the title "Duchess of Sussex" after their marriage in May.
She called it "disheartening," and "a shame" that the world is focusing so much on that.
But at the end of the day, she said, "I'm really just proud of who I am and where I come from."Of course, there is indeed so much more about Markle to focus on other than her race; she's an accomplished actress, a dedicated philanthropist, and, I can happily say from having met her a few years ago, a genuinely nice person.
But after doing some hardcore Googling way back then, I realised something: Markle, whose mother is black and father is white, is actually not the first black or bi-racial woman to join the royal family.
That distinction actually goes way back to the 18th century to Queen Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz.?! Turns out that, while many Englanders were in denial at the time, the wife of King George III, who was Queen from 1761 until her death in 1818, was of mixed race.