As more high-profile black female celebrities are entering into interracial marriages and relationships, it has become quite the topic of conversation for those that are both for and against the unions.
Now, Rozonda ‘Chilli’ Thomas of TLC is offering her views on the matter—and she hopes black women will listen up.
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You’ve got to be open.” She followed up those statements by stressing the importance of finding the right man for you, regardless of his race because if you limit yourself you could be missing out.
“You want the person who’s the best person for you, no matter what color he is.” Chilli gives an update on her current love life and revealed that she is indeed “testing the waters” and dating someone currently…and no, “he is not Black.” As far that infamous list she used to have?You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.Congratulations to TLC singer Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas who has finally found Mr.The 47-year-old states, “I want for women — especially for women of color — to not be so closed minded when it comes to love,” Chilli, who identifies as mixed, said.She continued to stress her point saying, “God made all of us and you may not find your husband because you’re trying to stick to one group.Well, it’s gotten even longer she says, “It’s still long and maybe a little longer now.