Yesha Callahan

Romeo Miller Says He’s Dated Girls As Dark as ‘Akon’ And White as ‘Casper’

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O Romeo, Romeo! wherefore art thou Romeo? Deny thy black chick and refuse thy name. Romeo Miller, son of rapper Master P, is speaking out publicly about his new relationship with a white beauty pageant contestant.

During his appearance on Meredith Vieira the rapper spoke about his decision to date his current girlfriend, Morgan. He also doesn’t understand why his fans are upset with the fact that she’s white.

“It’s crazy to think that in 2015, when I start posting pictures of me and my girl–obviously I’m black, she’s white. I didn’t think that would be a problem. A lot of hate mail and hate comments was on there. They’re like, ‘Why are you with this girl?’ ‘She’s only with you because of this.’ It’s sad because honestly if anybody knows me, all the girls I’ve dated, I’ve dated girls who’ve been as black as Akon and white as Casper. It don’t matter. It’s all about the heart. In this time and place, she’s the one who captured my heart. She could be blue, green or yellow and it would have been her.”

Earlier this year when Romeo posted a photo of his girlfriend on Instagram, and needless to say, some of the comments weren’t nice. From being called a ‘sellout’, to comments about his girlfriend’s look, it’s interesting how some people actually even care about a has-been rapper, actor, or whatever he does now. But that’s just my opinion.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VE8F7DtSA_g

  1. April 8, 2015 - Reply

    Boy bye. You and Susan need to go play in traffic, nobody cares or was checking for you. #thatisall

  2. April 8, 2015 - Reply

    Yes, yes, Romeo. They are always the ones that capture your hearts. LOL! Good luck to the both of ya.

    • April 8, 2015 - Reply

      @noirluv45

      You are certainly keeping it 100.

      • April 8, 2015 - Reply

        @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

        :-D, thank you, truth.

        • April 8, 2015 - Reply

          @noirluv45

          You’re Welcome Sister noirluv45.

    • April 8, 2015 - Reply

      @noirluv45

      What were we talking about in the previous post? A registry of available non-Black females?? Lmao…ah well. I really have nothing else to say again. It is what it is…

      • April 8, 2015 - Reply

        @AfroCapricornette

        LOL!!! I know, Afro!!! I’m telling you, I swear these guys pick from a registry. :-))))

        Yes, it is what it is.

  3. April 8, 2015 - Reply

    Justification much?

    • April 8, 2015 - Reply

      @KissOfDanger

      He shouldn’t have too Justify his life choice to anyone…

      • April 8, 2015 - Reply

        @stewie

        Well, apparently he felt the need to since he went into a long explanation. He put it out there, people commented, so he needs to enjoy his girlfriend and keep it moving.

        • April 8, 2015 - Reply

          @noirluv45

          Exactly Sister.

        • April 8, 2015 - Reply

          @noirluv45

          He doth protests too much comes to mind, which is from Shakespeare.

        • April 9, 2015 - Reply

          @noirluv45

          If there were no bitter ass haters he wouldn’t have too…

          • April 9, 2015 - Reply

            @stewie

            Oh, so a person has to defend everything someone says against them? If they feel the need to do that, they are insecure with what you do. You can’t control the opinions of other people, so if he likes White women, he needs to grow a thick skin, and get on with his life. He gladly showed a picture and made the comment about his White girlfriend, so he put himself out there to people’s opinions. You see how that works? I suggest if people don’t want comments, then make it private. The end.

          • April 9, 2015 - Reply

            @stewie

            You seem to be one of those haters you are talking about since you obviously can’t stand reading differing opinions. Get over yourself, Stewie.

            • April 9, 2015 - Reply

              @noirluv45

              You need to get this through your thick head, you don’t own black men and you have NO right to tell us anything. I.e. Stop hating….

              • April 9, 2015 - Reply

                @stewie

                Well you get this through your dense head. I never said I owned anyone, and frankly, I throw away Black men like you and any other color struck cretin who doesn’t have a Black woman’s back. As far as I’m concerned, you are dead to me. No hate, but just dead to me. That mean that I couldn’t care less about who you are or who you date. I have no ownership or loyalty to your ilk. Apparently, not only are you angry, but dim witted. I have a right to my opinion, and since you apparently can’t handle it, I suggest you go somewhere and take your nasty, stank attitude off the blogs. Grow up, Stewie. I can say what I want. It’s clear by those like you, that it’s impossible to get anything through your angry, bitter, hating skulls. It’s funny how Black men sure want Black women’s support when you’re getting shot in the street. We sure don’t own you, so get it from those other women you want so back, and when her daddy is out there shooting you down, don’t come running your ignorant Black behinds back to us. Since you don’t want anyone telling you anything, do you, but shut the hell up while doing it. If he’s happy with his White girlfriend, he could’ve kept that to himself, but he had to show boat his little trophy. However, since he didn’t, his color struck behind got called on it. When people get salty about things, it means it hit a nerve.

                • April 9, 2015 - Reply

                  @noirluv45

                  bla bla bla…..

                • April 11, 2015 - Reply

                  @noirluv45

                  You’re daddy’s black.

                • April 13, 2015 - Reply

                  @noirluv45

                  Just a few hours ago I was tempted to say something similar to this to a black male on Madame Noire. He name called me on a post about celeb black women dating white men. I held back saying certain things to him
                  However, these black men need to know that white women as a group do not have their backs. No large group of WW are out there fighting for the rights of BM or mourning their death when WM kill them.

                  BM like to tell us that we don’t own them and this is when I remind them that generally speaking, they’re not the greatest catch in the world.
                  I think BM fail to realize that only 2 types of WW get with them. They are:
                  1. the WW who are unattractive and rejected by their own WM
                  2. the gold digging WW who go after rich BM so they can live off them

                  There goes their delusion of thinking they’re the best of men so we want to own them and also believing that WW (as a group) love and respect them more than black women do.

                  • April 15, 2015 - Reply

                    @dialogue1

                    Lol. You sound awfully bitter and hilariously, powerlessly insecure. Thanks for the laugh but go get a life somewhere.

                    • April 15, 2015 - Reply

                      @TeflonD

                      I made really smart decisions in my personal life and in my professional life so I’m very happy.
                      You, on the other hand, are the one who sounds bitter and unfulfilled. You may very well be one of those BM who blames your failures on the WM.

                      Stop trying to antagonize BW and try to go out and match the WM in education, power, money etc. Your opinion means zilch as your type does not rule the roost in this world. Goodbye!

                • April 15, 2015 - Reply

                  @noirluv45

                  Why are you always on here ragging on Black men for having a preference for white/light women, when by your admission, your own brother is married to a white chick? But somehow, you think your brother is the exception? Why do you think everyone else has a predisposition but your brother is real? Does even occur to you that your own brother constitutes a minority (<3%) of Black men with white women? So what's your real problem with Black men?

                  Sounds like a lot of inconsistency, hypocrisy, projection and issues.

                  • April 15, 2015 - Reply

                    @TeflonD

                    I’m not always on here ragging on Black men. If you’ve ever read any of my comments, I’ve ragged on COLORSTRUCK Black men, not all Black men. I’ve also stated that when unions get together because of love or such, it’s cool. Black men like you always have to get so defensive. If what I’ve said doesn’t apply, then don’t worry about it. I don’t hate on White chicks, and only a White women loving Black man would say such a thing. Yes, my sister in law is cool.

                    So, let’s talk about confusion, hypocrisy, insecurity, projection and issues. You see, it’s those that read comments but don’t have the sense to decipher what’s being said. People read what they want to read because somehow a comment hit a nerve. So now, my real problem with SOME Black men is their ability to not be honest with themselves. If a man is in love with a women of any race, cool. Read this carefully so there won’t be any confusion. My dislike comes from Black men who crave and lust after White/light women and then BLAME Black women for their color hang up. I can’t stand those who lie about why they like White/light women instead of just manning up saying they have issues with their color. Let’s face it, many Blacks do. Those are the ones I loathe. Now, hopefully, I cleared that up for you. If not, that’s not my problem.

                    Trust and believe, there is no insecurity here. I have nothing to be insecure about. I have a Black man. Got it?

                    • April 15, 2015 - Reply

                      @noirluv45

                      I can add add nothing more to your eloquent words.

                      That’s a great response.

                      • April 15, 2015 - Reply

                        @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

                        Thank you, truth!

                        • April 15, 2015 - Reply

                          @noirluv45

                          You’re Welcome Sister.

      • April 13, 2015 - Reply

        @stewie

        That was my point. Him doing it says that he’s guilty of something.

  4. April 8, 2015 - Reply

    Keep it moving folks nothing to see here.

  5. April 8, 2015 - Reply

    I find it strange that he said he dated girls as dark as Akon. I find that odd. He can easily say that he dated the woman that he fell in love with and kept it moving. The truth is that people have the right to date who they want, but some people fall in love for sincere reasons and some love each other for sinister reasons.

  6. April 8, 2015 - Reply

    Lol dark as Akon that’s a new one. So what’s clutch’s stance on IR relationships I can’t tell, mostly pro black couples?

    • April 8, 2015 - Reply

      @Anonin

      i think clutch (the mag owner & staff) is neutral on the topic, but from previous articles, i’ve seen commenters get heated on both sides of that coin. there are a lot of women on here who are pro-“love the one who loves you back regardless of color” and a lot who are pro-“love anybody but black men b/c they’ve been doing us wrong for too long”, but it doesn’t seem like the ones who are pro-“black no matter what b/c we shouldn’t have to apologize for or explain why we like our own” are in the majority on here even though they do exist & stand just as strong as the ir crowd.

      • April 8, 2015 - Reply

        @Me

        I’m going off the personal comments made on the actual articles ex. This one compared to the azealia banks one

        • April 8, 2015 - Reply

          @Anonin

          if you go by the commenters, to me, it gets to be a little hypocritical around here. a lot of women who are pro-ir for bw are anti-ir for bm. they’ll talk about how bm don’t support bw & that’s why they won’t date bm, all the while it sounds no better than the dudes who come on here trolling about bw being this & that. folks let their childhood hang ups ruin their adult possibilities. so they jump ship, but when they see other folks jumping ship too, they wanna cry “traitor” & say it’s different b/c the other folks started jumping first all the while ignoring the fact that lots of other folks have decided to stay on the ship. if they would just learn to turn their necks & look at the rest of the picture, they could see this, but folks are too wrapped up in their childhood sagas.

          • April 8, 2015 - Reply

            @Me

            I agree that there is inconsistency here with black women who are gleeful when a black woman has a white man, but is angry when a black man has a white woman, even if the black guy in question is not that desirable. It all boils down to us dealing with deep seated feelings of inadequacy. Our egos are so shallow, we can’t deal with someone not wanting some like us even if it is someone we will never meet.

            Personally, my position is that whether we admit or not, all of us have absorbed acceptance of white beauty standards to one degree or another. We are all recovering victims of white supremacy abuse. That is why I always insist that black people be intellectually honest with themselves, and not pretend that the color or features of their mates is somehow colorblind or neutral.

            • April 8, 2015 - Reply

              @Anthony

              I think for many of us, we abhor Blacks (to me, whether it be male or female) who have bought into the White standard of beauty, and the dishonesty as to why many of us date “out.” You touched on it yesterday. If people were just honest with their color struck mentality, then that would be one thing. I think many Black women feel some kind of way because some Black men claim they date out because of us; thus, calling use everything but a child of God. I just don’t see that with many sistas, and when you do, it’s because many feel abandoned by Black men. Black women for so long have supported bruthas, but we don’t feel it’s often reciprocated. When we look at the numbers of Black IR relationships, BM w/others far outnumbers (even though the gap is slowly closing) than BW/others. I think a lot has to do with Black boys, from a very young age, being indoctrinated by the media. They’ve grown up believing the White standard of beauty. How can a teenage boy say, “I wanna White/other girl?” What is he basing his desire on. That’s what upsets many of us who are Black. It’s a mentality that exists, and to me, it’s detrimental to us as a people, i.e. genocide. Thankfully, there are more BM with BM, and I celebrate that because we have to keep our legacy going.

              Maybe for some it’s insecurity, but for me, it definitely isn’t. I agree with you all the way. I think us being honest is the first step.

              Sorry for the huge dissertation. LOL. I just had to throw that out there.

              • April 8, 2015 - Reply

                @noirluv45

                Romeo saying dark like Akon and white like Casper is a dead giveway.
                A lot of people use those words as coded language.

                I have more respect for some if some would just kept it real and just mention that they have a preference instead of copping pleas (and mentioned that they are totally colorblind, which is an impossibility. Unless someone is blind, we a’int colorblind). I rather be color respectful than color neutral anyway. If these folks were more honest instead of acting hypocritical, then things would be difference. I am opposed to embracing white supremacist beauty standards as true beauty is diverse never monolithic.

            • April 8, 2015 - Reply

              @Anthony

              Maybe because it’s an obvious trend with celeb BM dating non-BW. Sure, love and all that, but roughly 100% of them? I watched Nightly Show (Larry Wilmore) last month or so where Issa Rae said that the pool of eligible (educated, good job, comfortable etc) BM in Cali was so small that they are never single and have the pick of all females. BW on the other hand that want to date a BM are left wanting. Don’t forget also the BW are at the bottom of the desirability pool for ALL races, yes even their own. When that report came out, my heart sank and I felt so low. Sigh…

              Again, I’ve noticed that (I hope I’m imagining stuff) dark skinned BW are stereotyped to be “ghetto, loud, brash and with attitude” than others. I blame reality TV (hello RHOA!!) and so these celeb BM in the public eye do not want that projection on them?? I dunno…just what I’ve unconsciously noticed.

              • April 8, 2015 - Reply

                @AfroCapricornette

                You are right, there are a lot of ugly stereotypes of Black Women, dark black women are especially singled out for negative images in my country.

              • April 9, 2015 - Reply

                @AfroCapricornette

                Yes, dark skin black women are stereotyped as loud, brash, attitude, etc and there are too many black female actresses who have to play that stereotype for a hollywood paycheck. Same for black male actors. Another pet peeve of mine about white media is the deliberate placing of ugly overweight black female surrounded by thin, heavy makeup, white females. As if white media couldn’t find a drop dead gorgeous fit black woman.

                • April 9, 2015 - Reply

                  @CoolChic

                  The acting roles, ok… as my grandma used to say, “man (or woman) must eat” so that’s somewhat debateable and their choice on perpetuating the stereotype through paid roles. My gripe is with reality TV that shows all these negative traits. Mind you, I don’t watch mindless reality tv that’s shows all these negative attitudes. That’s how we’re all getting dumbed down as well. Young Black girls emulate these grown women’s nasty attitudes. I’d rather watch Brain Games on Nat Geo or other educational programs than give ratings to that crap! /rant over/

          • April 9, 2015 - Reply

            @Me

            There is a lot of hypocrisy going on. Some folks reminiscing about being rejected in high school is the reason they “date out”. Stupid childish stuff. Black people have too much going on with white supremacy breathing down our necks to engage in lightskin/darkskin crayola wars. Though I wish people would be more honest in admitting we have been taught to see white is better. No one is immune. There are those who are working to cleanse ourselves from that thinking.

            • April 9, 2015 - Reply

              @CoolChic

              Thank you so much for posting this! If you are a black person from the Diaspora, you have imbibed white standards of beauty whether you wanted to or not. More importantly, “becoming conscious” does not suddenly make a liking for white beauty standards go away. Frankly, trying to make them go away is a waste of time, you cannot make yourself unlike something you find attractive. What we all can do is to learn to broaden our tastes. Just like a person raised on Alabama soul food can learn to love Thai or French cuisine, color struck negros can learn to love dark skin and kinky hair. Another thing we have to do is just learn to look at white people objectively. Every white woman is not pretty, every white man is not handsome. If we go beyond hair and skin, we will see people just like us, most whom are not incredibly beautiful or extremely ugly, the great majority are just average.

              • April 9, 2015 - Reply

                @Anthony

                White people are quite average looking. It’s their power and wealth that makes them more attractive than they really are.

              • April 9, 2015 - Reply

                @Anthony

                You’re right to some extent. Personally, I’ve always been attracted to Black men. I see nothing wrong with broad noses, kinky hair and thick lips as I grew up with everyone having a variation of this. I might comment on the physical attractiveness of a non-BM, but I’m not physically attracted to them the way I am to a BM. Does it make me prejudiced?? That’s why I try not to be judgmental in IR cases. Maybe Romeo has always been attracted to WW for whatever reason. Maybe he’s cultivating an “image” for himself and sees a way to do so by dating WW. Who knows?

                • April 9, 2015 - Reply

                  @AfroCapricornette

                  Me and you are >>>right here<<< Afro. I've seen attractive men of other races, but I never wanted to be with em. If I ever had to venture out, it would be with a man of color who wasn't taking in by the White supremacy lies.

                  You know another thing I find interesting? Conversations always revolve around some Black man's proclivity towards "others," but never talk about other women (non-Black) and their proclivity toward Black men, and many of their underlying motives (aside from love) for being with one. I can think of one off the top of my head, but I won't go there. LOL. I'm sure you know exactly what I mean. Shoot, I've seen them practically salivating at the sight of a dark chocolate muscular brother. I've seen them show all the way out at clubs (I went to this jazz club once awhile back, and I'm telling you this White woman walked up to this tall good looking brother, threw her arms around him, and made a scene to let everyone know this Negro was hers). LOL!!!!

                  • April 9, 2015 - Reply

                    @noirluv45

                    Rofl…maybe it’s why the “K” girl (I didn’t name names!!) prefers BM over others.

                    • April 9, 2015 - Reply

                      @AfroCapricornette

                      You know! LOL!!!!!

                    • April 9, 2015 - Reply

                      @AfroCapricornette

                      LOL.

                      • April 9, 2015 - Reply

                        @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

                        LOL!!!!

                        • April 9, 2015 - Reply

                          @noirluv45

                          You certainly a great sense of humor. 🙂

                          Yes, they revealed the new footage of Mr. Scott to the public now. It shows Mr. Scott leaving his vehicle. There is no struggle at all. We do see a cover up by some cops about what has occurred.

                          • April 10, 2015 - Reply

                            @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

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                            • April 10, 2015 - Reply

                              @ivory wilson

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                              • April 10, 2015

                                @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

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                  • April 9, 2015 - Reply

                    @noirluv45

                    Black people have unfortunately developed a major inferiority complex. It doesn’t occur to us that the non black person might actually like a black partner. The presumption is the black partner is always self hating and not the object of affection. The relationship is always seen as uni-directional because we don’t truly think a non black person can be with us other than for sinister motives.

                • April 10, 2015 - Reply

                  @AfroCapricornette

                  “I see nothing wrong with broad noses, kinky hair and thick lips as I grew up with everyone having a variation of this. I might comment on the physical attractiveness of a non-BM, but I’m not physically attracted to them the way I am to a BM.”

                  i’m right there w/you on all counts. it’s nice to know other people see the beauty i see in black features.

                  • April 10, 2015 - Reply

                    @Me

                    I think that is a sore spot with some black men and black woman. They actually get pissed at you if you are not attracted to or not interested in pursuing someone of another race.

                    They actually will consider and call you a racist and attack you for not keeping all of your options open.

                    I actually think that a lot of times do to socialization or even history that a lot of black woman are just not into white men. But, I have seen where they are virtually attacked for it.

                    • April 10, 2015 - Reply

                      @Brad

                      yep. i had someone comment to me something to the effect of “wouldn’t you think it was racist if a white man said he wasn’t attracted to black women”. everybody has a right to be attracted to what they’re attracted to. i definitely wouldn’t care if someone i’m not into isn’t into me either & i don’t feel any guilt over not being attracted to someone who happens to be attracted to me. i don’t need or want all the options that are out there when i know exactly what i want. & i’m not about to apologize to anyone who feels butt hurt b/c i’m not the exact replica of them & their hangups.

                      • April 10, 2015 - Reply

                        @Me

                        I agree I so much agree.

                        I mean I realize men are more superficial, dare I say shallow with such things.

                        But, with black women who simply prefer black men I have seen them called everything from a “mule” to “push over” to everything but, a child of God. I think maybe that has to do with a specific agenda being pushed than them at all being interested in you personally.

                        • April 10, 2015 - Reply

                          @Brad

                          you know what… i also hate that everybody keeps pushing the whole “men are visual” agenda as if women don’t have eyes too. a relationship would never last b/t me & a guy that doesn’t turn me on. sexual attraction is the difference b/t bf & bff. that’s true if you’re male or female. i think it’s just another way to police women’s sexuality/morals. b/c i’m a woman, i automatically have to be attracted to a man’s “personality” regardless of anything else. that’s crap! the sad thing is that women are usually the ones doing the policing in my experience.

                          • April 10, 2015 - Reply

                            @Me

                            Very understandable I mean there is nothing wrong with being a bit of a visual person even if you are a female.

                            As it was said isn’t that a big part of what all these white woman are attracted to with black men anyway.

            • April 9, 2015 - Reply

              @CoolChic

              “Though I wish people would be more honest in admitting we have been taught to see white is better”. Unfortunately, this is true, and not just in Black cultures. Go to India and Asia and see how light Indian women get snapped up for marriage faster than their dark sisters. Also, some Asian women are undergoing eye surgery to look western.

            • April 9, 2015 - Reply

              @CoolChic

              Exactly.

  7. April 8, 2015 - Reply

    “They’re like, ‘Why are you with this girl?’ ‘She’s only with you because of this.’ It’s sad because honestly if anybody knows me, all the girls I’ve dated, I’ve dated girls who’ve been as black as Akon and white as Casper.”

    How does that refute the allegation that she’s only with you because of such and such, though? I thought this dude went to college. You dated girls as black as Akon? That’s a new one lol. We need receipts, Romeo.

    • April 8, 2015 - Reply

      @TeflonD

      It doesn’t need to refute the allegation, it shows how stupid the allegation is in the first place. All women go for the same stuff.

  8. April 8, 2015 - Reply

    The language, brother. Can you think of a better way to express yourself?

    Regarding Instagram. If you really care what people think about you, keep your business to yourself. This Instagram thing is interesting – post your life then get an attitude when people comment on it Isn’t that the point?

  9. April 8, 2015 - Reply

    Oh well, he does not sound like the sharpest knife in the drawer. A fool and his money will soon part.

    • April 8, 2015 - Reply

      @Anthony

      I propose we do a giveaway. White ppl can have him, Bow Wow and Ray J as a package deal.

      • April 8, 2015 - Reply

        @Love.tweet.joi

        Sounds like a winner to me!

      • April 8, 2015 - Reply

        @Love.tweet.joi

        Wrong. You shouldn’t be giving away wealthy Black folks. No matter how messed up they are. I’m still mad at the loot we lost with Tiger. I say bring him and his cave woman to the hood lol.

        • April 8, 2015 - Reply

          @TeflonD

          Lol. Aaight. Good point.

        • April 8, 2015 - Reply

          @TeflonD

          Did we ever really have that dude? My Spidey Sense says, ‘No’.

          • April 8, 2015 - Reply

            @Jo 'Mama' Besser

            It’s his daddy’s fault lol. Dude could have endowed a whole HBCU with the money he forked over to that Swedish help.

            • April 8, 2015 - Reply

              @TeflonD

              True, true.

            • April 8, 2015 - Reply

              @TeflonD

              What happened again? What money did he fork over?

              • April 9, 2015 - Reply

                @AfroCapricornette

                (Whispers) Alimony and child support…

                • April 9, 2015 - Reply

                  @paintgurl40

                  Aaaaahhhh…wait, he married her? Why the alimony then? Who am I kidding? Don’t care…

                  • April 10, 2015 - Reply

                    @AfroCapricornette

                    Yeah he married her…and they had a baby or two. Then Tiger was cheating on Swiss Miss with some other white broads. The gossip blogs and news put him on blast. He liked to, um, talk down (really bad) to those women and uh, pee on them. He’s a real peach.

                    • April 10, 2015 - Reply

                      @paintgurl40

                      180mil??? Whaaaaaaa?? What sort of upbringing did he get to have done all that to women???

                    • April 13, 2015 - Reply

                      @paintgurl40

                      I have to jump in on this one; his “golden shower” curiosity never played out according to Joslyn James because he got stage fright when time to perform, Lol. Any decent woman would be quick to throw him back, black, white or purple. Money only goes so far.

      • April 8, 2015 - Reply

        @Love.tweet.joi

        Loool

  10. April 8, 2015 - Reply

    Who cares. Why is this a story? Im willing to give him away, we dont need him, do we?

    • April 8, 2015 - Reply

      @Love.tweet.joi

      Nope.

  11. April 8, 2015 - Reply

    When he was twelve or thirteen, he was after some blogger in Sweden. The man likes himself some blondes. I don’t care if he did kick it for a minute with Akon’s twin sister.

  12. April 8, 2015 - Reply

    “Dark as Ako and whie as Casper” WTF?

    • April 8, 2015 - Reply

      @Mary Burrell

      Lol…I know right? The language itself…I know no one is as white as Casper as that would be super unhealthy and unnatural, but is being “as dark as Akon supposed to be a bad thing?” To me, it is not AT ALL! I guee he meant that he’s dated BW but he could’ve said something like, ” I’ve dated women of all races and fell in love with this one”…or whatever.

  13. April 8, 2015 - Reply

    I thought he didn’t a girlfriend.

  14. April 8, 2015 - Reply

    I saw a comment saying “no one cares…not even your classmates at ICDC care”. It’s funny and so true.

    • April 9, 2015 - Reply

      @Ash & Co.

      LMAO! The shade!!

    • April 9, 2015 - Reply

      @Ash & Co.

      ROTL. I knew ICDC would be mentioned.

  15. April 8, 2015 - Reply

    good for him.

  16. April 8, 2015 - Reply

    Please see how he decided to announce his relationship on social media and tell me if this dude doesn’t have some issues

    google theboomboxdotcom/romeo-miller

    Now I don’t prescribe to the notion that everyone who dates outside their race is self loathing but the way some of these men behave is highly suspect
    He seems to be clearly seeking attention /race baiting and then wants to call himself a victim

    • April 9, 2015 - Reply

      @blogdiz

      One thing that should not be overlooked are his New Orleans roots. That part of Louisiana has a history of color stratification that was in some ways closer to Latin America than the rest of USA. The idea of marrying up or lightening his lineage is either conscious with Romeo, or very close to the surface of his subconscious mind.

    • April 9, 2015 - Reply

      @blogdiz

      thx for posting this. i never would’ve bothered to look him up, but that pic is definitely race baiting. & then to go on tv talking about folks are giving him hell over his gf. nobody’s commenting on his gf. he’s the one that came after everybody else. this is how irrelevant folks manage to find their way into the headlines.

      • April 9, 2015 - Reply

        @Me

        Yes, Romeo needs to be classed with Amber Rose and Kim Kardashian as celebrities to ignore.

  17. April 8, 2015 - Reply

    Here is image

    • April 9, 2015 - Reply

      @Guest

      I could not see this on my iPad. That post is 100% trolling.

  18. April 8, 2015 - Reply

    see his post

  19. April 8, 2015 - Reply

    Damn, another dark-skinned light-skinned subject. Dafuq!

  20. April 11, 2015 - Reply

    Do you guys get tired of this? It is quite pathetic to be so up in arms about whom a black man is dating. You can’t force someone to love you.

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