Yesha Callahan

Scott Eastwood ‘Fetishizes’ Mixed Women, Says He Likes Women With “Flavor”

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During a recent appearance on Watch What Happens LiveClint Eastwood’s actor and model son, Scott Eastwood, opened up about the type of woman he finds attractive. Eastwood told the host that he liked women who are “mixed” because he likes a little “flavor.”

Now, some people take issue with his statement because it seems to fetishize women. So flavor only happens when you’re ‘mixed’?

How about Lupita Nyong’o? Do you think Eastwood would find her attractive, because we all know she has ‘flavor’. Or is ‘flavor’ in his opinion only a quality that can be possessed by the likes of Halle Berry and Paula Patton?

Or does any of it matter. People like what they like?

Maybe young Eastwood has similar tastes like his father, who recently got divorced from his ‘mixed’ wife of over 10 years.

 

  1. April 16, 2015 - Reply

    How nice for him.

  2. April 16, 2015 - Reply

    ¯_(ツ)_/¯

  3. April 16, 2015 - Reply

    So he should be attracted equally to every women? He didn’t say anything derogatory towards non mixed women.

    • April 16, 2015 - Reply

      @elsay

      Exactly.

  4. April 16, 2015 - Reply

    Leave the man alone. How is it a fetish for him liking mixed women? He didn’t say he hated other types of women, and why do everyone always bring up Lupita Nyong’o, she’s not the epitome of black women. If the man dated a woman who is Asian and White, she would technically be considered mixed. This article is dumb. SMH

    • April 16, 2015 - Reply

      @SV

      I was thinking the same thing. Mixed can mean many different combinations.

      • April 25, 2015 - Reply

        @Melissa

        Basically, he doesn’t want a full white girl. And anytime a white man finds a non-white woman attractive, people think it’s unnatural or strange. Our society acts as if the only standard of beauty is the white woman. Men in our society are so programmed into putting white women on a pedestal, but there are some men that think outside the box and can recognize that there are beautiful women in all cultures not just white.

    • April 19, 2015 - Reply

      @SV

      I agree with you regarding the fact that it’s silly to be offended by this statement alone. Though people can certainly have ‘preferences’ for the wrong reasons, we are all entitled to our own opinions. That being said, I am curious about your statement regarding Lupita Nyong’o and her not being the ‘epitome’ of black women. I promise that I’m not being defensive, I just wonder what you mean by this statement. Admittedly, maybe I’m a bit biased because, personally, next to Tika Sumpter, I do think that she is the most beautiful woman that I’ve ever seen.

      • April 21, 2015 - Reply

        @HeatherHBbaaaaabbbbbbbe

        I have nothing against Lupita, but it’s funny when the media or hollywood decides to choose someone black as acceptable this person becomes the reference of how a black woman or man should look or be. She’s beautiful, and so are many other black women who come in a array of shades and looks. I’m just tired of the same names used.

    • April 25, 2015 - Reply

      @SV

      I agree! I think we have to remember that he’s a 100% white boy and anything that’s not white is considered as flavor or exotic to him. Anyway, he has a right to his preference just like Lil Wayne and other black men make it publicly known that they prefer mixed women too. lol

  5. April 16, 2015 - Reply

    I’m not hurt or offended by his comments. I think we spend too much time dissecting everyone’s comments and deciding if we should be vex/angry/offended/hurt. If the comment is blatantly offensive, we pick it up quickly. There is no discussion and the person is dragged cruelly. If he likes mixed sisters and they like him, I love it.

  6. April 16, 2015 - Reply

    I don’t why anyone would expect to hear racial enlightenment come out of an Eastwood’s mouth? If the man lights mixed race women, sobeit. When it comes to our tastes, the only person anyone should care about pleasing is oneself.

    My question is does his liking mixed women mean he only wants to lay down with Miss Mulatto, or would he raise a family with a biracial woman?

    • April 16, 2015 - Reply

      @Anthony

      Miss mixed is not necessarily miss mulatto… There’s many possibility outside black/white admixture.

      • April 17, 2015 - Reply

        @elsay

        I know, but I am pretty much focusing on people with whom I have some sort of direct connection.

  7. April 16, 2015 - Reply

    He likes what he likes. His tastes do not have to align with yours. So silly…

  8. April 16, 2015 - Reply

    Every human being has the right to their preferences. It is very honorable for a black person and a non-black person who is honest with their preferences than one who is trying to be slick and lie about their own preferences. I understand both points of view about him using the term “flavor.” Some view that comment as non-offensive or innocuous. Some view it as a means for him to define a borderline fetish. I respect both points of view on that issue. The larger point is the love is special. Love deals with trust, compassion, integrity, and honest. Without those intrepid concepts, true love can’t flourish. Also, anyone point is to be made.

    Yes, I’m about to go there. I’m going to go there. If a black man or a black woman said what Eastwood’s son said, would that black person be ruthlessly criticized, left alone, or praised? That’s an interesting question. Regardless of our preferences, we shouldn’t view whiteness as superior. At the end of the day, there are much greater issues than the relationships of Clint Eastwood’s son. We’re dealing with evil cops (whose predecessors were slave patrols back during the 19th century) executing black people in broad daylight with impunity. We face massive unemployment and other issues. We should be more concerned with building in our black community than the dating habits of one white man.

    • April 16, 2015 - Reply

      @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

      Great points, truth. I question people of any race who desire someone outside their race. I just think something’s wrong with that picture, and many use the “preference” to cover it up, especially as it relates to color. Why would he choose a mixed woman over any other woman? Are they considered trophies?

      Let me give you a round of applause about us building our own community. If we focused on that than what color a person is we’d be economically strong. I couldn’t care less about his dating habits. This White man has nothing to do with the building of the Black community. I’m more concerned about the psychological issues we have that are tearing down our community. That’s why I love your and other comments that show we care about our people.

      • April 16, 2015 - Reply

        @noirluv45

        You have made great points Sister.

        Yes, what his dating preferences are is none my business. We are definitely more concerned with building in our community. With all of the evils confronting us (from police terrorism to health care issues), we want to be involved in fighting for our black people, especially for the black youth (who suffer injustices too). In real life, black kids have shown me information about sign language and shown great compassion to me including other educators. There are those who desire someone outside their race. My philosophy is to leave them alone (and not to harass them. People have the right to date who they want to), but I have the right to love black people of the opposite gender romantically. That is my right too. We have to confront colorism, self hatred, and selfishness which exists in some relationships.

        You’re right that some use “preference” as a slick excuse for them to cover up their own biases and agendas for dating someone. Trophy relationships are doomed for failure either in the short term or in the long term, because a true, loving relationship is not built on a facade. It’s build on human togetherness and common ground. The elders have said it best. We don’t hate anybody, but we will love each other, care for each, and build our own infrastructure as ways for us to be free indeed.

        I greatly respect your glorious, conscious words as well Sister. Real recognize real and you’re a real, Strong black woman.

        • April 16, 2015 - Reply

          @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

          Yes, sir! Very well said, truth! Thank you.

          “I greatly respect your glorious, conscious words as well Sister. Real recognize real and you’re a real, Strong black woman.” Thank you so much. Right back atcha! 😀

          You know what? When I hear a Black child say they prefer someone out their race, I ask them why? I cannot ignore it. Many of them are victims of the media. Many of them aren’t old enough to know anything about life, so how can they have a preference based on truth and not fiction. I think we have to confront (not in a negative way) our young Black boys and girls because if we don’t, they will grow up to believe lies…those lies are what is tearing us down. Again, I’m not talking about genuine love – the real love you stated above, but about brainwashing.

          For example, my sister has a friend who lives in a very White part of southern California. Her sons, whom are still teenagers, go around saying they want White girls. I find it very odd that Black women are raising Black boys who are looking for White girls (or even Latinas) because they believe these women are better than their own mothers. There’s something very sick about that. I hate to keep harping on this, but I’m afraid if this trend keeps up, genocide is soon to follow. There was a book written about that in the 1800’s. They want us to vanish, and IR relationships are just the way to do it.

          • April 16, 2015 - Reply

            @noirluv45

            I heard from people (who live in California) about many black males seeking white females or Latina females for a number of years. Your words are not hyperbole. Television and other forms of media for so long have shown the lie that whiteness is superior. Some black people just have an inferiority complex and that is one reason out of many that some black people lust for whiteness out of rejection of their black cultural identity. Don’t get me wrong, some relationships have been made up of true love regardless of skin color, but we still have some who cross the color line because of self-hatred. That’s fact. We can’t ignore reality. Regardless of which relationship a black person becomes involved in, black people should learn about their identity, their real history, and their real culture. Other ethnic groups do this and we have the right to do this as well. I know you’re not talking about genuine love regardless of skin color. You’re talking about how some black people have been brainwashed to not even deal with black people of the opposite gender even on a friendship basis (or in a collaborative basis to fight white supremacy). That’s a problem. We have to work together in both genders if we want to be free. Freedom is not about one gender being free. It’s about all black people being free. You last sentences relate to how white supremacists in the 1800’s and in the 1900’s have tried to eliminate the Afro-Brazilian population in a process called embranquecimento. You can look it up. Well Sister, we have melanin. We will still be here. We have over one billion worldwide.

            The Creator is with us, so I have no worries about the future. In my opinion, more folks are waking up.

            • April 16, 2015 - Reply

              @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

              I love this comment (and many others in here)!!! Thanks for dropping truth and knowledge. 1000% agreed. God bless.

              • April 16, 2015 - Reply

                @roo08

                Thank you.

              • April 16, 2015 - Reply

                @roo08

                I do too, roo! There are just so many awesome Black people who actually “get it.”

            • April 16, 2015 - Reply

              @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

              Let the church say, AMEN! It’s deep, truth.

              Yes, that’s very true about California. It’s much different than it was when I was living there in the 70’s. Truth, Black men/women were joined in unity. I’m not saying there were no IR relationship, but growing up, I didn’t see it very often. Black men and women gelled. It was a beautiful thing, truth.

              • April 16, 2015 - Reply

                @noirluv45

                We all feel nostalgia for that unity that existed during the 1960’s and during the 1970’s. I am reading about book about Memphis and the Civil Rights Movement. I read in that book about how black men and black women were fighting in an unified effort against the racist, reactionary policies of Memphis then mayor Loeb. Back then, even the music talked about love, harmony, relationships, history, and culture. Black is Beautiful back then wasn’t just a slogan, but it was a way of life. Today, we live in a crossroads. After the late 1960’s, we have seen economic problems, the War on Drugs, a global recession, and other issues that has damaged some in our community. So, we have opportunity to do something about it. Regardless, we’re going to fight not only for our ancestors, but for our future descendants.

                • April 16, 2015 - Reply

                  @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

                  Yes, truth. Remember, “Say it Loud, I’m Black and I’m Proud.” We were all walking around with our fists in the air marching and being proud of who we are. Even though we were damaged, I’m hopeful because we can do something about it. That’s the bright side of things, and I’m glad you brought that up. The Black conscience movement is growing. That’s why I love Umar Johnson because he’s trying to do something about it. He’s trying to open up a school for African American. He’s trying to raise money, and he’s only received several hundred thousand if I’m not mistaken. This brother is about it!

                  • April 16, 2015 - Reply

                    @noirluv45

                    When the James Brown song came during the late 1960’s (Say It Loud, I’m Black and I’m Proud), I wasn’t born yet. LOL. My parents were around back then though. Our people did have revolutionary consciousness and militancy. This caused the racists to go into fits and that is why the FBI illegally targeted black revolutionary organizations via COINTELPRO, etc. We certainly have been under attack for so long, but we remain standing. I have heard of Umar Johnson’s work. He’s from Philadelphia. To his credit, he support efforts to unify black people in America with black people in Africa. I do feel that in the future, one of the next level things that our people will do is further develop economic, social, and political connections between black people in the Americas with black people in Africa including the rest of the world.

                    SNCC taught us grassroots organizing. Malcolm X taught us about strength and self defense. Dr. King taught us about love. Harriet Tubman taught us about courage and determination. Ella Baker and Septima Clark taught us about organizing in a democratic way. So, we learn lessons from our people all of the time. This new Black Lives Matter movement has taught that many of youth still have that conscious spirit (in combating police terrorist occupation, racial profiling, the prison industrial complex, etc.).

                    • April 17, 2015 - Reply

                      @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

                      LOL! You know, even though you weren’t born then, you can still experience, through your parents and us Baby Boomers folks what was up. :-))) When that song came out, I was a young child, but I remember rocking to it. It wasn’t until I was older that I came to appreciate it because I began to understand how proud it was to be Black. Racists hated seeing us stand up with pride and for telling them we are not going to stand for injustice. Yeah, COINTELPRO is the devil. We are so strong, and that’s why I want us to know who we are, and I am so glad many of us are finding that out. It’s a beautiful thing.

                      I respect Umar’s vision, and wish I could support him financially. There are so many before him, that you mentioned above whom have carried the torch, and I love seeing these young people continuing to run with it. It really fills my heart with pride.

                      • April 17, 2015 - Reply

                        @noirluv45

                        Yes, my parents were Baby Boomers. They knew what that music gave to many people. Soul music from Motown, Stax Records (as Tennessee including Mississippi are home to so much of our rich culture beyond just music), etc. inspired a generation to stand up for blackness in a positive way. One thing that racist can’t stand is for us to use independent development and to be thankful of our black heritage. They hate us, but they want to stalk us all of the time, which shows their hypocrisy (as racism is hypocrisy personified).

                        It is very beautiful and exciting for more of us to understand who we are. The Knowledge of Self is a key part of mental liberation. Many young black people are carrying the torch that the previous generation has led. We don’t want stale manna. We want the fresh manna of freedom, wisdom, and black unity. We are certainly thankful in our hearts of black people continuing the real work, so we can reach the land of milk and honey (filled with justice).

                  • April 16, 2015 - Reply

                    @noirluv45

                    Goodnight Sister noirluv45.

                    It has been an excellent discussion with you and others today. You have shown great jewels like usual.

                    God Bless You. 🙂

              • April 17, 2015 - Reply

                @noirluv45

                True. I was born in the 70’s, but I remember back in those days, black people wore their afros with pride and the bigger the fro, the better. Black people used to say “Black is Beautiful”. There was a sense of black pride and respect that seemed to disappear in the 80’s when crack appeared.

                • April 17, 2015 - Reply

                  @paintgurl40

                  Exactly Sister.

                • April 17, 2015 - Reply

                  @paintgurl40

                  Yes, yes, and yes! Black people sure had that sense of pride and they wore it like a badge, didn’t they, paintgurl.

                  • April 18, 2015 - Reply

                    @noirluv45

                    Sure did. Not only that but the brothers were salivating over Thelma, Pam Grier or Lola Falana. None of them were mixed.

                    • April 18, 2015 - Reply

                      @paintgurl40

                      LOL! Yep, paintgurl, they sure did! Different day, different time. 🙁

                      • April 20, 2015 - Reply

                        @noirluv45

                        sigh….the good ol’ days. lol

                • April 17, 2015 - Reply

                  @paintgurl40

                  Preach Sister.

                  • April 18, 2015 - Reply

                    @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

                    thank you!

                    • April 18, 2015 - Reply

                      @paintgurl40

                      You’re Welcome Sister.

                      Have a great Weekend.

                      It is a very sunny, beautiful day where I’m from.

                      • April 20, 2015 - Reply

                        @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

                        That’s great. Saturday was nice but Sunday was terribly cold…and it rained.

                        • April 20, 2015 - Reply

                          @paintgurl40

                          Where I am from, it has been in the 70’s and it is 80 right now. It rained recently. Weather is topsy turvy where I live at.

                          Good Afternoon to you Sister.

                          • April 20, 2015 - Reply

                            @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

                            Thanks for the warm response. It’s cold out here and I need as much warmth as possible. LOL

                            • April 20, 2015 - Reply

                              @paintgurl40

                              You’re Welcome.

            • April 18, 2015 - Reply

              @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

              you are 1000% right. i rarely see black men in california with black women anymore. I work at as a bartender and that’s all i see is black men with everybody else but black women. If the woman is black then she’s light skinned has wavy or curly hair.Definitely not no lupita nyongo or angela basset looking women.

              • April 18, 2015 - Reply

                @chanela

                This is the story that I here from a lot of people from California. So, you’re not alone. I am from Virginia. I do see black men with black women (and vice versa) more often than in other places of America. In my opinion, with the deaths of Tamir Rice, Rekia Boyd, Trayvon Martin, and so many of our people, we are in a crossroads. We must fight back against an oppressive system. Some of our people will not wake up. I have come into grips with that. Some of our people will wake up and follow wisdom. We just have to promote unity and growth in in our communities. No one said that the work will be easy, but it is so much better to do what is right.

          • April 16, 2015 - Reply

            @noirluv45

            you are right on point.

    • April 16, 2015 - Reply

      @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

      “The larger point is the love is special. Love deals with trust, compassion, integrity, and honesty. Without those intrepid concepts, true love can’t flourish. Also, anyone point is to be made.”

      YES, truth! None of these things have to do with the color of one’s skin, their butt, breasts, or anything else that’s physical. I do understand that physical attraction is important, but when relationships are built solely on the physical, what about integrity, a person’s character, and all the other things that, when the looks wear off, will last? I think there’s so much shallow thinking when it comes to relationships.

      Also, preferences, I believe, limit us. For example, if my preference is for a dark-skinned man (which I love), and I met a guy who was light-skinned, and he treated me like a queen, would I reject him simply because he wasn’t dark? That’s why I believe the “preference” stance can limit relationships. I don’t think there is anything wrong with people wanting those within their own race. I think it’s only natural to do so.

      Again, love, regardless of color, is what’s most important in my eyes. JMO. 😀

      • April 16, 2015 - Reply

        @noirluv45

        I agree with your words 100 percent Sister.

        In fact, your words above are some of the greatest, eloquent words that you have mentioned here in my view.

        • April 16, 2015 - Reply

          @truthseeker2436577@yahoo.com

          Thank you, truth. I appreciate that 😀 We need more brothers like you, and thankfully, there are.

          • April 16, 2015 - Reply

            @noirluv45

            You’re Welcome Sister.

          • April 16, 2015 - Reply

            @noirluv45

            You’re Welcome Sister 🙂

      • April 16, 2015 - Reply

        @noirluv45

        “The larger point is the love is special. Love deals with trust, compassion, integrity, and honesty” and don’t forget the most important one and that is “NEED” whether it’s emotional need, physical need, mental need, need etc.

        • April 16, 2015 - Reply

          @TheBurningBush

          Indeed Brother.

  9. April 16, 2015 - Reply

    he’s getting away with this comment? isn’t he self-hating if he does not desire pure white women? he is a self-hating white man.

    • April 16, 2015 - Reply

      @Rizzo

      Good point, Rizzo.

    • April 17, 2015 - Reply

      @Rizzo

      When you put that argument in that context, you truly see how absurd it is.

  10. April 16, 2015 - Reply

    The heart wants what it wants

  11. April 16, 2015 - Reply

    I don’t know a single man (African American men included) that doesn’t have a fetish about something.

    breast
    Rear ends
    Feet
    Hair
    Skin Color
    Eye Color
    And whatever else you can name.

    Hmm no one says a word about these fetishes, but oh mention a “Black woman” being attractive to a White man (Oh Lawwwd and this one has looks and money), and it is assumed that a White man can only want us if we are reduced to an object.

    As if the last Black man I dated or any one else on this site has dated, didn’t have a fetish about one of the above.

    African American men date who they want to date, and I urge African American Women to do the same.

    • April 16, 2015 - Reply

      @G

      “I don’t know a single man (African American men included) that doesn’t have a fetish about something.

      breast
      Rear ends
      Feet
      Hair
      Skin Color
      Eye Color
      And whatever else you can name.

      Hmm no one says a word about these fetishes, but oh mention a “Black woman” being attractive to a White man (Oh Lawwwd and this one has looks and money), and it is assumed that a White man can only want us if we are reduced to an object.

      As if the last Black man I dated or any one else on this site has dated, didn’t have a fetish about one of the above.

      African American men date who they want to date, and I urge African American Women to do the same.”

      – Not sure how this basic article ran full circle back to Black men lol. Nice rant/campaign, but this dude said absolutely nothing about wanting Black women. Smh.

      • April 16, 2015 - Reply

        @TeflonD

        “African American men date who they want to date, and I urge African American Women to do the same.”

        …and, thankfully, they are waking up and doing just that.

        • April 16, 2015 - Reply

          @noirluv45

          true but lets be honest 90% of black males and black females dates and marry other blacks if the marry at all.

          • April 16, 2015 - Reply

            @TheBurningBush

            That’s true, but I really believe the gap is closing, especially with the youngin’s coming up.

          • April 16, 2015 - Reply

            @TheBurningBush

            You’re right on that point.

        • April 16, 2015 - Reply

          @noirluv45

          Lol. I didn’t write that. I was quoting a clueless crusader polluting this thread with projections and agendas..

          • April 16, 2015 - Reply

            @TeflonD

            Yeah, OK.

    • April 16, 2015 - Reply

      @G

      What does this article have to do with black men?

  12. April 16, 2015 - Reply

    I couldn’t care less about his preference for mixed women but he surely is easy on the eyes.

  13. April 16, 2015 - Reply

    No offense, but whites at times are so clueless about race that he probably DOES think of Lupita N’yonga as “mixed” and with “flavor.” She’s was born in Mexico and her family is from Kenya (?). Her dark skin is not “as common” amongst African-Americans. And her bone structure is fierce. She’s also very dark, very pretty, and “white girl thin”. She’s probably very much so a “mixed exotic” dream to him because of her beauty.

    Also “mixed” doesn’t just mean mixed with Black. Also “mixed” can mean mixed ethnicities of Blackness. White girls can be mixed. Heck, he probably was dissing the average WASP white girl more than he was embracing the thought of having a “diluted” Black girl.

    Also, Black men do this all the time. Your favorite singer and definitely rapper has mentioned race— especially the “mixed Black” girl.

    I’m giving him a pass.

    • April 17, 2015 - Reply

      @yoyomaj

      You know I thought the same thing you just wrote. Maybe to him, “mixed” is not necessarily about colour but about ethnicity/up-bringing. I get called “exotic” or “different” by some White strangers because I’m US-born African and was raised abroad, even though I’m black. I still don’t understand “exotic” means regarding people. Food and vacations, yes, but people? Not sure…

  14. April 16, 2015 - Reply

    This is none of our business Clutch do better please thanks

  15. April 16, 2015 - Reply

    Who. gives. a. crap.

  16. April 16, 2015 - Reply

    why would we take advice from or care what a person say who only job is to “act like they are someone else or something else” that what he do “act” so why would his word carry weight cause all he knows how the do is “act”?

    • April 16, 2015 - Reply

      @TheBurningBush

      TBB, I’m really surprised Clutch even put this out there. Yeah, actors/actresses’ opinions seem to carry a lot of weight.

      • April 17, 2015 - Reply

        @noirluv45

        true but why, are we that dumb, that much of a lite weight, that immature or are there forces intent on keeping us dumb down keeping us distracted by keeping us focusing on interracial relationship and sexual orientation so we can stay at the bottom fighting gender wars [black man against black women and black women against black men] champion and elevating everybody and their cause but ours? Peace out.

        • April 17, 2015 - Reply

          @TheBurningBush

          TBB, I can’t even argue with that. Distractions, distractions, distractions AND divide and conquer. You are so right about that!

    • April 16, 2015 - Reply

      @TheBurningBush

      Excellent point.

  17. April 17, 2015 - Reply

    I am sorry but this article is doing the most. At this point, I just don’t care who these celebrity figures likes, marries, or attracted too be it Eastwood, Miller, Banks, Lamar, etc. I don’t see the point here if he likes certain types of mixed women then he likes those women, no skin off my nose either way, now only he knows if his attraction is organic or based in fetishism. If it is fetishism then I would hope those women will see right through him and keep it moving.

  18. April 17, 2015 - Reply

    I’m not offended or concerned about what he likes. “Hollywood people” and “regular people” seem to be in two different realms.

  19. April 17, 2015 - Reply

    noooooooooooooooooo clutchmag don’t do this. Oh my god. STOP taking peoples comments out of context and insinuating anti-blackness in comments where there is NONE. He likes mixed race women, so what? He never came out of his mouth and said Lupita’s attractive. And he’s not obligated to! Omfg. Yall should delete this article. It makes the site look like a joke.

  20. April 17, 2015 - Reply

    Handsome guy!

  21. April 17, 2015 - Reply

    mmmmmm……I am not sure who wrote this quick article but in reading some the comments I think many of us are missing a point here. This is Clint Eastwood son in which Clint Eastwood has said in the past some pretty radical and somewhat racial things about our President. (Google it) even though, Clint Eastwood was married to a mixed woman. But, maybe the apple (his son) fell far from the tree. My question is: Scott, why would any woman of color “mixed” or dark skin be considered a fetish? Majority of us are black here so I dare anyone to lick themselves and ask if they have some sort of flavor….I’ll wait. I find it a bit gross when someone of another race has a fetish with my skin color versus a physical feature.

  22. April 19, 2015 - Reply

    what a joke. the only people “offended” by this are the ones hes not talking about. which if i had to guess would be overweight Caucasian females. or fat white bitches in real world terminology.

  23. April 19, 2015 - Reply

    Really Clutch? No, just no. A little more “high-brow” in the articles please. This is silly. Who cares what floats his boat when it comes to women? If he had said women of color float his boat because they are loose or something then we’d have a reason to discuss but this? Also, I didn’t even know Clint East wood had a son until this article to be honest. Knew he had daughters. Goes to show, Scott Eastwood is not that relevant. Why this “article”? Ugh.

  24. April 20, 2015 - Reply

    Who doesn’t?

  25. April 20, 2015 - Reply

    Whatever.. He didn’t say he disliked black women.. and It really doesn’t matter, His ass is FINE!!!

  26. April 20, 2015 - Reply

    I kinda, sorta, really don’t care. :

  27. April 21, 2015 - Reply

    Why the vuck is this an article on Clutch? Smh. Looks like, you guys are slowly turning into MTO or Worldstar…

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