The quote was taken from satirical site Cream BMP but swirled around as true: “I’m just saying the last black woman I was with name Stella” TMZ caught up with actor Taye Diggs to question him on how it felt to be back on the big screen.
“Let’s just say its not a stereotype that black women are less submissive and harder to deal with.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show’s likelihood of staying on the air.
The higher the ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better the chances for survival.
She’s annoyed by his constant optimism — until she discovers the reason.
The rest of the cast includes Gabrielle Dennis, Anna Konkle, Domenick Lombardozzi, Maggie Elizabeth Jones, and Lorraine Toussaint.
He’s recruited by Miami’s homicide department and partnered with tough Detective Annalise Villa (Jaina Lee Ortiz).
(Morris Chestnut), a calm, collected and incredibly charismatic, pathologist.– Taye Diggs This should come as no surprise as Mr.Diggs spoke briefly on his mother always knowing he’d marry a white girl on a radio talk show back in 2011.And like Taye, we are truly bothered that something as beautiful as a children’s book meant to help African American kids deal with the sting of colorism and love themselves exactly the way they are turned into such a disgustingly ugly affair. But what we will not tolerate from anyone is the suggestion that we, a stable of New York Times bestselling authors, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists and respected writers, poets and media professionals, misquote interviewees and traffic in gossip and innuendo. Chances are you may have even witnessed a few of your Facebook friends going in on Taye over the alleged comment.