Serena williams interview on dating black men
We’ve noticed that, at least outwardly, all of Tiger’s love interests have been white, with tall blondes being the usual M. Serena had dated black and white guys before marrying the 35-year-old Ohanian, who grew up in Maryland.One of the more revealing elements of the New York Times article was the reaction of Serena’s overbearing father, Richard, who for years has been extremely controversial on racial matters.Eccentric rapper Kanye West’s passionate praise of Trump last week apparently helped give the idea a major boost, according to one of Trump’s closest black advisers, Cleveland-based the Rev.Darrell Scott, who met with Trump on the recent National Day of Prayer."Now I feel like I can shine really bright and still do everything that I want to do." Williams joins a long list of people whom Oprah has shared her wisdom and insight with, from Lindsay Lohan and Merle Dandridge of passing on a few words of wisdom to her daughter about beauty."I think my mom instilled in us to be confident women, to really believe in ourselves, be proud of our heritage, our hair, and our bodies," said Williams."That was something that was really important for her to teach us."That really stuck with me."After being romantically linked to stars such as Common, Drake, Grigor Dimitrov, and Brett Ratner over the years—which she told "Alexis doesn’t dim my light," Williams added. He puts me in the light, even if I don’t want to be.
Serena, in the New York Times story, spoke of the sociological effect of her marriage this way: “Literally, all I tell Alexis is, ‘Well, you know, there’s such a difference between white people and black people.’ He always gets to hear about the injustices that happen; that wouldn’t happen if I were white.” Perhaps Serena’s concerns about racial injustices will be mentioned as the White House, according to Politico, explores the possibility of hosting multi-racial summits on race with prominent athletes (polarizing former NFL player Colin Kaepernick reportedly is one of the invitees) and artists and President Donald Trump.
During an insightful interview that fused two components of Serena Williams’ life — love and athletics — the tennis superstar stated: “It’s interesting. so it just goes to show you that love truly has no color, and it just really goes to show me the importance of what love is.” Serena Williams started dating tech industry entrepreneur/venture capitalist Alexis Ohanian in 2015; they were engaged in December 2016 and married in November 2017.
Ohanian, son of a German mother and Armenian father, is the co-founder of Reddit, the social media site.
Because her father was revered by millions of black voters, Malia likely is entrenched in sort of a love-interest “safe space.” Like the Williams Sisters, an eternal space, for sure.
Among all the significant milestones tennis champion has reached, including 23 Grand Slam singles and four Olympic gold medals, she often says that her greatest achievement is being a mom.
Williams was the subject of a recent lengthy and eye-opening New York Times article focusing on her restart this year on the pro tennis tour after the birth of her now-8-month-old daughter, Olympia (“Baby O”), and her new HBO reality-TV-type docu-series, “Being Serena.” The five-part series “tracks her pregnancy, her life-threatening postnatal problems and her comeback in remarkably unvarnished fashion.” Williams’ interracial love match largely has been readily accepted by the black community.