Jada Pinkett Smith

by ethnic on February 6, 2009

Birth Name: Jada Koren Pinkett

Place of Birth: Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.

Date of Birth: September 18, 1971

Ethnicity:
*African-American (father)
*African-/Creole-Barbadian, African-/Creole-Jamaican (mother)

Jada Pinkett Smith is an American actress, dancer, singer, songwriter, and businessperson. She is the wife of actor/musician Will Smith, and the mother of actors/musicians Jaden Smith and Willow Smith.

Jada is the daughter of Adrienne Banfield-Jones and Robsol Grant Pinkett. Her father was of African-American descent. Jada’s maternal grandfather was an immigrant from Barbados (of Afro-Barbadian descent), while Jada’s maternal grandmother was the daughter of immigrants from Jamaica, who were of Afro- or Creole-Caribbean descent. Her brother is actor/writer Caleeb Pinkett.

An article in the New York Times Syndicate stated that Jada also has some degree of Portuguese Jewish ancestry. It is not clear if this ancestry has been verified/documented. Many people of Afro-Caribbean descent do have a small amount of Sephardi Jewish ancestry.

Jada’s paternal grandfather was Robsol Grant Pinkett (the son of Maslin Frysinger Pinkett and Martha Josephine Dyer). Robsol was born in Maryland. Maslin was the son of Daniel James Pinkett and Sarah E. Peaker. Martha was the daughter of Eli Dyer and Alverta Hackett.

Jada’s paternal grandmother was Shirley Nancy Crystal Holland (the daughter of James P. Holland and Alice Whitehead). Alice was the daughter of Joe Whitehead and Sallie Watkins.

Jada’s maternal grandfather was Gilbert Leslie Banfield (the son of Gilbert Seward Hinds Banfield and Ella E. Parris). Jada’s grandfather Gilbert and his parents, who were black, were from Saint Michael, Barbados, in the West Indies/Caribbean.

Jada’s maternal grandmother was Marion Eliza Martin (the daughter of Ralph Nunis Martin and Daisy Coster/Costa). Marion was born in Boston, Massachusetts, to emigrants from Jamaica (Saint Ann and Kingston, respectively). Marion, along with her parents, are listed as “Mulatto” on the 1920 U.S. Census. Marion is listed as “Black” on the 1930 U.S. Census.

Sources: Genealogy of Jada Pinkett Smith – http://www.geni.com

Genealogy of Jada Pinkett Smith (focusing on her father’s side) – https://www.wikitree.com

Jada’s maternal grandfather, Gilbert Leslie Banfield, on the 1930 U.S. Census – https://www.familysearch.org

Birth record of Jada’s maternal grandmother, Marion Eliza Martin – https://familysearch.org

Jada’s maternal grandmother, Marion Eliza Martin, on the 1920 U.S. Census – https://familysearch.org
Marion Eliza Martin on the 1930 U.S. Census – https://familysearch.org

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andrew February 12, 2018 at 3:53 pm
andrew July 17, 2017 at 5:52 am

The Portuguese Jewish ancestry clearly comes from her maternal grandmother. “Nunis” (from “Nunes”), “Martin” and “Costa” can be Portuguese Jewish names.

follers July 17, 2017 at 10:48 am

Could be. Then again, the name is also spelled “Coster”. Or they could be “slave names” rather than actual ancestry.

ashash November 27, 2016 at 8:47 pm

That’s a bad picture of her. She’s cute otherwise.

JoshG October 25, 2015 at 12:30 pm

She’s extremely dark here. Probably the lighting.

hesh123 August 18, 2015 at 12:44 pm
neiltennant April 3, 2015 at 7:10 am

hmm thats strange

on some pics she looks like those blackfaced caucasian women who had been tanned artificially in order to look black. Then black actors were not allowed to play roles in hollywood

Bow Down Bitches July 26, 2015 at 8:40 pm
neiltennant August 8, 2015 at 6:29 am

i m sure you did not understand what i wrote there

because the horizon of your brain is not as broad

phaedra April 10, 2016 at 1:36 am

Are you that thick-headed? He just laughed at your joke.

The audacity….

theropod April 1, 2015 at 12:42 am

No European ancestry whatsoever?

Surprised…

midori29 February 13, 2015 at 7:00 am

You know ALL the prettiest black top celebrity women have Carribean roots/heritage.
1. Alicia Keys (Jamaican)
2. Beyonce (Bahamas/Haiti)
3. Nicki Minaj (Trinidad)
4. Rhianna (Barbados/Guyana)
5. Leonna Lewis (Guyana)
* Island/Carribean South American heritage black women are Gorgeous!

LucarioCooper August 26, 2015 at 8:53 pm

Alicia Keys is mixed…

neiltennant May 26, 2016 at 12:26 pm

what a stupid theory

all of those people you mention do have also european descent
for except nicki minaj

THERE IS NOT A SPECIAL FORMULA FOR BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE OR GOOD LOOKING PEOPLE

and not all mixed people do look good. I know a few examples in my friends .-))

the MAYA RUDOLPH phenomenon

andrew May 26, 2016 at 3:42 pm

Beyonce and Alicia Keys does not have Caribbean roots

midori29 February 13, 2015 at 6:55 am

Most black people in the Carribean and America have been mixed in the past. Sometimes I do not know why this website even exists. People are soooo dense. I am a carribean West Indian, with African, Indian , and European roots, I know. But I am mostly black . The majority of black Carribeans both light and dark have Portuguese or British admixtures in the past.

kid124 November 15, 2014 at 9:16 pm

her roots are west indian jamaican and bajan she talked about it in ebany magazine a while back but they are mixed west indian not the pure black ones that why they use the term creole which is used in the islands also not just for people from louisanna they have french creole from Hatiti and also cape verde creole which is one of the african islands but jada was born here so she is african American or just black to many people the smith are in trinidad a lot they owen a home their and jada is part of the black caribbean assocation

amckenzie August 21, 2014 at 5:29 pm

Saddd…I wish her Afro-/Creole-Caribbean ethnicity from her maternal grandmother could be specified as to what country she came from! Hmmm…I guess I’ll just have to live with this everlasting wonder… Hahahaha I’m just kidding! LOL but on the real though, it would be nice to know exactly what Caribbean country her maternal grandmother was from :)

follers August 22, 2014 at 1:19 am
ihatemostpeople June 15, 2014 at 3:35 am

I swear I remember reading that her mother was biracial. Was that an internet rumor? She does look mixed in a way. Not your typical Black woman.

ladida October 23, 2014 at 9:54 am

Please give me an example of, “you’re typical black woman” because I see you comment on almost every black actress page and they all looked mixed to you. Give a legitimate example.

blah October 23, 2014 at 9:56 pm

Her mother is not Biracial GTFOH! You’re on every black celebrity post saying they’re mixed, knock it off. There is no typical look to a black woman, IDIOT. We all come in different skin tones and have different hair textures thanks to slavery (sarcasm), so there is no typical way a black woman look. It’s the same reason my sister and I have the same mother and father and she’s light skin and I’m brown, her hair is kinky but mine isn’t, so don’t tell us there’s a typical way a black woman look because then you sound dumb. We’re the most diverse looking women on this planet.

midori29 February 13, 2015 at 6:52 am

@ihatemostpeople your comment is RIDICULOUS, rude and racist. Jada does look like a typical black woman to me.

Adamina September 10, 2016 at 3:32 pm

@Ihatemostpeople “typical Black woman”? Are you serious?!? There is no such thing. Africans are very diverse. You sound stupid.

Brown girls rock December 15, 2013 at 9:28 pm

Gorgeous

mable November 22, 2013 at 5:00 pm

yes she has west indian roots and that can be a mixture of any thing and creole is not just for people in luisanna people from hatit and cape verde are also called creole like beyonce the french she talks about is hatitian freanch from her grandmother

midori29 February 13, 2015 at 6:53 am

Most black people in the Carribean and America have been mixed in the past. Sometimes I do not know why this website even exists. People are soooo dense. I am a carribean West Indian, with African, Indian , and European roots, I know. But I am mostly black .

Seba June 25, 2013 at 8:14 pm

Hello everyone! I can see why people get confused understanding Creole people and their derivative how this site is listing Jada as creole as well as three other ethnicities is interesting! First of all the term Creole is mainly a derivative of the Creole people of Louisiana historically and its become to be understood as a person who is multi-racial( Native American, French, African, Spanish) Creole people from the Louisiana Territory are considered to be the original multi-racial people to exist dating back to the early 1600’s well before the U.S. even became the U.S. In addition, what many fail to understand about this indigenous group is that unlike any other culture the development of this indigenous group was because of the willingness of the relationship between each of these groups not mainly forced as a result of slavery!!! This is not to suggest that slavery did not have some effect but people please understand that there is a difference between the colonialization of the British/English and the the colonialization of the French. When I hear African-Americans argue their point they tend to believe that French and British/English culture are the same and that the view points when it came to slavery were the same and this is far from the truth!!!!!

Seba June 25, 2013 at 8:31 pm

In conclusion I am a person who is of Creole decent with ties to Louisiana which at one time was a very large territory leading all the way to the Canadian Border! In addition, some of you are only talking off the cuff and what I am providing to you is fact!!!! I always ask myself why people argue things that have already been tried and tested??? To much opinion and not enough fact can make a subject dead! I am also a former educator and have spent quite a bit of time researching my roots I would advise many of you to do the same! What I find most interesting is that some of you who are arguing nothing and telling people who have been fortunate enough to enjoy their heritages like I have what does and doesn’t make sense!!! We are too advanced in this society for you to be thinking so ignorantly! In addition I have the luxury of living in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area where I am able to gain access to many resources that help to complete my knowledge! Unless you are well versed then your comments are nothing more than comments which hold no value!!!

rickyflo April 4, 2013 at 9:57 am

LOL.. That is what the Creole stands for is immigration from the old world into the new and some people Black say creole for the true greatness of their immigration. Creole is a classed white statused man sometimes and that seems funny out of certain terms. Also, she does have Portuguese and other heritage inside her she has told. West Indian is partly a Black population of cayman islands and few other places. Anyhow, who cares

DVEO April 3, 2013 at 8:37 am

LOL . Jada Pinkett-Smith is BLACK

andrew April 3, 2013 at 4:29 pm

how the hell she has that eyes colour..it’s pretty impossible to find a pure black person in American showbiz

Multiethnicchick April 29, 2013 at 2:55 pm

Mixed, are you able to read?

ihatemostpeople March 1, 2014 at 10:33 pm

Yeah she’s black, obviously DUH. BUT it’s very clear that she has white in her as well. Her mother is a mulatto.

zombiecop March 21, 2013 at 7:32 am

this is false she never confirmed she is of Creole,Portuguese Jewish and West Indian ancestry she looks a pure African American to me.

nnnnn March 9, 2013 at 1:59 pm

People, who deny, she’s at least partly african-american,
are just colour-blind

Indiablack August 15, 2012 at 8:55 am

I can tell she mixed, she has
Always sexy,pretty and a talented
Woman, and shes a cool chick and
When her and will together they
And so funny together and they
Stay happy, to me jada can act
Better than will,will dont do nothing
For me and never have, in the ali
Life movie,thats movie with him and his
Son pursuit of happiness, and fresh
Prince of bel-air but thats about it
And jada is one of my favorite actresses
Ever, movie wow, like set it off,matrix,
Different world,jason lyrics,menace
To society, demon night from tales
From the crypt, shame with the wayans
Family, are so good along with countless
Other movies, but I just love her oh
And she sings to with her own band, god bless
You jada,will,the kids, just a beautiful
Family,

nnnnn March 9, 2013 at 1:56 pm

“Just a beautiful family”: a husband works hard, and a
wife allowes herself a fun with useless lila poodly
Mark Antony. lol

multigrl July 5, 2012 at 1:05 am

All that is listed are ethnicities. If she is West Indies she may be of White, Asian or Indeginous American descent as well. When someone says Creole that includes White and Indeginous American.

Yes she is going to say she is black and it makes sense. I say the same thing. If people ask me about my background I tell them the rest of the races. No harm no foul.

levangelista36 July 6, 2012 at 12:55 am

You are the first person on this site who has said something that even makes any sense.

Bobatu April 5, 2012 at 6:36 pm

White face, black skin. Just saying.

DA X mann April 5, 2012 at 5:51 pm

In this picture she looks like one of them starving africans in africa.
like sudanese or ethiopian.

apple April 5, 2012 at 5:38 pm

Jada says she Black or African American all of the time. Yes, she is West Indian, Creole, and Portuguese-Jewish, but I’m sure she doesn’t have a need to state it all of the time as some people do.

christian March 27, 2012 at 5:58 pm

awesome and interesting looks

her eyes and the shape of her face tell us that she must have white ancestors

jewish portugese is possible

candy February 25, 2012 at 11:53 am

if you are black and born in this country then your african american but her roots are west indian mix on both side

Zolie January 8, 2012 at 12:47 pm

You can be mixed all you like, there is nothing special about it. You live and die like all people. You can claim both sides, or one side, but nine times outta ten you will not be accepted into that white inner circle. The majority of mixed people in reality know this. This is why they try so hard to claim being mixed, as they believe in someway this will give them a hand up on not being “seen” as Black.

Sariah January 7, 2012 at 8:46 pm

Just because the first homosapiens were found in Africa, it doesnt mean we all have black genes. If you study evolution, you will find that we acquired different traits according to the place the homosapien had migrated. Also, different kinds of homosapiens have been found throughout Europe with aryan features..

Tre December 28, 2011 at 10:05 pm

A lot of you have serious issues. Being Black or African American (which ever one you prefer) today usually means that you are mixed with something. Kind of like the Latin community. Look at her features, she is obviously mixed with something, but that doesn’t mean that she is less black or more black or whatever. Whatever she chooses to call herself is up to her and her alone, just like whatever you choose to call yourself is up to you. Stop making it a bigger issue than it really is. All worked up over nothing. It doesn’t what color you are. The only thing that should matter is how good of person you are.

mids January 8, 2012 at 9:41 am

yeah but by how much, not a lot thats for sure. a lot are only 1/16 or 1/8 and sometimes even less than that. Then you get to 1/4 and so on and you could be considered mulatto

LiteSkin December 7, 2011 at 3:44 pm

Wow Jada is African American she says this all the time she was in the front row with Willow at the Black Girls Rock Awards on BET…

Worldgrl November 11, 2011 at 10:25 am

ofcourse she’s mixed she has hair that forms good and she has petit feutures like body wise (almost no curves) and “slim” facial features..thin lipps a small sleek nose and light eyes,..and a reddish (“native”)undertone complexion wise

Bubblez123 October 27, 2011 at 7:09 pm

if they’re both 100% black then how did their kids get such a good greade of hair

monique October 27, 2011 at 8:49 pm

actually she is mixed with West Indian, Creole, and Portuguese-Jewish ….search other websites…apparently here dont no that!!!…smh…

felicia October 14, 2011 at 2:57 pm

She deffinately looks native american ,white

felicia October 14, 2011 at 2:57 pm

And black

toni July 29, 2011 at 8:02 pm

well you all know that all people are african remember thats where we started from so stop this divisive bull shit. lol

agree October 22, 2011 at 11:30 pm

amen to that

cindy July 25, 2011 at 4:44 am

If ya’ll come down to afrıca,u wld fınd out dat not evrıone ıs extremely black ın color,hw much more dose we refer to as afrıcan amerıcan,jada ıs a complete black

G&B July 15, 2011 at 8:12 pm

Actually I believe Jada is closer to be mixed because she carries a recessive gene for green eyes, which normally only gets found in european, or latin, scandinavian areas and sometimes in indian areas e.g (Aishwarya Rai) . AA’s and even in asian countries, are mainly known to carry a dominate brown eye color gene and will not have the recessive green eye color unless both parents carry that recessive gene. The combination must be gg for green eyes and not Bg or BB because that still gives a dominate brown eye color.

This is what I’ve learnt in biology.

p.s even in will smiths page in this website also states that his wife is of mixed enthnicity.

Amber Berg July 15, 2011 at 8:45 pm

oh please shes black, of course somewhere she is mixed, but shes black give it up!

mdd August 29, 2011 at 8:48 pm

why are there more heated remarks on the black celebrity pages than the others. other celebrities can say they’re whatever they want and people are like “okay” but black celebrities .. people always want to tell black people what they are and are not that’s the whole issue with society. thank you! why do people have these conversations of course jada is black she doesn’t need green eyes for me to see that i can tell because her skin is BRONZE which is not a color frequently seen in any africans and of course not all africans are black but it’s not liek there’s a bunc h of green eyed bronze-skinned africans walking around with wavy hair like jada. i think we should stop calling black people black. most black americans i see aren’t even that color and while they don’t look white all the time they sure don’t look like any of my nigerian and REAL african friends. so of course, duH! jada has other races in her it’s a given. and if she lived during slave times on a census she would NOT be considered black they would’ve marker her and a lot of modern day black americans down as mulatto. remember modern black americans look the way they do because they’ve been mixing for centuries and have been separated form african ancestors for centuries as well, if anyone went back in time today they’d be confused byt heir race.

MixedKisses June 2, 2012 at 5:38 pm

Dumb ass shes mixed with black.

MixedKisses June 2, 2012 at 5:43 pm

Dumb ass shes mixed with black, creole is black (other etnicities too) but black. West india is somewhere in the carribbean.

sheryl March 23, 2011 at 5:18 pm

she does have west indian blood in her bajan and jamaican in was stated in ebony or jet but she is american the west indian was grand parents and that could be any thing if your west indian black, white, chinese or spanish.

prinie January 25, 2011 at 11:21 pm

Yup n ghana is da best I don’t no y dis one person is sayin she has weat indian in her I’m jus sayin jada is sfrican african

Anonymous January 19, 2011 at 6:56 pm

Excuse me, I don’t mean to be rude, nowadays, a lot of Black and Asian Actors and Actresses use makeup and artificially alter their physical features with makeup etc to look slightly different?

I know a lot of Asians in my country do this to look different to what they originally are. In my opinion J Pinkett is fully black if without makeup etc. Hollywood pressurises a lot of actresses (black and non black) to look different.

I could be wrong of course, but that’s my obervation. In Bollywood many actresses try to look white – not implying J Pinkett is doing also but fashion, makeup, hairstyling etc person can look very different. She looks fully black to me.

carol May 15, 2011 at 4:38 pm

you are an idiot. you can’t look at someone and tell their race. moron. i have cousins who are biracial and they would, according to your moronic logic, look “fully black”. What the hell is fully black? no one is fully anything, unless they have been living on some island completely isolated from other gene pools since mankind came about.the world is so messed up today due to ignorance such as yours.

Adam January 11, 2011 at 11:31 pm

Definately part Irish. She actually has the same eye colour as me (hazel/green).

kitkat January 16, 2011 at 6:34 pm

we come in all colors. Some african americans have dark eyes and some, light. That doesn’t mean either one of our parents has to be white directly. My eyes and skin are the same color as jada’s and my hair is the same texture. There is white in my family, but probably four generations ago. It’s in most of us because of slavery. However i check the african american box on forms. You see, during slavery and after, if you were one sixteenth black, you were considered black, period. You didnt get to include everything else you were. Even now white people look at me like i’m crazy if i try to claim anything else.

Anonymous February 27, 2011 at 10:30 pm

Everyone can tell that black people come in different colors, but everyone is mixed. If you know anything about DNA, a brother and sister can have the same mother and father and have a completely different racial DNA. If they come from two black parents, the daughter could be 18% Caucasion while the son is only 8%. This could in turn affect certain features(hair, skin color, eyes) which could make one sibling look more mixed than the other. That is the exact reason why black people in the same family have different complexions, hair textures, eye colors, and facial features.What I do not understand is why do you care if someone thinks Jada looks mixed? What is it to you? If someone sees Irish in her then why does that irritate you? Are you intimidated by trying to pull out the racist one drop rule? It sometimes seems like black people want to claim everyone as “black like me” because they themselves are insecure.

WTF February 28, 2011 at 12:45 am

@ Anon

So let me get this right,because I’ve grown up around all colors of black people,who answer to black.I happen to see you,and look just like one of those same black people,who answer to black.And someone ask me to describe you,and I say that black woman over there;I’m being insecure?Because to me,you may happen to look like the rest of the group.Also because I have no idea,that your mixed with such and such,and I happen to call you a black person,I’m being insecure?It’s crazy,this only happens with black people.A white person will say their white no matter what their mixed with,and no one says a thing.Yet with us.it’s (don’t you call me black,I’m more than just black,your just trying to put me in your little box,etc etc).This is the same old song that pops up every 20-30yrs.Now hey I understand,black has gotten such a bad rep,who can blame you.No one wants to take pride in being called that.People are taught to want to be lighter,to dislike that part of themselves,to want be seen as better or prettier.I mean why else would one word cause so much emotion

Well I going to take my black butt to sleep now,feel free to use all the profanity you want

Ryldyl August 21, 2011 at 12:02 pm

U are deluded.

AMBER BERG August 21, 2011 at 12:52 pm

who s deluded? wtf makes some valid points

Sean July 23, 2010 at 10:30 am

She is mixed check out wikipedia. They have the source. She is Creole, with Jewish, and West Indian blood. So yeah she got some NA in her. Editor correct yourself.(I mean that in a nice way)

F%UCK YOU ETHNIC ETHNIC CELEBS.COM July 11, 2010 at 1:28 pm

If you want to know the real truth about this african american actres the truth is her mother is not white look here to see the all of the real half why actress. She is black and proud and if she ever saw the shit this fuck up has been writting about celeberites she would be pissed. Oprahs black that you very much. Go there

http://www.springoo.com/society/pictures-list-of-over-100-multiracial-celebrities-and-people/

ethnic July 12, 2010 at 12:00 am

thats what it fucking says. “African American” cant you fucking read?

http://ethnicelebs.com/jada-pinkett Stop Lieing! July 11, 2010 at 1:17 pm

Now im really angry i really dont get why all popular African Americans Have to be Caucasion, or Native American. Thats A lie An you need to get it straight before who ever wrote this gets in trouble. Shes African American Period.

Tess June 7, 2010 at 5:05 am

I agree with a poster above, if she was a crackhead nobody would try to say she is part white. But all of a sudden she is succesful then she is mixed. I know so many blacks who are light and don’t care how and why they are light or have green eyes. They just are. Remember, for them to search their DNA, they would discover some slaveowner had their way with one of their ancestors and nobody wants to discover that so black people just leave it at that, they are black. Period.

total23 June 4, 2010 at 3:34 pm
fuzzybear June 4, 2010 at 4:34 pm

To total23

Thanks,I seen her mother before,but where does it say she half white?

total23 June 4, 2010 at 7:08 pm

Even Though I Did not Say Jada’s Mom Is Half Italian, I Know Who Your Referring Too!

I Put A Pic Of Jada’s Mother And Full Aunt To Show That They Are Mixed Race Black People.

fuzzybear June 4, 2010 at 8:10 pm

To total23

You say Jada mom is half Italian?Where does it say that at,I’m just curious.Also anyone that color,you consider mixed?

total23 June 4, 2010 at 8:19 pm

No Not The Color I Consider Mix, Its The Feature’s.

I Didn’t Say She Was Half White!

http://ethnicelebs.com/jada-pinkett/comment-page-1#comments

Look Back At The Person Who Said It In Page 1

clark kent June 4, 2010 at 10:19 am

to fuzzy bear- thank u for that link about Italian Americans and Race. I am part Italian and found it very informative.

fuzzybear June 4, 2010 at 8:19 pm

To clark kent

You welcome,are you the one from the other part of the site?

Fuzzybear April 29, 2010 at 4:24 pm

That’s what I been saying

Anonymous April 29, 2010 at 11:19 am

slavery is not the only reason that black people in America are usually mixed w/ something else, nor is the only reason for whites having a percentage of black in them. people are still mixing to this day, all over the world, even in america believe it or not :o

Pamela get a life April 29, 2010 at 5:49 am

Jada and will have to have white blood somewhere down the line even if they are not aware of it because of slave masters

Anonymous May 27, 2010 at 8:31 pm

heck no
there are light skinned africans
and africans with straight or curly hair
ughh
you’re fucking ignorant

truth January 20, 2011 at 6:28 am

Anonymous,just because there are Africans with light skin and curly hair, doesn’t mean that they ended up in this country as slaves. Planters had a preference for DARK BLACK Strong looking slaves. Many came from Nigeria, and the Congo. The least favored were Angolans who were slighly lighter and slender. Most of them went to Brazil. So keep your ”there are light skinned people with long hair in Africa” out of the argument, because people who DO look like that in AFRICA may not even consider themselves Black, ie Morroco, Ethiopia,etc.Just Stop!

fuzzybear January 20, 2011 at 8:32 am

To truth

Now your right it doesn’t mean that light skin were sold as slaves to the states,however the fact is they were.Planters didn’t care if their slaves skin was dark or light,they just wanted slave they thought they could control.They wanted slaves that knew how to grow food,because they were able to(climate and other things).Now just in case your wondering,I’ve seen ship logs and auction signs with mulattoes listed as human cargo for sale,also they did grab plenty of north africans.Many of the big bucks were uses for sugar plantation and mines in the mexico and islands and the rest of south america.Now later the U.S did get anyone,which cause problems,because they grabbed warriors and many rebelled etc.Now I don’t know about Angolans not being want,because some of them being light now,doesn’t mean that’s how they always were.Also I don’t know how many of them don’t consider themselves black people.However Ethiopians on the other hand have told me that they are the real black people.So I don’t know which ones you’ve talk to,because the ones I have said they were black and not arab.Now the moroccans I’ve talked to say(their words:we know our ancestors were black people,not nubian black but black).Also they said even thou they may looked diferent they know many of their people are mixed with black.Now there were also some that stated so their mixed with black,but that doesn’t mean they’re like us negroes(their words)

Ryldyl August 21, 2011 at 12:11 pm

You are right about the not all being “American slaves” but most in America have some history of slavery. And just because they came from Africa doesnt mean they weren’t enslaved and even raped with European blood right on the African continent as has happened with many cultures there. Some African tribes in Africa have some European ancestry.

ethnic April 28, 2010 at 4:31 pm

I would agree with you.

Yvette April 28, 2010 at 3:37 am

A good friend of mine is Will and Jada’s personal assistant. I’ve met both, Jada has a mixed look IMO. Jada has long curly hair, light greenish brown eyes. But hse doesn’t have to be mixed to have those qualities.

Tess June 7, 2010 at 5:11 am

If your friend was their personal assistant, you would not mention it on a blog like this as you would be jeopardize your friends’ job given the confidentiality agreements assistants have to legally sign. You just gave yourself away. Why do I know? I know people who work in jobs such as that and they tell all their friends never to publicize anything because one google search by their bosses and they are out of a job.

pamela April 26, 2010 at 6:22 pm

SHES YOUNG GIFTED AND BLACK LEAVE HER ALON SHES NOT WHITE SHES BLACK THTS WHY SHE MARRIED A STRONG BLACK MAN . IF SHE WAS A HARDCORE CRIMINAL BLACK PEOPLE WOULD STILL ACCEPT HER BUT BCOZ SHES SUCCESSFUL ALL OF A SUDDEN SHES 1/4 WHITE PLZ ..GET OUTTA HEAR .DAT GIRL BLACK

Tess June 7, 2010 at 5:11 am

AMEN Pamela.

drexxx June 7, 2010 at 2:45 pm

that’s the problem of black people all over the world. it’s sad .

Fuzzybear April 20, 2010 at 6:34 pm

To Adriana

I sorry I know I’m a pest,but here’s something else for you:
read paragraph 6
http://academic.udayton.edu/Race/01race/white13.htm
How the Italians Became White
http://www.italianrap.com/italam/italam_race.html

total23 June 4, 2010 at 7:11 pm

I Know That Everyone Is Descendants Of People From The Continent Of Africa, But Does It Mean They’re Black?

fuzzybear June 7, 2010 at 11:54 pm

No,just their ancestors were.

total23 June 8, 2010 at 5:25 am

May You Elaborate More Please Fuzzybear! Which Race Started Off As Black Then Change?

fuzzybear June 8, 2010 at 5:46 am

To total23

Well first there was only one,Black ,dark brown whichever you want to call the first Africans.Caucasians and Asians are the ones that change.Also the Africans groups within the continent had changes from area to area(facial and skin color,hair also)Now many of these changes are pretty recent,within the last 5500 to 6000yrs(including skin color)

Fuzzybear April 20, 2010 at 5:51 pm

To Adriana

Well what I meant was that when he said AA were mixs because of slavery,that’s not completely true.First black people were here mixing aleast a hundred years before slavery even started.Also many of todays black families actually started through white women,who were married to black men.On top of that a good amount came here already mixed.Also in the past 30 yrs more than 2 million FGM have been born(white & black),which had nothing to do with slavery.Then you have The Rhineland Bastards,mixed children of African fathers and german mothers,who were sent here to be adopted by black families in the 30’s.Then you have the Moors,who had their own communities.There’s more but I think you get the idea.Now that’s why I said it wasn’t completely accurate.
Now when it comes down to names,sometimes slave master gave it,sometimes it was daddy name.However sometimes they just named themselves,a popular name they liked(Washington, Jefferson, and Jackson)
Now each one of those countries you named,they weren’t consider white,a least not until they came here.As a matter of fact, it took ten Irish to add up to one black slave.As a matter of fact here’s something on that subject by Tim Wise:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3Xe1kX7Wsc
One more thing,you have to remember that these are the people who have been making up the rules for the past 600yrs.

I hope I cleared this up for you

Adriana April 20, 2010 at 10:31 am

Fuzzybear, I am interested. Would you mind further explaining?

And if italians/romans etc. are mixed with black, how come are they considered white?

I am very confused on this matter.

Some people see white as the Hitler definition of blue eyes and blond hair. But to me white can also be a bit more tanned, dark hair and eyes ( like Spaniards, Portuguese, Italian and some French as well) and I find this subject very confusing to be honest.

Fuzzybear April 20, 2010 at 10:09 am

To Raceissomix

Well that’s not completely accurate.

Raceissomix April 20, 2010 at 7:30 am

African American were all mix during the time of slavery, the women were rape by they owners. They names were also changed. So when you is a African American with the last name Brown,Percy,Perry,Owens,Foulks,Greens,Davis,Mclaughlin,, ECT List go’s on. Those name were givien to them by they slave masters. Only the onces who live in African have there real first and last names. That’s a fact! So remember this if you don’t have a African last name that mean your mix. even if you don’t look mix.

FfKid0001987 March 20, 2010 at 9:17 am

I am an American of a multiracial background: my maternal grandmother was half white/black and my paternal grandmother was half asian/black. Both my grandfathers were “black,” but both were fair enough with straight enough hair to either pass for a tanned white person or Latin American, because they themselves were a huge mixture of African, Native American, and a bunch of European.

On my mom’s side, we were able to trace her dad’s lineage back to my great-great grandparents, freed slaves, Stokely and Rose Blaine. We found pictures of them, and to my shock and surprise my freed slave great-grands looked white! Unfortunately, because of ideas like ‘the one drop rule’ people of mixed ancestry like my ancestors, and so many others like them, were black no matter what.

I’ve been living in Europe this past year, and I feel like I’ve been learning a lot out here. And you know what? At some point in history everyone is mixed with something. You can trace the English back to having Roman blood, the Spanish having Arab blood (which has some African blood), and so on. And just to think that throughout the different empires and all through history how much different “races” mixed, between Africans and Greeks and Romans and all? In Latin America too! The president of Venezuela Hugo Chavez is known to be a mixture of European, Indigenous, and African blood, but you don’t call him Afro-Venezuelan- he’s just Venezuelan.

I am so proud of my heritage, African American and all, but as African Americans in particular, we finally have the opportunity in our society to recognize everything that makes us who we are today. Before many AA’s ancestors were confined to a stereotype because of the African blood, and that was all we were seen as. I say be proud of who you are and what makes you who you are. Sorry, but the reason sista got blue eyes and curly hair is because there’s some European blood in there. Embrace it! Being culturally African American and racially mixed are two separate things. Don’t let anybody take away anything that makes you who you are, Black, white, yellow, green, blue, whatever! Be proud.

Fuzzybear March 13, 2010 at 5:39 pm

To Zzzzz….

Ok,about the Arab thing.The original ones were actually Africans,that cross over and settled in that area.Over time and from eating different foods,their blood change.Then them mixing with the newly white folks,more changes occurred;so Arabs are mutts to. Yet again North African was a mixing pot for sure long before Colonial times.They brought that 1.25million white people(confirmed) down there(mostly women),and got busy.The confirmation is only for a 200yr period,they were doing it for 700yrs.Now before this,the greeks and romans were getting busy with the people of north africa etc.Let me stop because no one wants to know this stuff

Zzzzz.... March 13, 2010 at 3:03 pm

Don’t forget also that Today’s Africa is another melting pot. Many Africans have Arab acestory dating before Colonial times.
That’s it! I’m done. No more Term papers :D

Zzzzz.... March 13, 2010 at 2:47 pm

This is to Fuzzybear. You are right that was what I was taught that slaves came from
west Africa. Thanks for the enlightenment. I’ll check it out again.
Regarding your other comment. In my experience most, not all, people I know who
are of indigenous black and indigenous white origin have a look that people who call ‘black’ by
today’s standards. A good example is Sade (Nigerian and English). Many, many African Americans
who aren’t bi-racial fit Sade’s likeliness. But when a woman of this discription
has a child with a white man the child is considered bi-racial. Most AA of Sade’s description
are mixed. The emphasis is on MOST. Technically that child is white and whatever the mother is.
I’m aware of blue eyed African tribes and light skinned Indigenous Africans. Again for the MOST
part, the slaves who came here were brown skin with tightly curled/wooly hair, and various facial
features. So the original biracial AA appeared more like Sade. By today’s
standard I know lots of people who would argue that Tiger Woods is half Black/Thai.
Realistically his father is mixed. I’m not mad at him for honoring all of his heritage.
To everyone-
I think ALL races and mixes are beautiful. It’s not about separation. I just
think it’s wrong for people to dictate to other people what thier heritage is.
Some people treat race like it’s a trophy that they get to hand out. A person’s
ethnic background is fact. You don’t need anybody’s permission to acknowlege your
heritage.

Fuzzybear February 9, 2010 at 8:54 pm

This is to Zzzzz….

The African captives,didn’t just come from West Africa,I don’t know why they keep teaching people that.They came from (West,South,South East,North, Central and Madagascar).Also lets not forget the indentured ones that came here.

Next how does a mulatto look different now than they did back then?

Next not all west africans had kinky hair and dark skin back in the day.Alot of them had what you would call woolly hair or Afros ,and pointy noses,and brown skin.Let me give and example:Ayuba Suleiman Diallo
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:William_Hoare_of_Bath_-_Portrait_of_Ayuba_Suleiman_Diallo,_%281701-1773%29.jpg

Now he has dark skin,but as you can see his hair wasn’t kinky.

HelloKitty February 9, 2010 at 7:58 pm

Okay but all black people didnt come here in slavery days either. so what about them? I PERSONALLY know ppl from Senegal and Ethiopia and they are lighter. Just acknowledge all sides to a story. Maybe I am more open-minded because I know such a wide range of people. Get out of your comfort zone and get to know more ppl.

Jamaicangirl January 30, 2010 at 3:22 pm

BTw those saying the father’s gene take up more than the mother’s. Pick up a genetics book or perhaps even a grade school bio book. Genes are split down the middle you get half of each parent. Which ever is dominant is what usually takes over, there are only 2 eye colors blue and brown all others are a mixture of the two.

Jamaicangirl January 30, 2010 at 3:19 pm

Actually Jamaicans are mixed, just like people from Hawaii. Blacks were the last people to step on the Island. Jamaicans don’t care about race Americans do and only Americans. People are people no one has the same background unless you have the same parents and even people form the same family can look different. Get over the race issue and move on we’re all human.

Fuzzybear May 7, 2010 at 9:32 pm

I can’t speak much about how Jamaicans think,I do have blood relatives there,however it’s not just Americans that go by race;all of those other countries do to.They may not say it to you face,but they do indeed do it.For a lot of those people who say it doesn’t exist in their countries,means it’s not usually directed towards them,so they might not see it

Zzzzz.... January 26, 2010 at 1:35 pm

Some of you folks are really off. If you have a pure African parent and a pure white parent
you can come out looking like any human being we call an African American. As
a matter of fact, very like skin people who call themselves ‘black’ or mixed, are usaully
refering to their already ‘mixed’ black parent. Race in America is very complex.
Most americans are inter-racially mixed.
The ‘mulatto’ from slavery times looked alot different from what is accepted as ‘mulatto’ today.
AA like Jada and Nia Long. Eartha Kit is bi-racial. And I would bet that Pres Obama’s black side of the family has other heritage.
People seem to mix culture with racial background. Although there are African tribes whose genetic make up involve blue eyes and some even have very light skin (Lybian), I strongly doubt that
Vanessa Williams’ blue eyes is from her African ancestry.
My arguement is that African slaves who came to America were from western Africa. They were dark skin with tightly curled hair. Any African American who is even a few shades lighter is most likely of mixed heritage.
And finally I don’t think it’s a matter of anyone wanting to be what there not. It’s a matter of fact. Just as AA are singled out here for being who they are, trust me, our African family can recognize traits in AA that are not African. Other people don’t know how confusing it is to be AA.
Also, lots of AA don’t know their racial background.

Kim January 13, 2010 at 11:01 pm

Jada Pinkett’s caribbean roots are traced back to Barbados and Jamaica. She and he husband Will Smith vacation alot in Barbados. All Black People are beautiful, we are all made in the image of God, for you all who find that hard to believe and real true beauty is on the inside and not only on the outside.

Lala January 2, 2010 at 2:23 pm

She’s beautiful.

hellokitty December 17, 2009 at 4:45 am

Jada nor the information stated on this site say that Jada is mixed. Yolanda, get over yourself. No one in America wants to claim mixed for no reason. But it is a fact that MANY black people in America have mixed ancestry and they do NOT claim to be mixed. So just because they may be prodominantly black they should not acknowledge their true genetic makeup? Once more, she did not say she was mixed, she has never even commented on it. The information says

“Some sites claim that Jada is partly Caucasian and Cherokee however these claims have not been supported with a direct quote from Pinkett herself.”

And amen to Lin!
And I’m not done, many of my family members “look” more mixed than mixed people so get it out of your heads that black people are naturally dark with kinky, cottony hair and brown eyes cause its just not true. What? white peopl come in various shades and eye colors but black ppl are only dark brown with dark brown eyes? Probably not…

Lin December 16, 2009 at 6:59 am

Wow , finally someone is on the same page as I, this crap is so nerve wrecking. Let it go.. race, color, what ever holds us back , as a people we need not allow these wicked things that have took claim on our lives and the way we live, think and treat people, My gosh I see beauty in every “race” I like Italian, Mexican, Black, Indian ,White. get my point. I’m thankful to God for the many variety of colors to pick from. It is fun , not boring, just imagine what life would be like I every were the same. Trust me the Lord know what he is doing. It is the Devil, that has took this beautiful creation and turned us against one another, how sad, we need to wake up, grow up and stop the madness…

[email protected]!! November 28, 2009 at 4:35 pm

Lis ur a dumba$$!! There are many black ppl. Who have lite eyez. My nephew is dark skinned nd has grey eyes so wats ur point? Nd 4 ur info
Thick lips are n. Look at angelina jolie 40example. Ppl kill 4 these type of lips. Jus look
At all the plastic surgery soo fuck up!

Wat??? November 13, 2009 at 6:41 am

lol hazel eyes might not be common in blacks but i have a lot of light and dark family members who have them. *shrugs*

lis October 31, 2009 at 5:00 am

jada has hazel eyes thats not common amongst black americans. so i can see her having white and native american ancesty; high cheek bones, thin lips. she’prettier than halle berry and lauren london and look more mix.

ethnic October 8, 2009 at 12:39 am

Hey kitty, thanks for the comment. its good to know people from Jamaica are checking this site.

Ethnic
Admin

kitty October 7, 2009 at 7:30 am

hey ian cole wats up?! the reason why alot of ppl fr jamaica look like jada is because we really are mixed! (im jamaican – black, caucasian, indian).
dont know if u kno this bt there also ALOT of white jamaicans and other pure races here. thats y our motto is: out of many one people!
~peace~

Only The U.S.A*rollz eyez* September 30, 2009 at 1:52 pm

lmao @ Yolanda….and my lil cuz is super light skinned, has long red curly hair and has freckles…I could’ve swore up and down that her dad was white….NOPE he was also black…she is black i would say 100% but lets get real..THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS 100% BLACK!!! All…well most “African Americans” are mixed with sumthing, sure its most likely way way way down the line in our ancestory, but clearly through some of our late relatives(hint:my little cuz) and most of our features (my grandmother, my mom, my aunties…h#ll most of the women in my fam and i have high cheek bones, indian maybe?!)you can tell we have some sort of white ancestory and some sort of indian(high check bones) in our blood. Being that the WHITE MAN made that [email protected] 1 fcckin drop rule(1 drop of black and voila, your black whether u like it oh not) that we’re classified as black!! Yea well whateva masser, i guess eyez be black then*rollz eyez*(don’t get me wrong i love me and what i am, i just hate how we are human beings being rounded up like cattle and being branded whateva they think we should be classified as, i mean shouldn’t we live our lives without being judged by the color of our skin or how people are just throwing you into a box of race that THEY think we should be seen as?!). I HATE how U.S.A is the only [email protected] country that classifies humans into categories. Hate it!!

fuzzybear June 4, 2010 at 8:37 am

Sorry,but the U.S is not the only country that does that

American87 December 18, 2010 at 2:53 pm

It´s not as much skin color as it is ancestry. What the US does is put you in a box based on your ancestry, and more biasedly, whether or not you have African Ancestry. In Brazil and other Latin American countries, they base off of skin color, true. But someone who looks white, even though they have an African ancestor, will still be called ¨white.¨Just as if someone who looks black, although having a white ancestor, is ¨black¨. In the USA, however, if someone looks white, but they have a black ancestor, ignorant society will say they are ¨black.¨In my book, that doesn´t make sense.

black wallstreet aka Fuzzybear December 19, 2010 at 1:15 am

To tell the truth (American87) SOCIETY doesn’t make sense,and it hasn’t for long time now.Every since looking different became a bad thing.

Ryldyl August 21, 2011 at 2:29 pm

Just because you look a certain way doesnt mean that you can tell where you came from or what they are. Calling someone “white” because they look white isn’t any better either, nor is “grading” or casteifiying someone based on their hue.

notaverage September 28, 2009 at 7:13 am

Yolanda I think you just desire yourself

Chloe September 9, 2009 at 4:21 am

Yolanda, you’re ignorant.
& to everyone who thinks that the way that you look determines your hertiage, you are ignorant as well.

I am a brown skinned “African-American” who comes from Native American great grandmothers (on both sides), and an half Irish grandfather. I dont go around saying “Im Black, Indian, and Irish” BUT I am….my brown skin does not exclude me from my heritage. There are biracials (of Black & White) who are of darker skin than Black people of two Black parents..soo…you have no point.

ethnic August 1, 2009 at 7:14 pm

Yeh but I think after reading most of the comments on this site most people agree that being African American means you are Black and have some mixed European or Native American heritage down the line somewhere.

what? August 1, 2009 at 10:15 am

Jada is african american,but not completely black since her mother is half white.Face the facts!

fuzzybear June 4, 2010 at 8:40 am

Where does it say Jada mother is half white?Could you show me?

godhmman July 31, 2009 at 6:47 am

What the f is mixed all black people are mixed!!!!!!

ethnic June 21, 2009 at 8:43 am

supernerdy, a father’s/mother’s gene doesnt determine what the kids look like. Its more like certain characteristics like, dark hair or curly hair tend to dominate other characteristics.

Miss Real June 19, 2009 at 5:29 pm

Her damm mother is from a half white parent jada is not “pure” you dont even know what black is your all deluisional

supernerdy June 19, 2009 at 4:26 pm

JADA IS JUST PRETTY AND YOU GUYS SHOULD NO THAT IF HER FATHER IS BLACK SHE IS MOSTLY BLACK
THE FATHER DOMINATES THE GENE

Anonymous June 4, 2010 at 12:24 pm

she aint that pretty.

Iana Cole June 18, 2009 at 9:17 pm

Grey I don’t believe you are black if you are claiming Jada has more than 1/8 black. Like I said there are a lot of caribbeans and Americans fairer than Jada who are not mixed i.e Vanessa Williams,

total23 June 4, 2010 at 7:40 am

Vanessa L. Williams If She Is The One You Are Refering To. She Is Mixed!

fuzzybear June 4, 2010 at 8:16 am
total23 June 4, 2010 at 3:28 pm

To Fuzzybear:

I Know But Iana Cole Is Saying That They’re Are A Lot Of Caribbeans and Americans That Are Fairer Than Jada But Not Mixed.

But I Didnt Know Which Vanessa Williams Iana Cole Was Talking About Which Is Why I Mentioned Vanessa L. Williams. Because Vanessa L. Williams Can’t Prove Her Point As Both Her Parents Are Mixed, So Vanessa L. Williams Would Be Mixed!

If She Was Talking About Vanessa A. Williams Then Yea She Has A Point!

jala June 8, 2009 at 3:22 pm

are you people crazy especially you greg reading your response just makes me feel like you are so ignorant and i can tell your really dark skin and probably everyone in your family which isnt a bad thing but it gives you a narrow view of reality. im brown skin and my daughter is a little lighter then jada. Jada is not that light now if your talking about mariah carey which obviously is mixed w/a blk dad and white mom then thats one thing dont tell you dont know anyone in your life thats light or carmel complextion or maybe you just thought they all were mix. well guess a little over 90% of AA have mixed heritage due to slavery so get over it and deal with it and most just dont know there background

mixed girl June 8, 2009 at 3:13 pm

Yolanda how about calling your self black. Jada never said she was mixed its everyone else tryiing to make her something she is not and for the record most black americans are mixed a little because of slavery. sweetie your not desired its just a fact. Mixed or not if you look black in america you are preceived that way no matter how much you protest so for the record my moms white and dads black and guess what i look black my hair looks black and i feel black what ever that is i just so happened to have a white mom so get over your self

Greg June 2, 2009 at 11:54 pm

i guess you right Ian
no jamaican has ever been mixed or non-black

[email protected]#$%ing @#$%

Greg June 2, 2009 at 11:53 pm

damn, Jada is TOO light skinned to only be 1/8 non-black
this is wrong

perhaps a genetic test can prove that she’s probably less than 1/2 black

ethnic June 3, 2009 at 11:57 pm

Black people come in many different colors naturally.

bluelinexx May 31, 2009 at 3:42 am

I agree “Ian Cole”. So many black folks claim a 1/4 this or that. If you’re 3/4 black, then what prevails? Come on now Jada. My sister is fairer than Jada and makes no such claim and yes, she is quite beautiful. She is a beautiful black woman.

Ian Cole May 13, 2009 at 5:11 am

She an’t mixed – go to Jamaica and you will see a lot of women who look like Jada.

Yolanda May 6, 2009 at 10:06 pm

Wow – everyone wants to be mixed. What do a mixed race girl like me call myself if every black american person has only got a drop of white/indian in themn. No offence intended but it never occured to me how desirable I am to AAs. I think I will move to Amercia and bag myself a rap dude (I might be lucky and starr in his video. Its no big deal being mixed race in England because beauties like me are the norm.

lex May 4, 2009 at 3:30 am

I don’t trust sites I trust direct quotes from celebs

~AMEYO~ December 6, 2008 at 2:07 pm

SHE SO LUCKY 2 BE MARRIED WITH KIDS 2 WILL SMITH I HATE HER…

Cassy November 16, 2010 at 8:48 pm

She is BLACK!! why when we have something good white people always want to claim it for themslevs.

fuzzybear June 6, 2010 at 4:25 am

To total23

Ok,OK relax I thought that’s what you said,I apologize if it was not you;We all right now?You do know that there are groups of black people who have those features,who historically have never been mixed.Not that I’m saying the Pinketts are part of that group,I’m just putting it out there.

Tess June 7, 2010 at 5:08 am

WHAT?? Please. So every curly haired white person or olive skinned white person is part black then? All those Jews with curly hair are part black? All those Italians on Jersey Shore with their easily tannable skin are part black then? Her aunt and mother are black. Period. Go to the hood right now and you will see a bunch of blacks with those same features and most of them could not tell you at all what is in their lineage. They are just black. Descendants of slaves. That’s it. End of story.

total23 June 6, 2010 at 2:22 pm

To Fuzzybear

Lol, I Was Never Mad Or Upset At You. Don’t Let My Typing Scare You, I Onmly Type Like This Because Its A Habit And I Like It This Way!

And Yes I Do Know That There Are A Group Of Black People That Have Those Features, But The Black People I See With Those Features Always Had Something In Them. I Usually Compare Them With The Black African People(Ghanians, Nigerians) Who Don’t Have Those Features.

Basically What I’m Saying Is That I Don’t Usually See The Black African People With Those Features Comparing To The Black People Who Are Living In The Americas; I’m Not Saying That All Of Them Have Those Features Though!

P.S. I Was Never Mad Or Upset With You. I Like Watching Or Reading Drama, Not Being In It!….Lol

fuzzybear June 7, 2010 at 12:39 am

To total23

Who’s scared,come on you little hoodlum,I’ll take you on right now,LOL.Why do you just compare them to (Ghanians, Nigerians) people

total23 June 7, 2010 at 4:59 am

Because Those Are The Only Ones I Know! And It’s Kinda Weird, They Always Have A Little Debate Saying Nigeria Is “The Best”, “No Ghana Is The Best!”

fuzzybear June 7, 2010 at 5:06 am

To total23

Never heard about that

fuzzybear June 7, 2010 at 5:12 am

To Tess

Those white people you mention,Actually there’s a good chance they are

Bombpants June 7, 2010 at 7:58 am

those guys from Jersey shore are just clowns.

Ryldyl August 21, 2011 at 12:06 pm

Most of them on Jersey Shore have actually admitted to being part black and as we all know, but many don’t like to admit, some Italians and most Sicilians have been heavily dosed with African genes over the past millenium. Snooki is actually 100% Chilean, which isn’t saying much.

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