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In “A Madea’s Christmas”, “ the “Have and Have Nots” star Tika Sumpter is secretly married to a NYU agriculture graduate who also happens to be White.
While there is absolutely nothing wrong with interracial dating, I find it odd that two major productions released during the holidays chose to represent these images.
The implications are far more than just characters in film.
When you take attractive women such as Nia Long and TIka Sumpter and pair them with good looking White men, you’re not just selling movies, you’re being suggestive.
By Oghene Omonisa There is evident increase in interracial dating in the US, and also across Europe, many of which lead to marriage.