“Real Housewives of Potomac” star Gizelle Bryant is opening up about her ex-husband, colorism and the possibility of remarrying.
In an exclusive interview with theJasmineBRAND, Bryant revealed that she first addressed the subject of colorism when her children were adolescents.
“When my children were young, they said that their mother was white. They would tell that to their friends,” she tells the outlet. “And, and one day they told me that and I was like, what do you mean. They were taking it from a child’s perspective of I’m white as in that’s the color of my skin, [and] not a race perspective. So, I was like, all them kids that you told I was white, you go back tomorrow and you tell them that your mommy is Black.”
She continues: “That then started the discussion of, yes, there is a such thing as [as] they got older, colorism within the Black community, which I hated because I’m just like we as a Black community have so much to deal with that I hate to ever see infighting,” Bryant explains. “I feel like we’re all in this together so we shouldn’t be picking at each other. If we’re all equal, and if in this country were treated equally then fine let’s have some infighting, but as of right now we don’t have time for that, at all.”
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Source: EUR Web