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Interviewer – Are you saying there are no successful black men to date?Serena : Of course not but lets face it, if Oprah would date outside of her race she would be married with children now. You can only offer shelter and love and watch as our neighbor’s pitbull protects his home and family.In it, tennis sensation Serena Williams slams African-American men (“Like a poor homeless dog”), predicting they will be obsolete in ten years once artificial insemination has become “as common and accessible as the flu shot,” identifies Oprah Winfrey as unmarried and childless because she “silently protests being stuck with such poor choices,” and tips us all to a “secret organization of women” (“mostly white”) that is waiting for “[T]he day when men are 100% Before anyone lets the tennis star’s purported comments get them too riled, it needs to be pointed out that this blood-boiler of an interview is a fake.At this time it is not known who penned it or why, but the exchange is fiction.Some may go as far as marriage to a black guy but they realize divorce is inevitable so they do not have children.Or they have children with one and don’t marry in order to preserve their wealth and good credit.Whoever decided to write this garbage does not know Serena Williams. I want to find out who is behind this, and have them prosecuted within the fullest extend of the law.
Where they wanted to be treated like a female sometimes.
Women who want sex will do it with whoever they want ( girl, guy, rich, poor, white, black) and go to the bank (the sperm bank) when they are ready to have children.
Even those who waited (like Oprah) will have fertilized eggs placed in Vitro. Everyone laughed at Michael Jackson but its becoming so popular now, that even poor blacks are getting work done…mostly breast reductions and liposuction. I want a man to be a man and I am not going to settle for less just to stay within racial boundaries.
Either of these two datapoints being unverifiable should have given pause; that both were missing should have sounded the alarm bells.
On 7 December 2004, nationally syndicated radio host Russ Parr passed along to his web site visitors the Serena Williams “interview.” (We’re told he also read the piece on air and later in the show had publicist on to refute it, but we can’t confirm that as we weren’t tuned in.) The next day he added to the previous offering by posting the statement from Serena Williams’ publicist.