During a recent interview with TMZ’s Van Lathan, Diggs said that at one point, he stopped dating white women altogether, for fear of how Black folks would react.
Now he’s unsure if he ever will, but stopped short of knocking the possibility completely.“I feel like I’ve had to deal with that for so long that it has changed what I think I like, or what I am attracted to,” the “Empire” actor explained.
I feel like I’ve had to deal with that so long its changed what I think I like, what I’m attracted to.
Diggs calls the experience “life-changing.” He’s definitely had fun during his 12-week run (which ends Sept.“When I was 13, I was reading a magazine and there was a picture of a black woman and I said, ‘Oh, she’s pretty, I want to marry her.’ And my mom said, ‘Oh honey, you’re going to marry a white woman.’ It hurt my feelings but she was right,” Diggs said. Diggs has been cast in a major role of The CW’s upcoming drama pilot inspired by the life of football player Spencer Paysinger, a high school football player from South Central L. –Boston police captured on video taunting Black man on the way to barber shop– Dearest #Taye Diggs, Do you know how many beautiful black Kings have come forward in Hollywood since “How Stella Got Her Groove Back? Now 44, he has gone on to star on TV in shows like Private Practice and movies like The Best Man.Broad-shouldered, handsome, and smart, he usually plays the guy that has every woman swooning.