chescaleigh:

This is officially the last time I’m going to address this kind of foolishness. My husband’s race does not negate my blackness or mean that I’m self hating. And believe it or not, my online presence doesn’t mean you know me or what goes on in my life or relationship. I am still black when I wake up and when I go to sleep. Nothing is going to change that, nor do I want that. My husband, (the amazing man that none of you Internet critics know) does not change that.
If you feel some kinda way about me using my online presence to talk about black issues, I encourage you to pick up a camera and make your own videos. The Internet is here for everyone to use. I am not better than you or more qualified to speak about any issue just because I’m popular on the Internet. So instead of wasting time worrying about what I’m doing or not doing right, put that energy into doing positive something yourself. I know I make a difference and I’m proud of the work I do online and off. My husband being white does not change the positive impact I set out to make and have made.

circumstances are why folks choose their partners. if black guy find success and riches, he ends up in situations where he is around success and riches or individuals that are invited to be around success and riches. that is why these athletes end up with these white ladies, its not that said athlete desired white women more its that theyre the ones around. so Chesca man was around, she saw him, he saw her, and shit went down. not to get her personal business out but im sure thats how relationships work out. at least my 14 year relationship has. weve been married for 11. i desire the curvy sexy sultry voice woman. my wife was skinny (athletic) and with a voice like Minnie Mouse but shit went down. im happy.

chescaleigh:

This is officially the last time I’m going to address this kind of foolishness. My husband’s race does not negate my blackness or mean that I’m self hating. And believe it or not, my online presence doesn’t mean you know me or what goes on in my life or relationship. I am still black when I wake up and when I go to sleep. Nothing is going to change that, nor do I want that. My husband, (the amazing man that none of you Internet critics know) does not change that.

If you feel some kinda way about me using my online presence to talk about black issues, I encourage you to pick up a camera and make your own videos. The Internet is here for everyone to use. I am not better than you or more qualified to speak about any issue just because I’m popular on the Internet. So instead of wasting time worrying about what I’m doing or not doing right, put that energy into doing positive something yourself. I know I make a difference and I’m proud of the work I do online and off. My husband being white does not change the positive impact I set out to make and have made.

circumstances are why folks choose their partners. if black guy find success and riches, he ends up in situations where he is around success and riches or individuals that are invited to be around success and riches. that is why these athletes end up with these white ladies, its not that said athlete desired white women more its that theyre the ones around. so Chesca man was around, she saw him, he saw her, and shit went down. not to get her personal business out but im sure thats how relationships work out. at least my 14 year relationship has. weve been married for 11. i desire the curvy sexy sultry voice woman. my wife was skinny (athletic) and with a voice like Minnie Mouse but shit went down. im happy.