Taye Diggs appeared on Van Lathan’s Red Pill Podcast and shared some not-so-great thoughts on the backlash he’s received from Black women over the years.
He says that the way Black women treated him for dating white women in the past has just about turned him away from dating white women in the future — and he doesn’t think that’s right.
Around the 29:00 mark of the show, Taye says:
“Yeah, I mean — deep down inside [there’s resentment]. I don’t wanna say I suppress it, but I just watch it and when it happens to you personally. Even though you understand the logic, there’s trauma there—I don’t know if I can ever mess with a white girl now. I don’t like that. That goes against who I am as a person feel like I’ve had deal with that so long it’s changed what I think I like, what I’m attracted to. …. It might be racist and I don’t wanna be racist—-I’m not racist, I wasn’t raised to look at someone’s race and be attracted to one race more than the other. I think any psychiatrist or therapist would say it’s textbook.”
Listen to Taye’s remarks below.