Following his participation in Master P's celebrity basketball game in New Orleans yesterday (June 29), the "Tunnel Vision" rapper spoke with a reporter, where he was asked about his controversial comments about black women.During the conversation, he compares his preference of woman with a lighter complexion to those that like women who are a certain weight."I'm an average dude cause I don't see myself no better than him, no better than him, you know, or no less than him. Light skin women, we can break 'em down more easy, you know what I'm saying?Any person(s) who finds this reference offensive to their baguette or pita bread is purely coincidental and in no way represents the intention of the writer.We are equal opportunity consumers of all kinds of sources of complex carbohydrates.But that’s what we have now with the recently launched app Smoochr.Created by Larry Kenebrew Jr., the app boasts that unlike regular dating sites, marketed to Black people, they want to insure that you’re paired with people who you know, before you start chatting, have similar lifestyles and interests as you. According to the website, Smoochr is different because: “On smoochr, you can connect with single of many different black belief systems like Rastafarians, Hebrew Israelites, and people who practice African spirituality.Some of us have skin tone preferences, so you can search black singles by complexion.Views lets you answer some serious moral questions that are relative to the black experience.
Some of us do have hair and skin tone preferences when it comes to dating people within our community.Disclaimer: When we say “wheatish” it has nothing to do with the look of your tortilla or bread.