My guess is that it was because the public didn’t know about Berry’s and Diana’s relationship and maybe they thought it would have tainted Diana’s rep, although many people in the music industry knew.
And since they’re on the subject of rappers, Meyers asks Ross about the times Kanye shouted her out in his lyrics.
Watching these two discuss Kanye — who they both clearly love — is pretty fun.
ILOSM fam’ many of us have watched Keyshia Cole’s unfortunate troubled relationship with her mother, Frankie, play out on television.
Nothing on sitcoms succeeds as well as the perfectly volleyed wisecrack.
“Although I am not a mother and a wife, I am a mixed woman and I do understand these feelings she’s going through,” she says. The idea for the show came from a conversation Anderson had with his 12-year-old son when he said, “Dad, I don’t feel black.” As the Johnson family in the show sees cultural identity co-opted by everyone from white recording artists to Asian dancers — and Anderson’s character has to cope with a son who’d rather play field hockey with his white friends than basketball — the writers explore what happens when your cultural frame of reference loses meaning.
“I think it’s great that they really love each other to the point that Andre’s insanity is actually charming to her,” Ross says.
For those who don’t know, Rhonda had often been referred to as Diana’s and Berry Gordy’s “love child” throughout the years.
She was the product of their undercover relationship that lasted for many years while ‘The boss’ Ms.
Stacey Dash has been married three times to all white men.
In 1999 she walked down the aisle with Brian Lovell and they were divorced by 2005. Her third marriage to Emmanuel Xuereb ended in divorce and a restraining order.
She married Robert Ellis Silberstein in 1971, the same year her oldest daughter was born.