Are Those Your Real Eyes?? Celebs With Gorgeous Light Eyes

February 10, 2014  |  
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Whether it be the big screen or television, these celebrities stand out from all others because of their stunning eyes, which we are proud to say are not contacts. Check out these Black celebs with light eyes that make us swoon — and jealous — all at the same time.

Stacey Dash

Stacey Dash

Stacey Dash starred in a couple episodes of “The Cosby Show” and “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” early on in her career but her big break came in 1995’s Clueless as the self-centered Dionne Davenport, opposite Alicia Silverstone and Brittany Murphy. Part Barbadian, African-American and Mexican, the former “Single Ladies” star caught a lot of flack in 2012 for endorsing Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Using her platform to express her conservative views, Dash also criticized Jay Z and Beyonce for their 2013 trip to Cuba.

Michael Ealy

Michael Ealy

Michael Ealy got his start in the acting business by starring in several off-Broadway productions before switching over to the silver screen. While he has remained busy in his professional life, the Think Like A Man star has always been protective of his private life. With his chiseled jawbone and light blue eyes, Ealy has been romantically linked to Halle Berry and rapper Eve. In 2012, Ealy married his girlfriend of four years in a private ceremony in Los Angeles. He is currently starring in Fox’s hour-long drama “Almost Human.”

Denise Vasi

Denise Vasi

Before she became a regular on “All My Children,” Denise Vasi’s face was already known for gracing the pages of numerous fashion magazines. Vasi starred on the popular soap opera as Randi Hubbard from 2008 until the long-running show went off of the air in 2011. The light-eyed Brooklyn native was brought onto the second season of “Single Ladies” to replace another green-eyed actress: Stacey Dash. Vasi also starred in the 2011 film What’s Your Number? alongside funny lady Anna Faris.

Ty Dolla Sign

Ty Dolla Sign

Ty Dolla $ign is more than just a singer/rapper. Signed to Wiz Khalifa’s Taylor Gang Records, he can also play the bass guitar, drums and keyboard and has also served as producer for several of his own projects. The hazel-eyed, dreadlocked California native has released a couple mixtapes but most recently dropped his highly anticipated Beach House EP last month. He is expected to release his debut album later this year.

Vanessa Williams

Vanessa Williams

In 1983 Vanessa Williams made history by becoming the first Black woman to be crowned Miss America. She can credit that feat to her stunning good looks and beautiful blue eyes. On a mission to find out exactly what her genetic make up was, the “Ugly Betty” actress had her DNA analyzed several years ago and found out she was 13% Finnish and 11% southern European. Light eyes run in the Williams’ family; her brother fellow actor Chris Williams also has blue eyes.

Leona Lewis

Leona Lewis

British singer Leona Lewis always wanted to sing. Trained in opera before moving on to jazz and blues, the “Bleeding Love” singer gained international recognition by winning the third season of UK’s “The X Factor” in 2006. Lewis can credit her light eyes to her mixed racial background. The 28-year-old’s father is of African-Guyanese descent while her mother is mixed with Welsh, Irish and Italian.

Raven-Symone

Raven-Symone

At the tender age of three years old, actress Raven-Symone stole America’s heart as the precocious Olivia on the hit sitcom “The Cosby Show.” Since then she’s managed to find steady work in Hollywood both on television and the silver screen. Very guarded about her private life, the 28-year-old has continued to dodge questions about her sexuality even as she was rumored to be dating former “America’s Next Top Model” AzMarie Livingston. But the “That’s So Raven” star’s comments on legalizing gay marriage last year seemed to put the speculation to rest by confirming the rumors.

Jesse Williams

Jesse Williams

Actor Jesse Williams had a few guest appearances under his belt by the time he joined ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy” in the sixth season. As the hunky, light-eyed Dr. Jackson Avery, he gave fans a new reason to tune into the show. While making an appearance on “The Wendy Williams Show,” he revealed that his father is Black and his mother is Swedish American. Williams wed his longtime girlfriend in September 2012 and the couple recently welcomed their first child two months ago.

Gary Dourdan

Gary Dourdan

Gary Dourdan first gained attention as Shazza Zula, the afro-centric and socially conscious brother on “A Different World” but fans will also recognize him as Janet Jackson’s love interest in her “Again” music video. The 47-year-old is of African-American, American Indian, Jewish, French, Irish, and Scottish ancestry and can credit that mixed racial make-up for his light and dreamy eyes. The “CSI” star has struggled with drugs in recent years and filed for bankruptcy in 2012.

Tyra Banks

Tyra Banks

Supermodel Tyra Banks suffered from ugly duckling syndrome when she was younger but all of that changed when she sprouted three inches and lost over 30 pounds in just a matter of three months. Getting her start in modeling at 15 years old, the green eyed, long-legged beauty went on to have an illustrious career in front of the camera before helping aspiring models achieve their own dreams with “America’s Next Top Model.” Most recently, the 40-year-old has been romantically to fashion photographer Erik Asla.

Smokey Robinson

Smokey Robinson

With his silky smooth voice, killer good looks, green eyes and wavy hair, Smokey Robinson was destined to be a big star. He was the founder and frontman for the group The Miracles for over15 years before forging out on his own as a solo artist. Robinson enjoyed a long career that has spanned over decades. In 1989, the “Being With You” singer published Inside My Life, a memoir about his life that included details about his drug use and subsequent recovery.

Jada Pinkett-Smith

Jada Pinkett-Smith

At an early age, Jada Pinkett-Smith showed a passion for the arts and as a result she was enrolled in piano, tap and ballet lessons. At the Baltimore School for the Arts, she met and became lifelong friends with future rapper turned actor Tupac Shakur. The diminutive light-eyed star had a breakout performance in Keenan Ivory Wayans’ 1994 A Low Down Dirty Shame following a stint on “A Different World” for two seasons. The Set It Off star is of African-American, West Indian, Creole, and Portuguese-Jewish ancestry.

Terrence Howard

Terrence Howard

Actor Terrence Howard had his first major starring role in 1995’s Mr. Holland’s Opus but it wasn’t until almost ten years and a dozen roles later that Hollywood finally started to pay attention to him. After receiving much acclaim and accolade for his role in the 2004 film Crash, the hazel-eyed star grabbed his first Academy award nomination as pimp turned rapper Djay in the 2005 film Hustle & Flow. While he’s had much success with his professional life, his personal life hasn’t had the same luck. After several arrests for domestic violence, the twice-divorced actor recently married wife number three after one month of dating.

Eva Marcille

Eva Marcille

Before she was Eva Marcille, she was known as Eva Pigford, winner of the third cycle of “America’s Next Top Model.” While her modeling career was shifting into overdrive, the Los Angeles native changed managers and her name and began to focus on her acting career. Marcille dated Lance Gross (whom she was also engaged to) and rapper Flo Rida before meeting singer/songwriter Kevin McCall. She recently gave birth to her first child last month.

Regina King

Regina King

For five seasons she was known as Brenda Jenkins on the 80’s sitcom “227” and since then actress Regina King has gone on to star in a multitude of films and television shows. Married for a decade, the divorced mother of one was romantically involved with fellow former television teenaged star Malcolm Jamal Warner. In between juggling her recurring role on the CBS sitcom “The Big Bang Theory,” the hazel-eyed star will once again serve as the voice for both Huey and Riley Freeman on the adult cartoon series “The Boondocks,” which is slated to begin its fourth season this spring.

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  • WinkiePo

    Stacey Dash is still so gorgeous.

  • Voice of Reason

    This list is too stupid…

  • GetItRightDawg

    Really trips me out that so many websites comment on Ty’s eye color and yet no one notices his eyes are different heights.

  • BIG BAKED APPLE

    I’m not a diplomat when it comes to Blackness (for lack of a better word). Lupita exemplifies the standard of Black beauty, any deviation should be celebrated separately. I don’t buy the “all shapes and shades” crap, I don’t care about the 3/100,000 continental Black Africans they found with Light eyes a/o light skin. There is a reason why Red and Pink aren’t considered the same color even though the latter is a mix of the first and white. To dismiss why it is necessary to have an exclusive, physical standard for Blackness is a desperate attempt to retain privilege (if not for yourself then the light people you’ve birthed or screwed). It’s a new day people, paper bags and blue veins be damned.

  • MissZindzi Marksman

    Up next: “Celebrities Who Got Indian in Dey Famlee”, and “Celebrities Who Can Pass a Paper Bag Test” -______-

  • Good Grief

    When this site makes a post about people with gorgeous brown eyes, I’ll give credence to your position. Otherwise it’s a moot point. No one is hating on any Black person with light eyes. If MN would’ve simply put up a post about celebs with light eyes, there wouldn’t have been any issues with the article. But using the word gorgeous was wrong on many levels. When you’re running a business, you should remain neutral and not seek to alienate any of your users. Words like flawless, baddest, perfect, etc, should not be used when some may not agree, no matter who it’s used for. We’ll agree to disagree.

  • Tali

    I’m trying so hard to find the author’s IG or Twitter page. Someone needs to go AWF on her about this incredibly ridiculous and ignorant article!!!! Iva Anthony is her name…

  • Ada

    I am African..Nigerian to be exact..can trace my ancestors back to the 1400’s and i am light skinned with Hazel Green eyes..My Sister is Dark skinned with the same. Need to celebrate all our hues and stop segregating..we are one..Shalom Oh and the eye colour thing is very common in Africa..

    • Junebug123

      Yes you are right all features except straight hair can be found in Africa

  • I don’t know who Ty Dolla $ign is, but he shole is cute. And now that I know that he plays multiple instruments I’m loving him even more.

    • Chey

      LOL he sure is! Radio stations in my city are playing his music like crazy, but this is my first time seeing him.

    • Trisha_B

      He sure is! Omg lol I listen to his song Paranoid all the time but never seen him.

      • Get higher standards

        That man is not cute and looks like a thug with all those tats. Get some higher standards ladies.

        • Trisha_B

          I can like whatever & whoever I like!! Just b/c we think he’s cute doesn’t mean we want to jump in bed w/ him! Smh

  • Dee

    for all of you who are saying that having light eyes in a “white” or “european” trait stop it. My mother has light eyes and she is def not mixed. it is what it is

  • enlightenment

    I don’t see why everyone is making such a big to-do about this list. I find black people with light eyes appealing because of the contrast. Brown skin and light eyes. Blue, green, gray eyes is just more striking on Black people (as opposed to white ppl) for that very reason in my opinion.

    • And even more stryking when the black person is dark skinned like Donnie Simpson (the younger readers can look him up). I grew up with a brown skinned girl with the biggest green eyes you ever want to see. Talk about gorgeous. A friend of mine had a dark skinned daugher who was a natural red head. Also gorgeous.

    • Trisha_B

      I think It has more to do w/ the choice of words vs the content. I don’t have a problem w/ light eyes lol. I love eyes lmao. If you have nice eyes (the shape, the color, how big/small they are) in contrast w/ your skin tone & face shape , you got my attention. But the choice of words MN used was just so wrong.

      • youallareenvious

        MN has celebratred the beauty of dark skin, natural hair, full figured-ness and fat. Using words like beautiful and gorgeous. Lately every other day seems to feature an article about Lupita Nyoug beauty. I dont see any bias here.

        • Trisha_B

          True. For me, the work choice of “jealous” was just too much. Why should be jealous of others lol. But I do get what your saying

        • skymathew

          BECAUSE SHE LOOK ORIGINAL,NOT TAINTED WITH SOMETHING ELSE.

      • enlightenment

        Got it. Yeah that “jealous” bit was a bit much.

  • skymathew

    WOOOOOW,BLACKPEOPLE SAY THEY DISAGREE WITH RACSM,BUT AT THE SAME DAM TIME THEY ARE PROMOTEING IT. BLACKPEOPLE ON THIS BLOG IS PUTTING
    WHITEPEOPLE FEATURES ABOVE THEIRS WOULD BE SUPPORTING THE SAME
    RACISM THAT THEY SO CALL OPPOSE.

    • youallareenvious

      Wooooow. Can you explain how you came to the conclusion that when black people appreciate the beauty of their own people that they are supporting racism and white people features. Many African Americans have white, Native American, or Chinese genes. Im sure you have a drop. Therefore, we may not share the same featutes as our African brothers and sisters. This causes us to have different features. Is that ok with you? But you are saying we cant be attracted to our own people. How very white supremist of you

      • skymathew

        SO YOU WANT ME TO EXPLAIN: IF YOU ARE BLACK,AND THIS IS WHAT
        YOU PUT ON YOUR APPLICATION,AND ITS ON YOUR BIRTHCERTICATE
        WHY IN THE HELL WOULD YOU REP WHITE,CHINESE,OR ANY OTHER
        BLOOD WHEN YOU ARE BLACK.THE FACT IS THAT THE WHITE BEAUTY
        STANDARDS ARE SOO DEEP INSIDE OF THE MAJORITY OF BLACKPEOPLE THAT THEY DONT EVEN REALIZE THAT THEY ARE
        PRACTICEING WHITE SUPREMECY.WHO DO WE TREAT BETTER IN OUR
        RACE,OR TRUST THE MOST ?.ITS BLACKS THAT HAVE THE STRONGEST EUROPEAN FEATURES WITH THE LIGHTEST EYES ARE
        TRUSTED AND EXCEPTED THE MOST WITHOUT EARNING THE RESPECT OR ENTITLEMENT IN OUR RACE.

  • blackrose

    Some of these articles just baffle me. So if your eyes are not light are they not gorgeous? So basically in 2014 we still feel that having white features sets up above the rest of our brothers and sisters

  • knik

    Why are light eyes so gorgeous? Is it because they are usually features of European? Sad how these magazine professing love for black people are always pointing out non black features as beautiful or gorgeous ! Mixed messages or what?

  • kb

    I quite enjoyed the post. I will say the only thing I “envy” about white people is that they have a higher occurrence of light eyes! They are beautiful, and if we are secure in ourselves we can appreciate different peoples beauty. Indian hair anyone? Doesn’t mean we don’t love ourselves 🙂
    BTW- i think dark skin is just as striking!

    • skymathew

      WHEN A PERSON GO BLIND,THERE EYES TURN BLUE,WHAT SO GEORGOUS
      ABOUT THAT. BLUE EYES IS A GENETIC INFERIOR MUTATION LIKE BLONDE
      HAIR ON A ALBINO. THERE IS NOTHING BEAUTIFUL ABOUT MUTATED STATE
      THAT GOD DID NOT CREATE,BUT I AM SURE YOU WOULD DISAGREE BECAUSE
      OF YOUR SELF HATE .

      • Rochelle

        So many people do not know this. When it comes to science and health most know nothing. Often eyes turn blue when a person is sick or about to die. It happened to my uncle and great uncle. Both were dead within two years. OPEN A BOOK PEOPLE! TURN OFF THE IDIOT BOX AND DRINKING THE KOOL-AID!

  • bozack69

    Is having light eyes some sort of special gift. Light eyes makes one ‘gorgeous’. To even suggest that someone Is ‘jealous’ of someone with light eyes shows you have drunk the kool-aid!!

    • youallareenvious

      The original comment I responded to had nothing to do with attraction. Nor did my response. It has to do with people hating on our own people because they have light eyes. Clearly you have drunken the kool aid since you are approving the act of division amongst us. And if I was attracted to someone because of their light eyes, is that wrong? Or should I only be attracted to dark eyes. Division, division.
      It’s amazing to me how some in our community has a problem with our differences

  • Gingerbread31

    I never thought I would find an article such as this, on this site. Whomever wrote this should re-consider freelance writing and try something in cosmetics as this article screams made-up!

    • KnowledgeIsPower

      Whatever editor allowed them to post it is REALLY the question!

  • ChiTown Princess

    My husband and our son has hazel eyes as well but my husband tells me he wishes he had my dark brown eyes and been saying that for 16 years, LBVS.

  • FOH

    I don’t get it. What’s with you putting the word “gorgeous” in the title? Do you plan on doing a post on celebs with “gorgeous” brown eyes? This entire post is a part of the mental enslavement of our people. Glorifying and praising people for a trait that is not common in most Blacks, thereby kowtowing to the belief that others are “gorgeous” and if we happen to have this uncommon trait like them, we are/can be “gorgeous” too.

    • toni

      So because it’s not common it cant be mentioned. How very uniting of you…. our people are made of many colors, shapes, sizes, hair textures, etc. Too bad people like you want to divide by sprouting nasty comments…yes, your comment is nasty, instead of accepting our dfferences. Did you feel this way about the article about beautiful dark skinned women that was posted last week?

      Btw, Im dark skinned with dark eyes and am in the process of going natural. I love all my bros and sis and dont mind any articles that celebrates our beauty

    • Rochelle

      Well you pretty much broke it all the way down. LOL. Very true. But sometimes, no matter how many times you tell some stupid black people why they think and act the way that they do (media brainwashing and enslavement), it falls on deaf ears. I see beauty in all people. However, just because someone’s eyes are light or their skin is light, does not make them “beautiful” or striking. There are a lot of good examples in this post. Another example: Nicole Ari Parker. I have liked some black men with lighter eyes, but it was not because of that. They just had symmetrical features, which is what really makes a person attractive, facially at least. I have seen online profiles of men highlighting their light eyes. Guys that are NOT attractive in the least. Saw one of an overweight, double chinned, receding hair lined man named “green eyed bandit”. Not surprisingly he only had close ups of the color of his eyes. -_____-

  • Trisha_B

    -____-

  • nosrednakal

    Not only light-skinned blacks have naturally light eyes-nor do we have to explain them by mentioning European ancestry. My BFF, my ex-husband are dark chocolate with beautiful light green & hazel eyes. My untee and 2 of her kids also do, and although there is certainly a melting pot going on there-it’s not close enough in relation to use is as an explanation.

    • Rochelle

      You ever heard of recessive genes? Please open a book and look it up. Light eyes come from recessive, “weaken” genes.

      • youallareenvious

        So we should be ashamed of recessive genes?? Why??? Because white people have them??? I dont get that. Explain to me why we should be ashamed of our beauty, our shades, our genes. We should be ashamed that people like you in our community promote division while claimimg to love blackness.

      • Nene

        Or mutations. Blacks skin and eye color have changed do to mutations. At one time
        everyone had brown skin, hair and eyes until they mutated after we
        changed our environment and diet. Research and watch “Hidden Colors 1
        and 2”. Watch this documentary called “Human Family Tree”, it’s good. It tells you all about human genetics. Black people are the only group of people who can be born bright white or dark as midnight, with eye color ranging from light blue to hazel or dark brown.

  • CheckPlz

    Next on MadameNoire: “Celebs with Gorgeous Fingernail Beds,” followed by “Long Hair Don’t Care: Celebs With Flake-Free Scalps”

    • morelow

      I agree. These countdowns are stupid.

      • Britt

        I’m just surprised they didn’t put their Queen Rihanna on this list…. *shrugs*

        • Ka

          Rihanna wears colored contacts, that’s why.

          • WinkiePo

            I’m pretty sure her real eye color is green.

    • youallareenvious

      If this was a countdown about beautiful dark skinned or natural hair celebs no one would complain. Can you spell J E A L O U S

      • Gingerbread31

        Why would anyone have to be jealous of this post. HELLO, we live in a world where we can buy any body part of our choice. @CheckPlz, was referring to the content, not the characters in this post. You must be the author!

        • Nene

          Lol.

      • skymathew

        ITS NOT JEALOUSLY.JUST DONT WANT TO PROMOTE WHITE GENETICS
        IN BLACKSKIN.ITS ABOUT SELF LOVE,NOT SELF HATE.

        • youallareenvious

          Guess what, we have white genetics in us. It’s why we have different features and shades of skin and eye color. Does that make us less? We want to be proud, yet, we dont want to celebrate our differences. So what should we celebrate only dark skin, full lips, brown eyes? How about we celebrate all of our shades and features? Like I said, if this was about dark skin beauty, people wouldnt complain, but because it’s about light people have issues. Our people come in different hues. Embrace it. Dont deny it because it’s white genetics. Who are you to make our own people feel less then? I see it as hate when it shouldnt be.

          • Good Grief

            Enough with the “we all have white in us” bs. It’s redundantly unnecessary, like saying all white people have Black in them (which they do). Biracial people, with one Black parent are automatically labeled Black by whites. But why do so many of us allow whites to throw a label on people based off r a c I s t beliefs from s l a v e r y that one drop of Black makes you Black? Biracial people are just that, Biracial. I don’t expect children to denounce either side of their genetic make up, or think ill of one of their parent’s because of it. With that being said, Black people born from two Black parents, with dark skin, broad noses, thick lips and natural dark brown eyes, should not feel less than, unpretty, ordinary or unremarkable because our society glamorizes white/light, and praises everything but us. That includes praising those Blacks that possess Eurocentric features that conform to their ideal of beauty. White “beauty” and Blacks with similar features to them, are gushed about everyday in the media (think Halle Berry, Beyonce of today, and Dorothy Dandrige, Lena Horne, Vanessa Williams and Josehine Baker from the past). It’s rare, like once in a blue moon, when someone like Alek Wek or Lupita Nyong are seen as beautiful, exotic or stunning.

            • youallareenvious

              Because it’s rare that women like me with dark skin and “black features” are seen as beautiful or stunning doesnt mean that we, as a people, should belittle and isolate our light brothers and sisters. Our own people say that we are self haters for being attracted to BLACK PEOPLE with light skin or light eyes. This article is about celebrating BLACK PEOPLE with light eyes. Yet, it’s receiving shade. If this article was about the beauty of AlecWek and Lupita Nyong, would it receive shade? Nope. Why? I operate in a manor that sees beauty in all of my people. Not just the dark ones like me.

              I dont allow the media to dictate whether or not my full lips and dark skin is considered beautiful. And Im tired of OUR OWN PEOPLE blaming the media for the hatred and lack of self esteem within our community. There is no excuse to attack YOUR OWN PEOPLE who are lighter. Your comment clearly suggests that because the media idolizes light beauty that that is a reason why we can dog one another. The media is so powerful that you will allow it to dictate how you feel about people in your community?

              • Good Grief

                You obviously didn’t understand my post. Nowhere did I say light skin Blacks or Blacks with light eyes should be discriminated against. Nor did I say they should be belittled or isolated. Why would they? They are seen by society as the most palatable and acceptable of our race. Just look at any scientific study that show Blacks of a darker hue are judged negatively because of it, i.e. more violent, argumentative, “ghetto” and unattractive. Dark skin men get the worst of it, cause they’re seen as “scary” which is used to justify the violence towards them (Trayvon Martin). But, back on track. This article is receiving shade because it glorifies something that is not common in most Black people, by focusing on it as being a form of beauty. Just because your eyes are light, doesn’t make them beautiful. Me personally, I find dark soulful eyes beautiful. The Black race has always accepted and celebrated light skin Blacks (see the names I posted previously). That’s nothing new, so please don’t make it seem as though light skin Blacks are downtrodden upon.

              • everythingl

                Actually the reason people wouldn’t challenge articles about Alek Wek and Lupita is because Alek and Lupita counter white supremacist hegemony in beauty standards and culture. False equivalence is the opposite of critical thinking and logic.

              • mindyourownbusiness

                How are black people with light skin and light eyes “belittled or isolated” when they are practically the only black people ever seen on TV or in movies?

            • sabecb2014

              That’s is very true well said.

            • Chris games

              but you’re gay

          • skymathew

            IF WE SAY WE ARE BLACK,BLACK SHOULD BE ACROSS THE BOARD
            IN EVERYTHING ABOUT US.THE FIRST LIGHT SKINNED BABY
            CAME ABOUT FROM ALBINISM,AND THE SECOND TYPE OF LIGHT BABY CAME THROUGH VIDILAGO,AND THIRD THROUGH
            RAPE.YOU HAVE TO REALIZE THAT A LOT OF NONEBLACK
            BLOOD WAS BROUGHT ABOUT IN AFRICAN AMERICANS TO
            APPEASE THE WHITE RACIST FOR HOUSE NEGROES AND
            BEDWENCHES,AND THE CORPORATION THAT ARE ACTUALLY
            THE NEW PLANTATIONS PROMOTE AS SUCH. AND BY THE
            WAY WHEN GOD MADE THE AFRICANS.HE DID NOT MAKE THEM WITH WHITE FEATURES AND IF THEY DID HAVE WHITE FEATURES,IT WAS A DISABLING GENETIC INFERIOR MUTATION
            OF THE SKIN AND EYES AND USUALLY THEY WOULD HAVE GOT KICKED OUT OF THE VILLAGE.BROWN EYES,FULL LIPS AND
            BLACK SKIN IS DOMINATE IN NATURE,SO WHY IN THE HELL
            WOULD ANYONE WANT TO CELEBRATE A FEATURE THAT IS INFERIOR,OR THESE SAME FEATURES HAVE BEEN USED TO
            DISCRIMINATE IN THE PAST,AND WILL BE USED IN THE
            FUTURE TO DISCRIMINATE ?.

          • sabecb2014

            That is so true I think we forget that especially white folks themselves forget that black are a mix of those white folk who raped African women they took to this country as slaves. Blacks wouldn’t exist if it wasn’t for the white guys who raped those Africans. The sad truth but it is what it is.

        • Dee

          Blue eyes run in people of african descent as well. check out http://kwekudee-tripdownmemorylane.blogspot.com/2013/02/blacks-with-blue-eyes-natural.html

          If you can’t see the link, google “Africans with blue eyes” or something like that

          • Nene

            look it up on YouTube. Black people are the originals. Blacks skin and eye color have changed do to mutations. At one time
            everyone had brown skin, hair and eyes until they mutated after we
            changed our environment and diet. Research and watch “Hidden Colors 1
            and 2”. Watch this documentary called “Human Family Tree”, it’s good. It tells you all about human genetics. Black people are the only group of people who can be born bright white or dark

            as midnight, with eye color ranging from light blue to hazel or dark

            brown.

          • hollyw

            Why would you feel the need to post this? I’m sure everybody of African descent already knitted this; everybody knows who Michael Ealy is. However, it’s extremely rare, as it’s a recessive gene. Anyone who passed Bio 101 knows that, as well…

            • Dee

              I can’t understand the point you’re trying to make in your post. Can you please reword it.

    • hollyw

      …more like, “… With The Blondest Highlights” or “… The Narrowest Nose Bridge!” MN knows exactly what they’re doing. #Next

      • KnowledgeIsPower

        Right! Cause WHY didn’t they have former Miss USA Kenya Moore?! She’s “light eyed” with chocolate cocoa skin and gorgeous features.

        #DoBetterMNAndEvaAnthony

        • MissZindzi Marksman

          I’m gonna go out on a limb here and say that it’s because her eyes aren’t naturally light. There are many darker-skinned people with light eyes. Kenya ain’t one of them.

          • KnowledgeIsPower

            Actually, I’m not so sure that’s true. You’ll be hard pressed to find pics of Kenya online with dark colored eyes (even back in the day). Who can keep their contact game like that for decades and NEVER be caught slippin? Even w contacts you need to give your eyes a rest at some point.

            Don’t get me wrong I know the whole her boobs and butt are fake but I think her eyes are hers..