How Ya Going? 9 of Our Favorite Celebs Of Trinidadian Descent (There’s Some Surprises!)

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Nia Long

She’s said it many a time, but if you missed the memo, actress Nia Long is actually Afro-Trinidadian, as her mother, Talita, is from the island. While pregnant, Long could actually be seen with her family in Trinidad, snapping photos in Port-of-Spain and visiting extended family. Her favorite things about visiting Trinidad? As she told The Trinidad Express:  “We enjoyed lots of real coconut ice cream every evening from St James, and of course I love curry, so I had rotis every day! The food from Clyde’s Kitchen was amazing, so as you say here: I ate my belly full!”

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