Raven Symone COMES OUT to Oprah

 

“I’m tired of being labeled,” announced 28-year-old Raven Symone during her interview with MUVA Oprah Winfrey on, “Oprah: Where are they Now?”
On Oct 5, former child star who SERVED SASS in, “the Cosby show,” and movies like, “Dr. Doolittle,” SERVED her SEXUALITY when questioned by Oprah.
“I’m in an amazing relationship with my partner — a woman — and on the other side, my mother, and people in my family have taught me to keep my personal life to myself as much as possible so I try my best to hold the fence where I can. But I am proud to be who I am and what I am,” SPILLED Ray Ray.
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Her PARTNER is America’s Next Top Model contestant AzMarie Livingston.

 

 “That’s So Raven,” also gave Oprah THE DROP revealing that she knew “who she was” (sexually) by the TENDER age of 12.
“On that topic of dating and love, I knew when I was 12. I was looking at everything (boys and girls). I don’t need language, I don’t need a categorized statement for it. I don’t want to be labeled ‘gay’. I am a human who is human.”
OKAY.
MUVA Raven CAME FOR labels even hoarded when she expressed her distaste for being called, “African American.”
Ray made Op CLUTCH HER PEARLS with the statement,”I’m tired of being labelled. I’m an American! I’m not an African-American. I’m an American.”

 

“Oh Lord Girl! Don’t set this Twitter on fire. What did you just say??? [jokes] Stop the tape right now,” said MUVA Winfrey.
But Raven and her multicolored hair WAS NOT there to HOLD HER TONGUE.
“I will say this: I don’t know where my roots go to. I don’t know how far back they go. I can’t go on…ya know… I don’t know how far back and I don’t know what country in Africa I’m from. But I do know my roots are in Louisiana. I’m an American. And that’s a colorless person because we are all people.”
Ray BROKE IT DOWN even further to the MUVA of television with:
“I have lots of things running through my veins. I don’t label myself. What I mean by that is I’m An American. I have darker skin. I have a nice interesting grade of hair. I connect with Caucasian, I connect with Asian, I connect with Black, I connect with Indian. I connect with each culture. Aren’t we all [a melting pot in one body]? Isn’t that what America is suppose to be? That’s what it’s suppose to be. I personally feel that way.”
Though her choosing to denounce her label as, “African American,” may cause a STIR, Raven Symone STOOD by her word and STOOD for SOMETHING in this EXCLUSIVE interview.
YOU BETTER GO HEAD Girl!

 

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MUVA knows best.

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