Low-Key Swirly: 10 Celebs You Didn’t Know Were Mixed Part 3

- By Bossip Staff Categories: CELEBRITY, Entertainment, For Discussion


There were a lifetime worth of celebrity swirls to choose from so we made a 3-part series with this as the finale.

Here are ten more celebs who you (probably) didn’t know were mixed. Take a look.


Malcolm X

The iconic human rights activist who inspired a generation of militant thinkers was half Black, half Grenadian/White.

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Tina Turner

Beyonce’s greatest influence is Black, White and Native American.

Tracee Ross

Tracee Ellis Ross

Her mother is music icon Diana Ross. Her father is a Jewish actor/musician named Evan. Her half-brother is Evan Ross.

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Meagan Good

The beautiful Hollyweird bird–turned-Pastor’s wife claims she’s swirled with Black, Jewish, Cherokee and Puerto Rican. Or not.


Tyson Beckford

The most famous “Black” male supermodel of his era is Afro-Jamaican, Panamanian and Chinese Jamaican.



Her thicky-thickness was born to a Black father and Italian-American mother.


Smokey Robinson

The light-eyed Soul legend is a classic ebony and ivory swirl.

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Rick Fox

The 3x NBA champion is half Bahamian, half Italian Canadian.


Melyssa Ford

The original professional video vixen is Afro-Barbadian and Russian-Norwegian.


Rachel True

The bubbly actress with the lovable curls is half Black, half White.


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