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

- By Bossip Staff Categories: CELEBRITY, Entertainment, For Discussion
All_the_Best_(Tina_Turner_album) 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.
nm_malcolm_x_081104_ssh1 Malcolm X The iconic human rights activist who inspired a generation of militant thinkers was half Black, half Grenadian/White.
Men's Health Ranks The Hottest Women Of All Time 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.
6th Annual Essence Black Women in Hollywood luncheon held at the Beverly Hills hotel 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-Argyle-Culture-Fall-2010-3 Tyson Beckford The most famous “Black” male supermodel of his era is Afro-Jamaican, Panamanian and Chinese Jamaican.
mya-music-tt01 Mya Her thicky-thickness was born to a Black father and Italian-American mother.
smokey-robinson Smokey Robinson The light-eyed Soul legend is a classic ebony and ivory swirl.
T-Mobile Magenta Carpet at the 2011 NBA All-Star Game at L.A. Live Rick Fox The 3x NBA champion is half Bahamian, half Italian Canadian.
Melyssa-Ford Melyssa Ford The original professional video vixen is Afro-Barbadian and Russian-Norwegian.
MV5BMTMyMTE4NTA4MF5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTcwOTk4MDAxMw@@._V1._SX640_SY430_ Rachel True The bubbly actress with the lovable curls is half Black, half White.

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