A few days ago, Miami Dolphins lineman Richie Incognito was a stone-cold racist who bullied teammate Jonathan Martin. Now Dolphins players claim he was an “honorary Black man” in the locker room who isn’t racist. More sad than anything, no one white person should have all the power (and racial ignorance) that a “Black pass” gives them.
Here are ten white celebs who were given a “Black pass.” Take a look.
The iconic politician was widely-praised as the “first Black President” who won the hearts of Black America with an infectious swag and undeniable charm.
JT has a platinum “Black pass” that allowed him to rock glittery cornrows freely and dominate a 99% Black music genre (R&B).
Before rising to Pop stardom, Pink was a sassy Black woman who dropped a “Hoodrat&B” album on LaFace Records.
You know when white people say they can’t be racist because their best friend is Black? Well, Gwyneth’s BFF is Beyonce so yea…
Jason “White Chocolate” Williams
“White Chocolate” was a national obsession in his prime who broke down defenders and made impossible passes with ease. Top 5 coolest white boy ever? No question.
The legendary siren with the chocolate soul is one of a few who deserved a lifetime “Black pass.”
The beloved Blue-Eyed Soul crooner had a timeless voice that Black women (including your mama) couldn’t resist.
The sparkly-mouthed rapper had the hottest verse on southern classic “Still Tippin” and helped make gold grills a very real “thing.”