Tona and Ayeni’s solution is a space where the under-connected blend socially.The Meld mission is to bring these disparate groups of Black professionals onto a single platform for social and romantic discovery.
“Keke Palmer, she straight,” the grill-wearing 20-year-old says. But I don’t really like Black girls like that, sorta kinda.” He expressed his interest in Jennifer Lopez, Taylor Swift, Arianna Grande, Cardi B.
and Kyle Jenner during the stream as well as Nicki Minaj, even though he said she had been “ran through.” This isn’t the first time Kodak has exposed his color-stuck ways.
He made his preference clear in his 2016 song “Fresh Out (My Struggle).” “Where them yellow bones?
/ I don’t want no Black b—- / I’m already Black / Don’t need no Black b—-,” he rapped.
“I Prefer Them To Have A Lighter Complexion Than Me.” He completed the post with the hashtags #My Preference and #F—You.
I Love Black African American Women Its Just Not My Forte To Deal With A "DARKSKIN" Woman I Prefer Them To Have A Lighter Complexion Than Me #My Preference #Fuck You A post shared by Project Baby (@kodakblack) on Criticism came after Kodak answered fans’ questions about his dating preferences on Instagram Live last week.In response to Kodak’s live-stream admission, Black women declared he was never on their radar in the first place.Adler said the phrase, “guerilla effect,” has been used in tennis for decades and took Williams’ comment that she “[pays] attention and address situations that are noteworthy,” to indicate what he said was “nothing.” ESPN requested the commentator to apologize on air and removed him from his remaining assignments before ultimately firing Adler. The rapper posted an Instagram video early Monday, June 26, with a caption that said he has no problem with Black women but prefers not to date ladies who have dark skin.“I Love Black African American Women Its Just Not My Forte To Deal With A ‘DARKSKIN’ Woman,” he wrote.If you like a profile, you hit the “meld” button on the right; if not, go left to “pass.” If that member has also “melded” you… Instead of 150 characters to explain who you are, Meld shares your current job title from Linked In.