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Raven-Symone Doesn’t Want to be Gay or African-American



Word to the wise … don’t call Raven-Symone gay or Black.

The former Cosby kid sat down with Oprah for her Where Are They Now? series and Raven opened up about her “amazing relationship” with a women, but quickly told Lady O she doesn’t like to be labeled gay. “I don’t need language, I don’t need a categorizing statement for it. I don’t want to be labeled ‘gay’. I want to be labeled a human who loves humans.”

Oh, and while we’re talking labels, the That’s So Raven actress also stated she doesn’t like the “African-American” label either. “I’m not an African-American. I’m an American,” Raven told Oprah.

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Inside LeToya Luckett’s Intimate Weekend Wedding!



Congratulations to LeToya Luckett! The singer/ actress and her fiance Texas businessman Tommicus Walker tied the knot over the weekend in Austin, TX.

According to Essence, the pair said ‘I do’ on Sunday at the Villa Antonia, a sprawling mansion in the canyons of Texas Hill Country.

Pastor John Gray, who is a dear friend of Luckett’s, officiated their wedding ceremony, while Tank sang “At Last” as Luckett walked down the aisle.

Luckett’s bestie Eudoxie Bridges (pictured below) was one of two matrons of honor, while the grooms brother’s Tamarcus Joe Walker and Treoun Walker, were the best men.

Luckett wore a custom Vera Wang gown for the wedding while her husband donned a Tom Ford jacket and pants by Ermenegildo Zegna. For the reception she changed into a beautiful white lace gown, while Walker wore a burgundy suit.

Guests included Ludacris, Luckett’s former Destiny’s Child bandmate, Latavia Roberson and Michelle Williams, NBA player Dahntae Jones and his wife Valeisha Butterfieild.

Luckett was previously married in 2016 to motivational speaker Rob Hill Sr, but pulled the plug just three months later.

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