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Jamie and daughter Corinne

Congratulations are in order for actor Jamie Foxx, who is a dad for the second time! Jamie Foxx’s baby news was confirmed by actress Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon via the Wendy Williams show today.

When asked by Wendy Williams if she still has a close relationship with her former co-worker, Garcelle responded, “We saw each other Easter Sunday actually at a friend’s house and he came with his lovely daughter and he told me that he had a new baby. I said, ‘Wow, Jamie do I know the baby mama?’ and he goes, ‘ No.’ Then I go (jokingly,) ‘Do you know the baby mama?’

Jamie is already a father to a 15-year-old daughter named Corinne.

Watch the clip of Garcelle telling Wendy Williams about Jaimie’s baby news

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  1. If the rumors are true, I send out my heart-felt congrats to Jamie Foxx! He’s an amazing father to his beautiful 16 year old daughter and now he’s going to be a great father to this one! God Bless Jamie Foxx!

  2. One drop of black blood means you’re black. This IS SIMPLY NOT TRUE!!! This was created by hateful racists. We as Black people just eat it up. “Yes suh”

    @KiKi…interesting.

    Self-hatred was inevitable. The media, our black men…it’s painful. We just have to find ways to rise up. As we always have!!

  3. I had a revelation this week… Blacks will never be equal! Get in where you fit in and get over it, and yes I am a black woman. We have spent lots of years trying to be equal, crying, agonizing thats not fair, etc. I’m not saying we should not fight for rights, but when the dust settles don’t be surprised if you still feel just a little cheated. And yes lots of black men seem to be ashamed of their own kind. Now, we have a black president and it looks like racism is back at the top of the charts. As a matter of fact I was dating an AFRICAN whom I thought would be able to embrace our color more than the black americans and he comes out his mouth and makes a comment that me and my daughter look alike but she is BLACK (darker than me)! he said it like he couldn’t understand that! The whole world is color struck its a pity. from the movie BAMBOOZLED… I WOULD LIKE TO GO AT LEAST ONE WEEK WITHOUT ANYONE MAKING REFERENCE TO BLACK PEOPLE! Geezzzzzz.

    • Well you can put that behind you. I had the same experience with being around many Africans. They have a real problem with color and hair. I used to order up a lot of Ebony magazines for my African friends with I was abroad. I was happy to do it because I thought they were really interested in our accomplishment. Well to my surprise, they wanted the mags for the ads for hair straighteners and bleaching cream. My girl friend from Ivory Coast finallly got me to know that if I could tell them how to permanently whiten their skin and straighten their hair, I could be the richest woman in on the continent. So I learned my lesson early in the game. LOL

  4. In reading all of the comments I noticed some things. No one has mentioned the successful Black men that are in relationships or marriages with Black women; and THERE ARE MANY. Another, in all this Jamie has yet to marry anyone. However, no one has talked about how he needs to marry the mother of his children and by not doing so how that adds to the immorality of the Black community. No one has suggested that if he wants to make babies with a woman, then it should be with a woman he wants to marry. I say all this because in the postings on Halle Berry; many talked about how she needed to marry the man she chose to have a baby with. So many postings about how unfortunate it is for the baby not to be a product of a marriage. Yet none of this is mentioned when it comes to Jamie. Seems like we give the silent permission to for men practise a double standard. WHY? JMT.

  5. I don’t think I’ve ever really seen Jamie with any woman that he calls his special friend. He’s either with his daughter or friends. Have any of you ever seen his daughter’s mother? I certainly haven’t. Maybe he is just very private about his personal life.

  6. First – quit hatin on light skin black women. They are black. It’s ok if black men want to date them. They are black. Many if them claim black. Many of them are PROUD BLACK sistas. To constantly state and assume that light skinned black sisters are anything less than black and that black men are dating them because they are light skinned and closer to white look is perpectuating self hate on all sides of the coin. A light skinned black woman doesn’t have to prove her blackness to anybody or why her man got with her. If she says she black and proud of that, then she’s black. No doubt about it.

    2ndly, Jamie Foxx’s daughter looks as if she might have a black momma, so Jamie did at one point date black women and chose to have a child by a black woman. So at one point we knew he liked and maybe loved black women. So I take no issue that his ‘baby momma’ is is anything other than black.

    I use to like JF a lot back in his ‘in living color’ days. He played my favorite character from that show – Wanda. But now, not so much. He comes off as arrogant, and I don’t like arrogant men. I saw that in his show, the Jamie Fox show. But he seems proud of his daughter. That’s good. Seems like a good father.

    • Even though you might feel that Coreen’s mother maybe Black, if she is, did Jamie do her any favors? He didn’t marry her. He only added to the count of unwed mothers for the media to use in our statistics. Why are you all so worried about this man? He is just making babies with different women that he doesn’t plan to marry. Only difference between him and the guy on the corner is his ability to write a check. Stop acting like it’s alright for men, because they have money, to do this. I don’t care what color she is, he hasn’t married either of them.

      • Agree, and being married makes a difference. Somebody said he had work done on his face. I wonder what it looked like before?

  7. Jane you make somegood points but I don’t agree that dark skin people will remain inferior. They may be perceived as inferior by some but that doesn’t mean they are.

    I don’t feel that beauty lies in the color of your skin but some do. My daughter is biracial. She is very fair with light eyes and bone straight hair. She has grown into her looks but when she was a baby, she looked..well unique. It didn’t matter to some bvlacks though, they oohed and awwed all over her. Now that she has grown into her looks, you would swear this child was made of gold the way some folks react to her. She isonly five but I really struggle to keep her groundedb/c of the constant praise. She needs to know that she is no better than a darker skinned person. Interestingly, we are adopting a baby from Africa and I amanxious to see how differently they will be treated.

  8. Thank you DB for for your foresight. IF WE LOOK AT CELEBRITIES LIKE THE LATE MICHAEL JACKSON, WE CAN SEE THE INSECURITY OF BLACK MALES. HE CHANGED HIS NOSE, SKIN AND STRAIGHTENED HIS HAIR, DATED NON BLACK WOMEN AND HE HAD NON BLACK CHILDREN. HE DIDN’T WANT TO HAVE HIS OWN BIOLOGICAL CHILDREN BECAUSE HE DIDNT WANT ANY OF HIS KIDS LOOKING LIKE HIM!! MICHAEL JACKSON WHO HAPPENS TO BE A BIG ROLE MODEL FOR MANY AFRICAN AMERICAN MALES HAVE PRACTICED THESE WAYS AND ALOT OF PEOPLE SEE IT AS A NORMAL THING.

    THE POINT IS THAT LIVING IN A WHITE DOMINATED SOCIETY, THIS HOW DARK SKIN BLACKS WITH AFRICAN FEATURES HAVE TO FIT IN.HAVE CHILDREN WITH A CAUCASIAN OR LIGHT SKINNED WOMEN.UNBELIEVABLE.

    BLACK MEN ARE TREATED INFERIOR,THEY ARE VERY INSECURE AND COLORSTRUCK ESPECIALLY IF THEY ARE DARKER IN SKIN. TRUST ME

    DO ME A FAVOR AND LOOK AT THE DIFFERENT PICTURES OF THE LIGHTER SKIN AND DARKER SKIN CHIDREN ON THIS WEBSITE..PLEASE TELL ME WHO HAS THE MOST POSITIVE COMMENTS.. ITS STRANGE!!!

    I THINK BEING A DARK SKIN BLACK PERSON YOU WILL ALWAYS REMAIN INFERIOR. SIMPLE..

    • Great insight. Unfortunately, I agree with what you say. I, too, feel that, even though I thought MJ was a great entertainer, he did seem to be messed up in the color thing. However, I advise you to never say that on the posting page for him…because just about all of them believe that he produced those children biologically. But I really think your comment is right on time. I guess I’ll never live to see these ideas change; but then I never thought I would live to see a Black president……so there is always a possiblity. LOL So I’ll continue to hope.

  9. The baby’s mother is Armenian. Supposedly the baby was planned & they aren’t together anymore. See, baby mama’s come in all different races & ages.

  10. Why is it that every time an issue that is affecting the black race is raised, black people have to compare it to the white race?

    I mean seriously, even when black male incarceration is discussed, black people start running statistics about white male incarceration!

    So I guess it’s okay that the number of black males incarcerated is astronomical b/c there are a lot of white men there too? It is also okay for black women not to celebrate themselves b/c some white women get their lips plumped? How ridiculous is that. Just b/c white folks do something doesn’t make it okay or right!

    • Kiki, it’s called comparison. You state black women aren’t comfortable with themselves. I stated that if what you say is true, then are white women comfortable with themselves when they proceed to change what God gave them. Apparently you are stuck in neutral and you don’t get it. Just wear your hair naturally and don’t worry about what others are doing w/theirs. I’m done with this convo because you just keep going around in circles and won’t deal with the question at hand.

      Good night.

  11. Teri,
    I wear my hair natural and when I see a nother black woman comfortble enough to be her true self, I say, you go girl! If it wasunkempt like Heidi and Seals oldest boy, then that’s a whole nother story. Black hair in manageable it’s just most of us were never taught how. The lye was brought out before we even began to know ourselves. JMO.

    I still say, why would a black man want to be with a black woman with a head full of weave when he can have a woman that’s true to herself? For instance, my husband is caucasian, he has blond hair and blue eyes. If he went out and got a weave afro, put in brown contacts, why would I want him and I could have a real black man? Do you see my point?

    To answer your question, I highly doubt many white women are having surgery to look black when it is their looks that is celebrated in this society.

    • Kiki, so according to your logic, white women who get tans, lip injections, butt implants, etc. are being true to themselves because they are the celebrated race. Apparently some white women aren’t happy with their celebrated look if they are trying to achieve another one. Do you get it? But according to you, black women who wear weave that don’t resemble what God gave them are NOT true to themselves. What kind of tomfoolery is that? Who are you to determine whether someone is true to themselves or not? You don’t know a person’s heart unless they revealed it to you.

      You said, “I still say, why would a black man want to be with a black woman with a head full of weave when he can have a woman that’s true to herself?” Again, you are ASSUMING all white women or other woman are true to themselves. Furthermore, why would a man be with a woman based on her hair anyway. Why would a woman want such a man who bases his relationships on such stupidity like hair. Hair falls out whether it’s natural or not. Trust and believe, some black men tend to tolerate more from others than they would from a black woman anyway. I see and hear it almost on a daily basis where I live. That’s cool because I’m not sweating them. They just aren’t for me. BTW, my man is white as well. He could care less if I wore a wig or was bald headed. He took me as I am and I do the same.

      To anyone thinking I’m insecure, I am not. My sister-in-law is white, and I love her very much. The one thing about my brother is that he isn’t with her because of her skin color or with some far out notion that white women are any different than anyone else.

      Anyway, this thread was about Jamie and his baby and we got into this subject. I’m out.

  12. THATS NICE,BUT HOW RECKLESS JAMIE I COULD UNDERSTAND IF HE HAD A SERIOUS G.F OR WAS MARRIED BUT HES NOT,HES JUST TOO WILD AND OUT THERE.

    • So…do you personally know Jamie?!??!! If so ok. If not how are you 100% sure he does NOT have a steady G.F?!?!

  13. Ok, I thought the comments were really going to say “congrats”, But noooooooo most of them are on the baby mama’s race, interracial dating, and Society. If anything, the baby is born, hopefully healthy, and congrats to Jamie.

  14. Forget that! I doesn’t matter if she’s black, white or Korean. What matters is that it wasn’t me!! I love Jamie. I am a big fan of his. I can’t believe he did this to me. I thought me and him were tighter than that. Oh well, I guess I better call of the wedding. Jamie, I still love you, though!

  15. T.O is another one who you never see with a black woman. It doesn’t bother me, but I just wonder….what’s wrong with black women that keeps you away from them. I have a friend who is black and refuses to date a black woman because he says they have “attitudes”

    • Your friend is one of the lame black men who use black women as an excuse for their colorstruckness (not a word, just made it up). You see, black men who generalize like your friend, I bid them farewell.

      You asked, “what’s wrong with black women that keeps you away from them.” The answer to that question is nothing. What’s wrong with some black men that they have to be lame and generalize a whole group of people. Black men should not be generalizing anyone being that they get stereotyped all the time. Maybe, just maybe, the black man has the issue. If you are non-black, you probably wouldn’t want to consider that. I know it’s an ego boost to non-black women to believe black men think non-black females are picture perfect. Society hail white women or those with Eurocentric features as being superior so maybe he’s been a victim of severe brainwashing and self-hatred.

      Oh, btw, 95% of all married men are with black women, so they found nothing wrong with us.

      OH, congrats Jamie on your baby.

  16. Forget all of that. It doesn’t matter that she’s black, white, or Korean. What matters is that it wasn’t me!!! I love Jamie Foxx. I am a big fan of his. Oh well, I guess I’m gonna have to call off the wedding.

  17. Teri,
    You can play naive all you want but you know too many black females have identity issues. I know white women wear weaves too but how many do you see wearing afro weaves? Black women buy weave that is the farthest from their natural texture BECAUSE THEY think something is wrong with beautiful kinky hair You know it too!

    • Kiki, there is one thing that I am not – and that is naive. Let’s put aside the weave issue. Yes, there are SOME black women who do have identity problems, that that is solely not a black female issue.

      Secondly, you didn’t answer my question. White women go to tanning booths, get plastic surgery to enhance their backside, and get injections into their lips to make them fuller. Are they trying to be black?

      Thirdly, let’s get back to the weave issue. Maybe they don’t like their kinky hair. So what? That doesn’t mean they don’t like their blackness. Kinky hair is hard to manage. Trust and believe, I have kinky hair and can’t get a comb through it in its natural state. I can guarantee you this one thing, Kiki. If I walked out my house with my hair in it’s natural state and you saw me on the street, I bet your tongue would be the first one talking about, “How could she go out the house looking like that.” Regardless of why people wear weaves or not, it’s their business and since you don’t know their heart, you don’t know if they hate their blackness or not. Ya dig?

  18. OK, I guess all of you missed him saying Hello to his Daughters on the BET Awards. He said Corrine, and I cant think of the babys name, but he did say it then, and I was like hmmm, thats been kept a secret. I think her name begans with an “A”.

  19. i know that’s right. You can tell her sh**. Why she dont talk about her man and her kids. I know i wish her never told her nothing she just talk to much.

  20. From this picture here, even his daughter Corinne doesn’t look anything like him! He looks like he’s on a date with an underaged female!

    Is the goal in life to produce offspring who look nothing like you?

  21. I watched the video and the woman looks FLAWLESS!!!!!!! especially for being over 40 with 3 children. She looks better than some 20 year olds. She is one of the most beautiful women in hollywood bar none.

  22. I don’t understand why black women complain about black men dating white women when they themselves do everything in their power to look less black, i.e., perms, weave and blond weave at that. What that does is perpetuate the myth that white is better. Why should a black guy be with a black girl that is not even comfortable presenting herself how God made her. He doesn’t want an imitator when he can have the real thing that you are trying to look like! Let’s be real!

    • UMM….did you ever think that maybe the fact that so many black males are dating interracially it may cause some black women to subconsciously feel inferior and as a result feel the need to change themselves into what their men are leaving them for?

      Just a thought….

    • I see no problem with black women straightening their hair if that is what makes them happy. White women dye their hair and perm their hair aswell. Hating black women soley for this reason is stupid. Black women get picked on too much for this when women of every race do this. So what is this argument about?

      • Annabele, thank you. Asian women get plastic surgery on their eyelids in order to look more “Western” but nobody questions them, and if they do, they get a pass.

    • Since when did having a weave and permed hair mean that a black woman is trying to be something other than black? Does that mean white women who get tans, weaves (they get them too), butt implants, or lip injections are trying to be black? Everyone, including other black women, always want to define us. Since when did having a weave or perm become a litmus test for wanting to be white? Also, why would a person determine a relationship built on foolishness such as the way a woman wears her hair?

      • personally I would have loved to see what my hair would have been like if it was natural. I come from a mixed generation, and my mom has a nice grain and my dad says he did too, but he is bald now, so I wouldnt know. The thing is my mom put a relaxer in my hair when I was five years old, saying that my hair was too thick. Once I got older I would get frustrated with her for doing that, but wasnt able to change it, I was just a kid.I look at my roots now and say wow I probably do have good hair, as well as beauticians have told me that as well. Point is who has time to let a relaxer grow out? I dont. Its been the process for so long, Im accustomed to it. Everytime my roots get wavy, I put in a relaxer. Now I have a 3yr old daughter, and my mom is always saying: “oh her hair is so thick, you are gonna have to put a relaxer in it.” I Wont repeat the same cycle trust me!! My child hair is just fine. A beautiful head full of hair.

      • Teri, let’s not pretend that Kiki doesn’t have something of a point. There are so many Black women out there who cannot STAND to see kinky hair on their heads or especially their kids’ heads. It’s why the term “good hair” still exists in the Black community. It’s why so many Black women rush to perm their 3-year-old girls’ hair, or braid (with extensions) their 2-year-old girl’s hair. I just came back from Nigeria, and it was not uncommon to see little girls as young as 1-year-old with extensions hanging off the little hair they have on their heads. It has been ingrained in Black females heads from WAY back that “nappy” isn’t happy. And there are many Black females that still perpetuate this. The straight hair standard comes from Europeans, not Black- the same way the wide-eyed standard has invaded Asia. Same way in lighter skin tones signify beauty in India.

        Now, THAT said, you also have a point- there’s nothing wrong with doing your hair the way you want. Who am I to tell anyone they’re wrong for wanting straight hair? It’s the same as telling someone they’re wrong for wanting to leave their hair kinky. I think the problem here is one of self-hatred, and you’re right, not every Black woman who perms or weaves does so because they hate their African features- but no matter how you flip it, self-hatred is a persistent problem in the Black community, encouraged by the European one.

        But I suppose every people wants to look exotic in some way- white people tan, Indian/Black people bleach. Caucasians perm/straighten, and so do Black people. Asians try to widen their eyes, Blacks tend to value almond-shaped eyes. You can’t win. The only way you can is to love yourself.

    • Jamie- proving my point!Yet another illegimate child and proof that people are still out there working without condoms. Where is the responsibility? Sure, get your groove on, but don’t lose your mind and put yourself at risk and bring a child into the world just to prove you can make one. Pray for this child, that he or she grows up and becomes a productive member of society and learns more responsibilty so the cycle is broken.

  23. Yes, its most likely a light-skinned or non-black woman. I don’t know why some of these comments are so brand new? Black men (famous) are more than likely to reproduce with white/hispanic/asian etc. women!! Come on now!!

  24. Wow! talkin about having a big mouth.He’s actually just recently w/in the last few years has even allowed us to see his daughter so i think Jamie is pretty private when he comes to his kids. I don’t blame him one bit ,but i guess the cat is out of the bag now.

  25. Hip hop did not bridge divides! In fact, in some ways, it further separated people based on race and class. It further separated the haves from the have nots and via the mainstream it fostered stereotypes that go all the way back to the Jim Crow era.

    I think if the playing field were more equal you would see less self-hatred and denigration of African features by mainstream outlets and I mean that (what’s on your TV and in your magazines right now?). You might also see less judgments regarding celebrities choice of mate/race.

  26. honestly I do care. Black Women go and buy his album but he manages to find a white girl or light skin girl everytime. I don’t see white girls lined up to buy his album or see his concerts.

    • Raven you make a great point. I laugh at these black women who go crazy over these black me and the last thing the blakc man is checking for is a black woman. Yet they will spend their money and run to see these artist like Jamie and he takes that money and buy the nice things you dream about and give it to another race. They sure don’t bring it back to the black community. True the GOD I beleive in loves all people all races. But the black race can be a trip how we treat one another and how our men treat black women when they get a little paper. I don’t have a problem with them dating white, but don’t come back to the black women when you get in trouble.

      It was black women who got OJ out of that trouble, And he went right back to what he was dating from day one.

      • sure give white people credit for everything. I guess if it weren’t for white people Oprah wouldn’t be a billionaire. White people deserve all the credit for a black person’s success.

  27. Oh Lord, he we go again. Get over it people. I don’t know where you’ve been but black/afrocentric is being celebrated more than I ever seen in recent history—did hip hop help bridge the divide?

    People in general are wanting fuller lip, celebrating the versatiliy in black hair and despit all the warnings–tanning on purpose is still very much in vogue.

    I do however wonder why so many black men are gravitating to non-black women. It is not a hallucination. Black women still desire our men on the whole. I take an unscientific survey from a couple of the online dating sites I’ve ventured on.

    Most white males specify a desire to meet a white. Black males are 9 times out of 10 leaving the preferenc wide open. Just something I noticed.

    Black women though in general are the real haters who perpetuate the whoa is me nappy hair, etc mess. We are the main ones tripping over trivial stuff like that. We pick too much in general. Unless the man is gay (no offense) males don’t tend go that far about how there children “features” will turn out. Laughable. It is the women who dwell there the mos.

    I’ve gotten more grief over my black features from black women than black males. Sad isn’t it.

    Throw the eggs now.

    • Black women though in general are the real haters who perpetuate the whoa is me nappy hair, etc mess. We are the main ones tripping over trivial stuff like that. We pick too much in general. Unless the man is gay (no offense) males don’t tend go that far about how there children “features” will turn out. Laughable. It is the women who dwell there the mos.

      I’ve gotten more grief over my black features from black women than black males. Sad isn’t it.

      Throw the eggs now.
      ==================================================================
      What’s sad is your twisted logic. Now we all know black men date outside their race more than any other man on the planet. Now before a lot of you get your panties in a bunch, let me preface this by saying that I don’t care who black men date and who they bed. I don’t have a problem with seeing them with “other” women, so don’t come at me with any b.s. Now you say black women “trip over trivial stuff, blah, blah, blah…” What planet do you live on? First off, you must not be a black female. If you were, you would understand that Afrocentric features have been undercut in this society in lieu of lighter, brighter, and whiter. Secondly, black men are some of the most color struck men on the planet. Many of them are obviously the ones who concerned about how non-black their children look. I’m not talking about the ones who actually love the woman they are with regardless of their race; I’m talking about the ones who don’t like what they see in the mirror. I don’t know why black women are giving your grief, but I totally disagree w/your shortsighted comment.

        • Did you just say white men date outside their race more than any other race? That is just not true. It is statistically proven that they prefer to be within their own race. As well if they choose to go outside their race it is usually with an Asian woman. This is not saying that they don’t date black women, they do. They just tend to stick to their own more.

      • Teri,

        What are you talking about? You are basically repeating most of what I wrote. I guess you suffer from twisted logic also.

        You go on in further posts to repeat what I’ve already noted.

    • You’re absolutely right. And just to throw in my two cents to the conversation, I believe that the average Black male, not just celebrity Black males, feel that all that a Black woman can do for them is birth them.

      They don’t seem to realize that on a certain level, they are rejecting their very own mothers who are Black (and who a lot of them favor the most physically) when they reject women of their own race.

      I don’t believe any other people on Earth suffer from this self-loathing phenomenon more than African American people.

      It is unfortunate what being descendants of slavery here in America has wrought upon us!

      • I do think the average Black man is married to average Black women. And I think there are more Black celebrity men married to Black women than to any other women. I could be wrong, but just looking at BCK I see more marriages that are among Blacks.

  28. Fancy shouldn’t put people’s business out in the street like that ESPECIALLY on the Wendy Williams show lol. But Congrats Jaime can’t wait to see a pic.

      • AS I DO MY RESEARCH IT SEEMS THAT MOST BLACK MALE CELEBRITIES HAVE ISSUES AMONG THEMSELVES.THEREFORE RACE DOES MATTER.

          • WHAT ARE MY ISSUES.IS IT THAT THE TRUTH HURTS? THE POINT IS THAT BLACKS ARE LIVING IN A RACIST SOCIETY THAT CONSIDERS BLACK BEAUTY AS UGLINESS. THEREFORE THE NEED TO MATE WITH A PARTNER WITH EUROCENTRIC FEATURES ARE NEEDED TO EVEN OUT THE FEATURES. SIMPLE. BEING MIXED MAKES THEIR CHILDREN LOOKING BETTER.

        • i hear ya…especially when the man celeb is not very good looking (remember people jamies had surgery)
          they want the mother of their child to be a sort of opposite of them and have features that are opposite to theirs, e.g: wide nose – straight nose

          • Just because you have a child with a whtie or light skin black woman does not mean the child will be light skin with blue or light brown eyes. Ask EDDIE MURPY, Although his kids are cute they most of them look like him and hae dark skin like him. As of Jamiel Foxx I don’t think he dates black women anymore. Never have.

            I know a guy who dated a woman that looked like Vanessa Williams, he thought his daughter would come out looking like Vanessa Williams. He named her Vanessa. But the child came out looking just like him and his side of the family. Not one feature of her Mother. Do what you like.

        • What kind of research is this and where are your sources? This is a bunch of bull. It is 2009 and people can date who the hell ever they want.

          • I have never seen a website where the posters conscentrate so much on skin color and hair texture. I thought people like this had ridden into the dusk. Sound like the same mentality of those people who are “Birthers” and Right wing nuts. So ignorant.

          • Khrish this is so true! When I came to this site I was not prepared for the turn the conversation had taken. Can’t we just say “Congrats Jamie” and done?

    • Who cares what color she is? It’s his life and he can choose whom ever he wants to be with regardless of color. You’re probably just jealous because its not you.

  29. Wow that was kept under the radar. I wonder who’s the jump off oh I mean the baby’s mother. I wonder how he feels about Garcelle spilling the beans?

      • Actually I don’t know just being sarcastic but one could infer she could prob be one since we have’nt seen Jamie with this female. He’s been photographed on a regular and even more so recently with his latest movie The Soloist, The Blame it Tour and hosting the BET Awards and we’ve seen hide nor hair of this woman so either she is somone who doesnt want to be photo’d or the more obvious someone he really is not in a relationship with, hence a Jumpoff!

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