ANTM 14 – Gabrielle never had a stable Black Father as a Bi-Racial Girl!!!

It appears being bi-racial is hard for gabrielle because she’s insecure of her black race…It doesn’t help that Angelea is also half black which she states is her biggest competition
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Wale tones down the bass and gives us a soft spoken message for the ladies. Which is why I Think he’s one of the best artist alive. FOLLOW! If “()” are around a word or phrase, I’m unsure of it. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE IF YOU LIKED THIS VID Ambitious girl, the drive-drive me crazy I’m tryna stay with you, lay with you I’ll pay you tuition, pray with you if you aint into wishin, I’m tryna fxck the shxt out your aspirations see, the last one I dated, I hated we wake up, i go to work, she leave out come back with some make up, high heels, and a purse, or worse i ask, “Babygirl, what you aspire to be?” she reply to me like, “why you perspiring me?” bxtch.. pardon me if I’m sweating you but, I wanna see something else in you before I invest in you ambitious girl, (what you sitting for) I’d rather you tell me to hit you later, because you gotta finish a paper then to be in my face asking for a rosea cup see these bxtches can’t cut in yo business I’m in love with your business and your productivity is the reason I intrest, ambitious girl see, I like the person that you are, but I’m in love with the person that you have potential to be and all your dreams sharing with me and your secrets baring with me and the flaws, you aint even got to mention to me, ambitious girl, you just wanna win, and you’d rather chase your dreams, then to try to chase these men that try to chase these skirts that try to chase these shots with flavors that not even as sweet as her my

50 thoughts on “ANTM 14 – Gabrielle never had a stable Black Father as a Bi-Racial Girl!!!

  1. Why the hell does she need a “stable black father.” There is nothing to complain about. So what. She has a father, she should be happy with him. She came out beautiful.
    And yeah, people are ignorant about race. But thats no reason to get angry. People used to ask if my mom if me and my sister was adopted because i looked korean as a little kid and my sister looked like a hispanic. So the fuck what? They only assume with what they know. C’mon, if you saw a white guy blond hair, blue eyes, wal

  2. @houseofaction how about this we don’t say that Mexican over their just stole my wallet let’s say that guy with the spiky hair just stole my wallet, Let’s not say that black guy stole my wallet let’s say the guy with the dark brown hair with the braids just stole my wallet, simple as that.

  3. @Drumlady12 cont all a dna test can tell is the individuals DNA there are aspects of your DNA that tells your geographical ancestory because the outside world influences your dna but that isnt a determination of race ie you can be born in china but be caucasion . and your dna would show that you were born in china

  4. @Drumlady12 it is not a proper and legitimate thing to say half or even part since there is no way to distinguish between race on a genetic level the only genetic difference is between the individual. ie me and you are genetically different. but it has nothing to do with race. for instance if a crime is commited and all they have is the blood of the criminal they can not tell what race that crimnal is. they can tell if the criminal is man or woman and match the dna but not race cont

  5. @Drumlady12, for some reason, certain people are asked the question of ethnicity more than others. Yes, it can be tempting to do so. However, when we meet a person, it is not the first thing I feel one should ask. In the case of this video, Gabby expressed annoyance she had when others asked her those questions. I guess the issue of culture is around us all the time, whether we like it or not. These videos prove it.

  6. @sandinyourshoes thats not the first thing they ask me they wait about like 50 minutes if i’ll only see them for that day and if i knew them for a long time then they ask me i huff and say no and if i’ve been talking to them looking into there eyes i can see them squinting their eyes trying to figure out my race by my features but some people don’t notice(very few of them) they all know i’m black but they always ask me if i’m mixed or if i got highlights because my hair is light brown and black.

  7. @Drumlady12, people often will ask others questions about their backgrounds, but I feel it should never be the first thing to discuss. It just shows how culture and ancestry always play a role in what people do. I hope you have not had to wrestle too much with this topic.

  8. @Drumlady12, when a guy and a girl or woman of very different backgrounds get together and have children, then they should consider how they should bring up their children. For example, should a Jewish woman and a Christian man bring up their youngsters in just one of the religions? Should a foreign language also be taught if one of the parents speaks it? Children soon understand the concept of culture and nationalities and color. I am not surprised that people asked you all those questions.

  9. @sandinyourshoes Speak the Truth! I don’t know my dad (well i do but he wasn’t stable) and i grew up just fine and people kept asking me if i was chinese( i’m not) but i do have asain eyes, dark caramel skin and light brown hair(you can only tell if your up close)oh and brown eyes i’m mixed with native and other stuff my mom is half which makes me part, i have a lot of race problem’s people say i can pass for fillipino if i had long hair and wasn’t kinky like it is wow i got way off topic sorry.

  10. @Drumlady12, this just shows that all children need a stable home. Gabbie has certainly struggled with not having both parents in her life. I am glad the members of the panel were sensitive to let her speak her mind.

  11. @sandinyourshoes just their features it’s not about the color, i thought that she was rather Dominacan(spelled that wrong) or Puerto Rican(i think i spelled that wrong too).

  12. Two Latinos? What color is a “Latino” person? It seems there is NO WAY to ever escape the issue of color or race or culture. Many deny their roles in society, and yet they do something to show that they notice a difference. Hmmm…

  13. @Drumlady12 hispanics are a mix of black and spaniard in cuba puerto rico dominican republic panama …brazilians are portuguese black and indigenous too… its funny because a hispaic would never say she has black but “indian” smfh

  14. Oh god here’s another girl (part black/full black) whatever, with daddy issues talking about how she doesn’t like a black man. She needs to go see a psychiatrist. A lot of these types of women project this issue on black males who are strangers. These other niggas out here aren’t your father. Go see a shrink.

  15. I’m dark like chocolate and I’m biracial my mom black and Irish my dad full blodded indian I look brown skinned with kinky hair please stop with The comments

  16. Wale is incredible! He inspired me and my bro to do a mixtape track sampling this song. Look up “Love Geeks Ambitious Girl” and let me know what you think

  17. there is 23 individuals that don’t like #ambitiousgirls .. Who do they wana go back home to.. A fat bitch scratching her ass?

  18. Everytime I find myself procrastinating a lil too much on getting a paper started, I tune in to this track…always gives me the reminder I need to get back on with it. Thanks Wale!

  19. Diz Spoken Wrd Version is Fiyah and it goez hard, wish he b my support system from 9-5, I cherish dis poem til da day I die!

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