Michael B. Jordan Tells Oprah Winfrey About About The Time He Only Wanted Roles That Were For White Men
"If the breakdown came and it was for an African American, I didn't want to do it," Michael B. Jordan shared.
“We just like hanging out together,” King said.
In a 2011 sit-down between Oprah, her mother and her long-lost sister, her mother revealed that she'd struggled with the shame of giving up her youngest daughter.
During her years in the White House, her style and grace shined a light on Black women that the world needed to see.
Little Miss Kaavia James will make her television debut this December.