Chloe Bailey’s New Sex Scene Inspires Colorism Combo About Halle Berry
new show Chloe Bailey Where she has sex sparked debate about racism and colorism in Hollywood…and now Halle Berrylegs tied with rope.
As you may have noticed, the latter trend The reason is because of this discourse that has since been removed Donald Glover‘s latest TV series, The Flock, debuted on Friday…it begins with a scene depicting Chloe performing the act in great graphic detail.
Since then, there has been a lot of chatter about her decision to do a sex scene. Some say it’s a great/good move for her, while others feel it’s consistent with other choices she’s made recently.outside Single person and Chris Brown — Some people think it’s not that smart.
as a Twitter user put it … “Where’s Chloe Bailey’s mentor? showed the reaction of
Halle Berry was not black, she was a biracial “white pass” and a favorite of Holly Weirs. Megan Good has talked about how hard her career has been by taking on these types of roles. Chole will learn the hard way that we don’t make up rules. https://t.co/KBXegM7vXa
— YANIE (@realwithyanie) March 19, 2023
That conversation took a turn on Saturday when someone brought up Halle in comparison. She argued that…Halle was also making risque pieces at the time – “Monster’s Ball” was a prime example of her winning an Oscar – but that was her work/accolades in itself. was not detrimental to the
This user was essentially saying that it was unfair to suggest that Chloe’s sex scene did not define her acting career and that it would derail her career. Basically, stop giving her her premature flak.
However, another Twitter user suggested that Halle reaps the benefits of her lighter skin tone, even claiming she’s “white-fitting”. looks black instead of white…that’s what the white pass literally means.
However, semantics aside, this woman’s point (as she further explained her page) is that Halle fits Hollywood’s traditional white European beauty standards…more so than Chloe and other dark-skinned black women. I believe I had an easier time in showbiz than Khloe in certain respects… aka bare it all.
In other words, this user feels that colorism is still very much alive in the entertainment industry…and darker-skinned Black performers compare to lighter-skinned Black performers. , will take a tougher road. valid.
Of course, there’s also an element of the Bailey sisters here… namely the fact that they’re Chloe’s famous brothers, Hal Baileyprobably has more rep than her sister to push the button.
Halle (Bailey) is literally in Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” — very family-friendly, etc. –and she usually avoids controversy about her actions. are placed under the microscope…and tend to be labeled as two feral children.
Either way… hopefully we can agree that everyone can do whatever they want regardless of all the chirping. increase.