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“I’m Cuban but [people] didn’t get it because I was also brown-skinned, and you usually see a fair-skinned Latino. So it was just like, ‘Oh, what are you? Are you Black? Are you white?’ I didn’t feel like I had to make a choice. I am who I am.” — Christina Milian




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