John Boyega doesn’t affect his dating life. Queen The actor has made it clear, twice this week, that he enjoys romantically black women — just, empty time.
He first talked about dating in an interview with English GQ released on September 13. The sit-down marks his career span from appearing on three occasions Star Wars film about his latest role as King Ghezo in Queen, starring Viola Davis.
At the end of the interview, Boyega talked about his personal goals since turning 30 in March. He insists work and love come first but makes it clear that he dates by a rigid rule.
“I just dated Black,” John said. “Then it’s about chemistry, personality, goals. Is there a synergy? I can help you? You can help me,” he said.
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Over the weekend, John was steadfast about his dating preferences in an interview with Breakfast Club was published on September 16. As the dating conversation began, John questioned Charlamagne Tha God’s chivalry status and loyalty to Black’s love. Charlamagne confirmed her marriage to a black woman named Jessica Gadsgen.
The two talked about the importance of having appropriate conversations in the house about Blackness. In the words of Charlamagne, Boyega checked that the host was not talking.”so Black and white sleep. ”
Angela Yee asked John if he had ever dated white women, to which he replied yes but insisted it was nothing serious.
“I’ve said it publicly, but it’s just a hobby, I like my black women,” John said. “Just separate from a political statement or anything like that, it’s just as good as hell. Melanin level must be above 75 percent, thickness must be, style must be. We have to laugh at the same jokes. Bump to the same music. It must be a flow. “
John continued, explaining why dating a Black woman made sense to him.
“I’m trying to have conversations where I can talk behind closed doors,” says John. “I’m trying to tell the woman that I don’t… and she likes yeah baby, yeah you right. That’s what I need. I need her to understand the anger or frustration of black people. I need her to understand when certain guys come into the room and the energy is off and she’s just like a calm baby. Chilled. I need it. I need me a Black woman.”
See the full interview below. Queen premieres in theaters nationwide on September 16.