What we love most about the Afro-Cuban actor is that he’s the perfect combination of brains (and brawn).
A graduate of Howard University with a BBA in Marketing, Laz tells he’s proud to be Afro-Latino.
i love my son very much and take alot of pride in my apperance. I am a student working on my bachelors degree in marketing.
i like to go out and have a good time with girl friends. Im fun to be with and I love going out to dance and have a good time.
He is also known for purchasing tickets to every home game for less fortunate families and he ranked No.
8 on the Giving Back 30 list of largest charitable celebrity donations for 2006, for giving away .28 million.
When I asked him the question of which he would rather date he of course went with the "crazy Latina". I've also noticed the attraction between Latinas and African American men and this is one of the reasons.
I honestly feel as though many African American men think that African American women are a little too tough for them.
season), there’s no way we could leave Tristan off this list!However, at the same time seeing posts about this topic I also see the praise of dating a crazy Latina.This very much confused me and it made me feel uncomfortable. The most they'll do is just be jealous and have a choice of words for you, so it's way different." His answer made me cringe.Fabolous, 34 Brooklyn-bred rapper John “Fabolous” Jackson “Can’t Deny It”—as his first hit single was called back in 2001—that he’s half Dominican on his father’s side.And we can’t deny that we LOVE his music—especially his hit single “Breathe." in 2009 over salary issues, the show’s fans weren’t having it.
The New York Yankees third baseman and 12-time All Star—who has dated Hollywood beauties like Kate Hudson and Cameron Diaz—has sexy light eyes, a bad boy smile that makes us weak in the knees—and he’s a do-gooder: In 2003, the Dominican Rodriguez gave $3.9 million to the University of Miami to renovate its baseball stadium.