Oh, Lord: Raven-Symoné Has a New Name for White People

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Oh, Lord: Raven-Symoné Has a New Name for White People

This should be interesting.

Published June 24, 2016

Raven-Symoné is at it again. The outspoken co-host of The View mouthed off on national television again, this time about wage equality. Somehow, during the conversation, she came up with a brand-new moniker for white men.

Keep in mind, this is the person who said she didn't want to be referred to as African-American and also claims to be from "every continent in Africa (except one)."

"They're probably... I'm gonna call them 'Euro-American,'" she says when asked about who she's competing against for jobs and pay. "They're probably a male... and I know this, and I have to strive harder."

But her co-hosts weren't going to just let that one slide. "What do you mean by Euro-American? White?" asked Joy Behar. "White," Raven responded affirmatively. "If I'm from Africa, they gotta be from somewhere."

That comment is just so... Raven.

Well, the former child star has certainly made a career out of saying outlandish things. To see her actually make some sense for a change, watch BET Breaks, above.

Written by Evelyn Diaz

(Photo: ABC/ Lou Rocco)


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