Lark Voorhies Wants You to Know She's Not Black

Lark Voorhies from 'Saved By The Bell' arrives at the 'Mantervention' red carpet premiere at TCL Chinese Theatre.
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Lark Voorhies Wants You to Know She's Not Black

Plus, she debuts a new look.

Published January 4, 2016

Lark Voorhies resurfaced on social media again this past weekend, sharing some bizarre thoughts with the world. First, she blasted Bill Cosby and the Black folks who still support him. Then, in a bizarre post that we hope is the work of a hacker, the Saved by the Bell actress declared she's part of Raven-Symoné's school of thought about her self-identity.

"No, I am not black. I am American! I was born in America. I was not born in Africa, therefore I am not african. Africans are not african-americans! LV," she wrote underneath a selfie filtered with some kind of skin bleaching app.

We can't vouch for the authenticity of the post considering how prone to hacking Lark claims her social media accounts to be, but — as usual — she's not deleting anything, either. Then again, when Raven-Symoné started voicing her crazy opinions, she landed herself a talk show. Maybe Lark knows exactly what she's doing, after all.

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Written by Evelyn Diaz


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