Or they have children with one and don’t marry in order to preserve their wealth and good credit.Oprah is one of many who silently protests being stuck with such poor choices by refusing to marry and reproduce but you can see how much it hurts her.Bain, of Davis, Bain and Associates, Inc., the interview is labeled “an absolute hoax.” Says “Serena Williams has not conducted and would not, under under any circumstance, conduct such an interview.

Interviewer – But you have decided to accept the two choices? I grew up in California around the two extremes of wealth.

If I could only get myself to try the bisexual thing I would have been much happier in my relationships. I loved many of them but they were just not suitable for marriage.

I am wealthy so I am invited and have traveled to the most prestigious events all over the world. Early in December 2004, the specious interview quoted above came to be flung from inbox to inbox.

In it, tennis sensation Serena Williams slams African-American men (“Like a poor homeless dog”), predicting they will be obsolete in ten years once artificial insemination has become “as common and accessible as the flu shot,” identifies Oprah Winfrey as unmarried and childless because she “silently protests being stuck with such poor choices,” and tips us all to a “secret organization of women” (“mostly white”) that is waiting for “[T]he day when men are 100% Before anyone lets the tennis star’s purported comments get them too riled, it needs to be pointed out that this blood-boiler of an interview is a fake.

Black men over the years have become less and less of value to black women both rich and poor. Now they serve little to no function and what little they can do, they don’t want to do. Serena : That’s when going to a fertility clinic to get impregnated by a sperm donor will become as common and accessible as the flu shot.

Women who want sex will do it with whoever they want ( girl, guy, rich, poor, white, black) and go to the bank (the sperm bank) when they are ready to have children.

At this time it is not known who penned it or why, but the exchange is fiction.

In a press release issued by her publicist, Raymone K.

On 7 December 2004, nationally syndicated radio host Russ Parr passed along to his web site visitors the Serena Williams “interview.” (We’re told he also read the piece on air and later in the show had publicist on to refute it, but we can’t confirm that as we weren’t tuned in.) The next day he added to the previous offering by posting the statement from Serena Williams’ publicist.