Here are 10 celebrity women who have found love dating African men.Keri Hilson named her last album “No Boys Allowed” but after meeting Oklahoma City Thunder’s Serge Ibaka, she changed her tune.Born in the Republic of the Congo, Ibaka played basketball in Spain before coming to the NBA.
Porsha wasn't awarded any alimony or cash and did not get their house nor did she receive any of his NFL retirement money or health insurance as part of the divorce settlement, according to an article on Wednesday by TMZ.
Former Pittsburgh Steelers star quarterback Kordell in the divorce settlement was awarded two houses, two plots of land, a 2013 Mercedes, a 2010 Porsche and his full retirement benefits.
He also got to keep 100 percent ownership of his companies.
We often say there’s nothing like black love and we’re pretty sure the ladies on this list would completely agree because they’ve taken their love straight back to their roots.
Still going strong, Hilson was sitting in the stands cheering her man on a couple of weeks ago when he got ejected from the game against the Los Angeles Clippers.
Actress Nia Long was out of the headlines for a while before she re-emerged a few years ago pregnant and happy. The Nigerian-American played eight seasons in the NBA before landing a job as an assistant coach with the San Antonio Spurs.
Long gave birth to their son Kez Sunday Udoka in November of 2011.
She recently reprised her role as Jordan Armstrong for Just when the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” show was getting a little boring, the good folks over at Bravo added former Miss USA winner Kenya Moore to spice things up.
In her first season on the show, Moore took up, what some would call, an inappropriate relationship with fellow castmate Phaedra Parks’ husband. Over the summer, Moore was photographed with her new boo, the son of an African billionaire. Former Destiny’s Child member Michelle Williams has kept a relatively low profile since the group went there separate ways.