When asked why he spoke out about the hate on his show, Romeo said he wants to be someone who brings awareness to the fact that humanity has a long way to go before we finally understand that love doesn’t have a color.“I think that’s the cool thing I was able to show on this TV show at that time in my life is that love is colorless at the end of the day, and you can’t live for other people,” he said.A problem shouldn’t be whether I like somebody that’s Black, Chinese, Puerto Rican, or purple.If I love you, I love you for you.” Romeo appeared on his new reality show, “Growing Up Hip Hop,” with Morgan and let her look at the criticism that they were receiving on social media.Though she’s mostly asked to play variations on meek, pouty or sultry, the effortlessly charismatic star not only stands out among her more seasoned colleagues but also hints at an inner life the film seems too distracted to explore.
Grace (Destiny) lives with her trainwreck of a mother Lisa (Garcelle Beauvais) in a Mississippi trailer park and feels like an outcast at school, where she’s taunted by the ringleader (Raven-Symone) of a mean-girls clique and mourns the recent loss of best friend Andrea (Paige Hurd) to suicide.
Romeo Miller caught a lot of flack last year when he posted pictures of his girlfriend, Toneata Morgan, to Instagram.
Critics flocked to his page to tell him that Morgan, who is White, was only with the No Limit heir for his money and that he should date a Black woman.
All the characters are flawed, as all human beings are, and there is a lot of tragedy shaping the main characters.
Ryan Destiny is a great actress who portrays Grace, a troubled teenager who is coming of age after losing her best friend to suicide the summer before her senior year of high school.