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Although it failed to reach Top 40 on the Hot Country Songs charts, his debut album was released under the production of Lehning and Walker.The next single, "Look at Me Now", peaked at number 24, followed by the consecutive number 1 hits "Someone Else's Star" and "Rebecca Lynn".That’s when the anonymous tweets of outrage began appearing on from angry sistas who accused White of being another example of a self hating brotha.White responded to the outrage by reposting tweets from his loyal followers whose sentiments he apparently shared, but maybe he was too afraid to express.I thought, ‘There are 31 flavors of ice cream at Baskin Robbins, can I like one? White took to his Twitter page yesterday to lash out at haters for questioning his reasons for marrying a LSLH Latina.In case anyone confused his “retweets” for his own thoughts, White repeatedly tweeted this disclaimer: But in reality the retweets must have equaled his opinion or he wouldn’t have taken the time to retweet them.
This, despite recently saying that he believes that the way Black women are portrayed on reality shows isn’t far from the truth.White has charted seventeen singles on the Billboard country charts, of which six reached number 1: "Someone Else's Star" in 1995, "Rebecca Lynn," "I'm Not Supposed To Love You Anymore," "From This Moment On," (With Shania Twain) "So Much for Pretending" in 1996, and "Sittin' on Go" in 1997."So Much for Pretending" was the most successful of these songs, spending two weeks at Number One.We caught up with the actor to dig deeper into his thoughts on Black women and reality shows (especially Ne Ne Leakes), and find out whether his interracial marriage may affect how people perceived his comments.ESSENCE.com: You’ve caught a lot of flack for your comments about Black women, so we just have to ask -- do you hate Black women? I'm [the tile of his book and youth development program]. I did that interview on speakerphone and my mom was in my car with me. ESSENCE.com: Why do you think the story of you hating on Black women picked up so much steam? There are probably lots of reasons, but I feel like that's what sells.