Its success resulted in spin-offs based in Atlanta , Hollywood , and Miami. The series is known for its sprawling ensemble cast, with over cast members. The franchise is also known for launching the careers of previously unknown artists, including Joseline Hernandez , K. Michelle and Cardi B. The franchise has generated controversy since its inception, and is often criticized for tending towards a narrative format more commonly seen in scripted genres such as soap operas , and appearing to fabricate much of its story line. However, it is one of the highest rated unscripted franchises in cable television history,    and has been described as a " guilty pleasure ".
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It's true that people still mostly date within their race but the OP is correct in stating that the trend of seeing white girls with black guys is indeed much more prevalent now than it used to be. I've seen it for myself no matter where I travel to. Its a question suggestion an observation, it has nothing to do with trying to be racist, it only became "racist" as soon as you opened your mouth. I don't think it's wise to call someone a "black troll". He may be a troll so lets just leave it at that. It's a trend where I live.
‘Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta’ star Mimi Faust announces engagement to WNBA star Ty Young
I have an idea. Meet in the living room in 5, and bring a blanket. Feyre laughs as he dives back into his room, but she does what he says; she rummages in her room and picks out the fluffiest blanket she owns before heading into the living room. She hears him rush into the kitchen, so she sits down and waits. He puts the popcorn down on the coffee table and then goes to the TV.
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