1. Justin Timberlake
Photo: Owen Beiny/WENN.comThough the Detroit rapper has been a major player in the Black-dominated rap game, and obviously identifies more with African American culture, he has yet to be seriously linked to any African American women. And before you go there, the only thing serious about his booty calls with Mariah Carey was the musical feud that ensued between them afterwards.
3. Vanilla Ice
Photo: Jay Valena/ WENN.comUndoubtedly the most popular and mainstream White rapper of the 80’s/90’s, Vanilla Ice (real name Robert Van Winkle) sported the same style as the rest of the hip-hop community but was never linked to any Black women that we can find, but one's private life was easier to keep private in those days.
4. Adam Levine
Photo: Kyle Blair/WENN.comMaybe it’s the way he infuses soul, funk, and hip-hop into his music, or the tatted up bad boy image, or the fact that he did a music video with Rihanna, but something’s got a us thinking that Adam Levine might enjoy a romance with a Black woman. We know that Adam definitely has an appreciation for African American culture, as he's stated before.
5. Adrien Brody
Photo: WENN.comWhen he played the lead in the 1998 film Restaurant which involved an interracial relationship with Elise Neal’s character, unexpectedly kissed Halle Berry at the 2003 Oscars, starred as a love interest to Beyonce’s Etta James in Cadillac Records, and made it known to the world that he created “dope hip-hop,” we knew Adrien had love for the Sistas. But did that reflect real-life romance? Not so much.
6. Quentin Tarantino
Photo: Ivan Nikolov/WENN.comTarantino often includes ethnic characters in his films (his popular Blaxplotation film Jackie Brown is a notable one). He seems to have knowledge and respect for the rawness of Black culture. In his film Pulp Fiction he plays a character married to a Black woman, but in real life he has only been linked to actresses like Mira Sorvino, Sofia Coppola, and even Margaret Cho.
7. Benicio Del Toro
8. Benjamin Bratt
9. John Leguizamo
Photo:Andres Otero/ WENN.comThe Colombian American actor is no stranger to the urban lifestyle, growing up in Queens. He wrote his memoir entitled: Pimps, Hos, Playa Hatas and All the Rest of My Hollywood Friends: My Life” in 2006, so we know he’s got the lingo but Leguizamo has not been notably linked to an African American woman.
10. Mark Wahlberg
Photo: FayesVision/WENN.comThe former Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch front man grew up tough as nails and used to make hip-hop music (though he’s now completely embarrassed of "the bunch") so naturally we’d wonder whether he’s open to dating Black women. Since he’s married with children, it’ll all have to be speculation at this point.
11. Channing Tatum
Photo: WENNChanning Tatum is like that one goofy, wise-cracking White friend in the group of all Black dudes who are a little riff-raffy. You instantly feel like you know him, and you probably knew a guy just like him. He's got that urban swag.
12. Dante Basco
Photo: PNP / WENNYou know you watched Fakin’ da Funk back in the day. Remember? The movie where Dante’s character is adopted by a Black family in the hood and he attempts get with Tatiana Ali. Got us to thinking that Dante was into that Asian-Black swirl. Not sure if he's dated Black women but we know that the dancer/poet/hip-hop artist definitely could have.