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The following year, in 1998, the two had a son named Elliot.
The road for this couple wasn’t as smooth as you would think. Since their divorce was never finalized, they renewed their vows in 2004.
But, either way, it's safe to say they don't discriminate when it comes to love.
Here's a list of some of them--and yes, it includes some of the hottest couples in Hollywood.
Society has come a long way from 1967 when interracial marriages were first legalized throughout the United States, thanks to the Loving vs. People of all races and ethnicities are now free to intermingle with one another, but such relationships still come with a fair share of objections and complications.
Social media has shown that many Black Americans take issue with interracial dating and marriages, and this has particularly become obvious when it comes to famous Black men. Jordan experienced backlash on social media and blogs after being photographed with White women who he was suspected of dating, along with saying other questionable things in relation to Black women.
Some women think this is problematic because the wealth should stay within the Black community, where it is greatly needed.
Kylie Jenner's smokin' hot body is now 20 years in the making -- and she decided to show off the goods a day before the big 2-0 ... Kylie posted these shots of herself Wednesday -- the day before her 20th birthday -- proving she's all woman as she exits her teens. They held a private shindig at the Hills Penthouse in West Hollywood ...
Later in the day she celebrated her bday with her mom, most of her sisters (sans Kourtney), her friends and, of course, her man, Travis Scott.
Master P’s son, Romeo, was also sent a lot of hate after posting a picture of his White girlfriend on Instagram.
According to the most recent census data on interracial marriages, only 17 percent of Black Americans marry outside of their race.