By Victor Trammell One of the most dominant figures in the world of women’s tennis has stated that she is planning to marry outside her race for reasons she says are attributed to the flaws of black men on the dating scene.According to various media sources, tennis champion Serena Williams (pictured left) and co-founder Alexis Ohanian (pictured right) got engaged in December 2016 and are publicly enjoying a happy relationship in the public eye.celebrate on the podium after the women's doubles tennis competition at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games August 17, 2008.Venus Williams won 6-2 6-4 in a sixty-nine minute match, repeating her final's win from last year.“When I date someone I never see color,” Serena said, “I date who I have chemistry with, but I must say Alexis has treated me better than any Black man I have dated.” This seemed to have upset some on social media.I’m not sure why especially if Serena is speaking on HER experience with dating. Who cares who anyone chooses to date in this day and age. Serena has been been known to date rappers Drake and Common as well as former NFL linebacker Lamar Arrington and basketball star Amare Stoudemire.Not only is she engaged to the love of her life and on top of her game in the tennis world, she is currently pregnant with her first child.This will be the first child with fiance and According to the blog site 18karatreggae.com, when asked about her experience dating a white man she explained race is not an issue.
REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)Gold medallists Serena (R) and Venus Williams of the U.
A few of them have been with successful white men, such as big-time Hollywood producer and director Brett Ranter.
However, a larger number of these flings have been with well-to-do black men, such as Drake and Common (two famous rappers), as well as Lamar Arrington and Amare Stoudemire (two famous professional athletes).
Williams (a black female) and Ohanian ( a white male) are obviously an interracial couple.
Williams has been in a number of high-profile relationships with men over the course of her professional career in the public eye.