Amara La Negra Visits ‘The Breakfast Club’ / Talks Being Afro-Latina, Racism, & ‘Love & Hip-Hop Miami’

Published: Monday 22nd Jan 2018 by Sam

‘Love & Hip-Hop Miami’ is already causing quite the stir and one the names at the centre of the controversy is rising star Amara La Negra. 

A proud Afro-Latina, who has enjoyed success in the Latin market, she’s now hoping to make a mark on a more global scale.

During a now infamous scene, she was shown asking producer Young Hollywood for advice on how to reach her dreams. His response, which was to down her “ethnic, Macy Gray” look, caused outrage and immediately saw an outpouring of support for La Negra.

Keen to discuss the race and cultural politics that so many have opted not to talk about, she stopped by The Breakfast Club today.

During the candid chat, La Negra articulated her points amazingly and expanded a little more on who she is as well her artistic proposition.

Having recently signed a major deal with BMG, folk will no doubt be seeing a whole lot more of her.

Get a head start by checking out the interview below…

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  1. Achooo! January 22, 2018

    Amara is a gorgeous, intelligent, very articulate Afro Latina. This interview was ruined by ignorant Ambi cream scape toast face Charlamagne and ugly b*** licking Third World trash Envy. They just don’t get it. Humans have to understand that black is EVERYWHERE. The GODS created dark skinned first as the original and prototype for Homo sapiens from Homo Erectus. All races are created by dark skinned blacks. Every human regardless of color have black DNA running through its veins whether they like it or not. Many can conned, manipulate, deny, distract, ostracize and immolate but what I said will always be 100% fact. Educate yourself and use common sense!

    • oopsisuckeditagain January 22, 2018


    • Suicide Blonde January 22, 2018

      Lol….Afrocentrism as it finest.

      • We are the grandchildren of the slaves you couldn’t kill – tyler January 22, 2018

        Accept it! The truth shall set you free.

  2. Notyou January 22, 2018

    Love ha! Such a great representative of the Afro Latino community. I’m so glad the topic of colorism within Latin communities is finally being discussed openly.

    As a person of Puerto Rican & Trinidadian descent I can truly attest to everything she is saying.

    My puertorican grandparents would blatantly show much favoritism towards my cousins and siblings who had lighter skin.

    & Charlamitch was really trying it today! I swear he just talks out of his a*# sometimes.

  3. tru.tea.ldn January 22, 2018

    omg charlamagne looks like he wants to eat her alive the thirst is tooo much LMAO

  4. Lester January 22, 2018

    I have no clue if I like her or if she’s annoying to me, just like Anias they changed so much crossing over. Like bruh… ?

  5. Ocean January 22, 2018

    I mean I didn’t think Afro Latina was a real issue until she arrived on LHh…

  6. Jackx January 22, 2018

    Ditch that Afro girl. Not cute

  7. Venus Wyche January 5, 2019

    She’s beautiful. I’m surprised that people don’t know that there are black Dominicans. In Puerto Rico there are black Puerto Ricans and white Puerto Ricans. She’s talented. I don’t know why people have a problem with who she is.

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