Halle Berry takes ex to court for trying to make Daughter look White!

Halle Berry and daughter Nahla,who's father wants to look white.

This is a really funny story.One really should be careful with the person you date,marry or decide to have kids with.You should really be on the same page.

Halle Berry recently took her ex-boyfriend and baby daddy Gabriel Aubry to court to reduce the amount of child support she has to pay to him for the joint custody he has of their six-year-old daughter Nahla.
Now, the two are back in court again over what Halle thinks are racial tensions. Halle

Berry took Aubry to court this week for trying to make Nahla look "white," and always straightening her hair.
Now isn't that strange? You dated a black woman ,but don't wanna have a black baby? Strange world indeed.I have read it somewhere previously that Gabriel Aubry,gets upset when they call his daughter black or African American.I feel sorry for that child,i hope they don't get her all messed up! I mean if your parents can't even decide between themselves what you are,what hope do you have?

I thought i had heard it all in Hollywood,but taking your baby father to court for trying to make your dauhter look white or refuse her ethnicity is something else.I see Halle's point though.

According to TMZ;

Halle was furious Gabriel was straightening Nahla's naturally-curly hair, lightening it with highlights and she is convinced it's because he does not want the girl to appear to be African American.

Halle didn't show in court Monday morning, but her lawyer Steve Kolodny did, along with Gabriel and after a lot of arguing the judge ruled NEITHER Halle nor Gabriel could change Nahla's look from its natural state.

Reportedly, the judge "is allowing Nahla's hair to grow back naturally."

This is not the first time Halle had made a point about the race of Nahla. Back in 2011, she had said that she "feels like" Nahla is black. She explained:

I'm not going to put a label on it. I had to decide for myself, and that's what she's going to have to decide—how she identifies herself in the world. And I think, largely, that will be based on how the world identifies her. That's how I identified myself.

But I feel like she's black. I'm black and I'm her mother, and I believe in the one-drop theory.

Do you think Halle Berry has a point, or over-playing the race card in a simple hair styling disagreement with her baby daddy?

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