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Famous Blasians

Famous People with Asian Black Heritage



Crystal Kay
– Singer who’s mother is Korean and father is African American.


Foxy Brown
– family is Trinidadian and Asian.


Nicole Lyn
– Her mother is Black and her father is of Chinese descent.


Sachio Kinugasa
– His father is Black and his mother is Japanese. He became a baseball fan favorite, overcoming years of abuse endured because his father was a black American soldier.


Michael Takahashi
– Born to a Japanese mother and a Black father. Player on the Japan Basketball League.

Peter Westbrook – His father is Black, his mother is Japanese. As a fencer, a six-time Olympian and 13-time U.S. national champion, Peter Westbrook is one of America’s most decorated athletes.

Sheila Hudson – Her father is Black and her mother is Korean. The American record-holder in the triple jump.

Hines Ward – His mother is Korean and his father is Black.

Johnnie Morton and Chad Morton – mother is Japanese, father is Black

Kelis – Her mother is Chinese and Puerto Rican her father is Black

Amerie – Amerie’s mother is from Korea and her dad is an African-American

Sean Paul – his parents had Portuguese, Chinese, and Jamaican blood

Naomi Campbell – Her mother is Black (Jamaican), her father is Multiracial, at least partly Chinese.

Tyson Beckford – His father is Black (Jamaican) and his mother is Chinese/American

Kimora Lee Simmons – Her father is Black her mother is Japanese


Tiger Woods
– mother is Thai and his father has black and white roots.


Tomika Skanes
– Model who’s mother is Korean and father is African American. We’ve spoken to her a few times and think she’s very sweet.

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  1. Maria permalink
    February 21, 2010 10:37 pm

    Hey Nikki! Have you heard of these adorable little Blasian rockers? There father is Chinese, there mother is Black Jamaican. Check them out here:

    Here’s there website it includes their bio:

    http://www.thebotsband.com:80/

    Good to know that you and Mrs. Spike Lee are taking on the very important issue of Infant Mortality, which is appalling high in America as a nation and I’m sure in the black community even more so.

    Hugs to you and baby Daniel!

    -Maria

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