The actor had some fun addressing the common inquiry.
The "Sister, Sister" star said she and Tamera Mowry wanted to be on the cover of a "popular magazine" but were told they couldn't because they were Black.
“I’ll have to accept we have a warrior of an angel watching over us now," the co-host of "The Real" wrote on Instagram.
The actress returned to "The Real" two weeks after her niece, Alaina, was killed in a mass shooting.
Host Loni Love, who channeled Oprah, called the media mogul a "living legend."
Sistah, sistahhhh. Never knew how much I missed ya.
A trip with her son taught her to encourage other traveling families.
Yas, yas and more yas.
“They’re rebooting all the other shows, it would be nice to see a show with women of color."