The "Being Mary Jane" actor perfectly described Kaavia and Cairo's meetup as "pure sweetness and comedy."
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.
The actor joked that she was just happy her toddler's activity kept her entertained.
Sistah, sistahhhh. Never knew how much I missed ya.
Congrats are in order!
She offered a "plain and simple" reason behind the change.
Yas, yas and more yas.
“They’re rebooting all the other shows, it would be nice to see a show with women of color."
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