Kirsters Baish| Halle Berry is just another celebrity using the color of her skin to gain sympathy from the masses… but the problem for her is that she has been publicly outed by her former classmates. They have spoken up, and it’s obvious that the Oscar winner’s claims are outright lies.
During an interview with “People Magazine,” Berry insisted that she had been made a victim in high school, because her classmates were white. Unfortunately for the actress, former classmates of hers were listening, and they didn’t like what she had to say. Her race-baiting didn’t get her very far.
People wrote, “the X-Men actress says she was bullied ‘because of the color of my skin.” She went on to say, “because my mother was white and my father was black… we got called Oreos and names, and kids just didn’t understand, so we were different.” But the actress didn’t stop there. She went on, “we were the brunt of a lot of jokes. I think my need to please and my desire to achieve was because I was constantly trying to prove that I was as good as the other white students. I felt very ‘less than,’ and I thought ‘If I can beat them at everything, then I can be as good as them.’”
PJ Media reported that Berry’s comments didn’t bode well with her former classmates.
In fact, there is a Facebook group called “You know you grew up in Bedford.” The group was created to keep people from the small Ohio town in touch. Former classmates of the Hollywood Star used the group as a means to share their high school experiences with the actress.
One Facebook user wrote, “class of ’86 here…..I didn’t know Halle personally so while I certainly can’t speak to her individual experience I can speak to how I looked at her and how all of my friends looked at her in high school. My female friends (black and white) and I thought she was gorgeous and wanted to look like her while my male friends (black and white) had massive crushes on her and wanted to date her. Curious also that she left out the fact she was elected Prom Queen by the entire student body, black and white.”
A former Bedford student named James replied, “bullish*t, she was in my art class at Bedford HS, I talked to her everyday, she was a cheerleader too and treated like a queen!. I always had respect for her until now!”
But it didn’t end there. More of Berry’s former classmates came forward to set the record straight once and for all.
“Halle is whining for attention. If she wanted to change the way things are she would be doing something, anything, for kids in her home town,” explained someone named Dawn. She went on to say, “she could easily afford to give a lot, but she doesn’t. What has she done in the last thirty years to help Bedford cheerleaders? Any scholarships for local disadvantaged girls? Has she built a playground? A shelter? Put any Oakwood kids through college? Seriously? What has she done for the biracial kids walking the path that was so tough for her?”
Cindy, another Bedford graduate exclaimed, “I know her very well. This is another ‘Hollywood’ story that makes for a good interview. She was NEVER picked on! She was popular and very outgoing.”
The proof is in the picture, after all, they are worth a thousand words.
PJ Media contributor Paula Bolyard stated, “her fellow students see a disconnect between the popular girl, whose peers elected her as their class president and prom queen, and the millionaire Hollywood elitist who now implies that she experienced systemic racism at school.”
It’s hard to feel sorry for someone who literally had it all… and has even more now. It’s nice to see so many people stepping up to tell the truth about what a liar this Hollywood “star” is.