Bain, of Davis, Bain and Associates, Inc., the interview is labeled “an absolute hoax.” Says “Serena Williams has not conducted and would not, under under any circumstance, conduct such an interview.
We are making every attempt to find the source of this hoax.” The 24-time tennis champion herself is quoted: Words cannot express how upset I am to find out that someone has deliberately attempted to ruin my reputation and image.
I hope she makes the choice to marry a non-black soon so she can have a child of her own.
I am wealthy so I am invited and have traveled to the most prestigious events all over the world. Early in December 2004, the specious interview quoted above came to be flung from inbox to inbox.
In it, tennis sensation Serena Williams slams African-American men (“Like a poor homeless dog”), predicting they will be obsolete in ten years once artificial insemination has become “as common and accessible as the flu shot,” identifies Oprah Winfrey as unmarried and childless because she “silently protests being stuck with such poor choices,” and tips us all to a “secret organization of women” (“mostly white”) that is waiting for “[T]he day when men are 100% Before anyone lets the tennis star’s purported comments get them too riled, it needs to be pointed out that this blood-boiler of an interview is a fake.
On 7 December 2004, nationally syndicated radio host Russ Parr passed along to his web site visitors the Serena Williams “interview.” (We’re told he also read the piece on air and later in the show had publicist on to refute it, but we can’t confirm that as we weren’t tuned in.) The next day he added to the previous offering by posting the statement from Serena Williams’ publicist.
As for who Serena Williams might or might not be dating, she’s been keeping company with film director Brett Ratner.