Rapper THE GAME Caught Kissing A Caucasian Actress . . . Are White Girls The NEW WAVE In 2022?

Rapper The Game was caught kissing a popular Caucasian actress on Tok Tok. And with the recent increase in Black male celebrities dating interracially, Media Take Out has noticed that many on Black Twitter are asking – is dating a white girl the new wave for summer 2022??

The Game was caught sharing a kiss with Christa B. Allen of 13 Going On 30 in a video uploaded to TikTok on Monday.

The 30-year-old actress, who shared the clip on her personal TikTok account, was seen hugging the 42-year-old rapper as he gave her a tight hug.

The duo then turned their heads towards each other and briefly touched lips before saying goodbye to Allen’s followers with a smile.


Earlier in the day, Christa told her fans that she recently broke up with her boyfriend and wants to change things up. According to photos on the actresses’ social media accounts, her ex-boyfriend was also White.


Christa was last dating musician Johnny What, who she reportedly dated sometime in 2017 and later formed the band Pour Vous with her in 2018.


Christa is best known for her famous starring role as Jennifer Garner’s mini-me in the 2004 rom-com 13 Going on 30. She also starred in Ghosts of Girlfriends Past (2009) as well as for her role as socialite Charlotte Grayson on the ABC drama series Revenge.


Black Twitter is crazy about the fact that there seems to be an increasing number of black male celebrities choosing to date white women.

As a popular commenter said on Twitter: “If 2021 was a hot girl summer, 2022 seems to be a white girl summer for these black men.”

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