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  • Danielle

    I would vote for Daymond. He looks like he know what it takes to keep a woman happy.

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  • Swagadore

    Yo, I’m a fella & then, I’m not a fruit-booty, but, “my” vote goes to Jaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaamie Foxx. I’m just saying, if I my oestrogen levels way outweigheds my testosterone levels, I’d drop a couple of eggs 4 that brother! Coz he is funny as hell!

    No homo (Do they still say that?)

  • Laci

    Idris Elba all day long!!! I’m just saying if I were on the show with Idris, it would be over for the other ladies…

  • theblacktye.com

    How about a regular, professional, hard working black man. Celebrities don’t always have to claim the spotlight. Notice, the white bachelors are regular every day guys. Our black men don’t need to have millions to be noticed.

  • Danielle

    When we hear “Bachelor” most of us think of a man in his 20s and 30s. Why so many men 40 plus?

  • Francis

    Instead of begging ABC to cast a black bachelor how about we start our own Bachelor TV show? Would black people watch it? Doubt it. Instead black folks rather watch RHOA or Basketball wives..

  • Kim

    They’re all beautiful black men but Daymond would win my vote … he’s the only reason I used to watch Shark Tank.

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