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Terrence Howard took a break from lusting after Oprah Winfrey's "tig ole bitties" and sat down with HipHollywood to talk about his new film Dead Man Down.
In the movie Terrence plays the ruthless crime lord Alphonse.
"You have to tap into your own mistakes and misgivings that you've made," Terrence said, speaking about how he got into character to play a villain in the flick. "You have to rip open wounds, scars and not allow them to heal."
Last year the actor went through a bitter divorce battle with his ex-Michelle Ghent. Howard feels like some members of the black media treated him unfairly because he married an Asian woman.
"We have a crab mentality where we still pull each down because of choices that we make," Terrence said of African Americans. "Because I choose to marry an Asian woman, instead of a black woman. I think as black people we have to start helping each other and congratulating each other for being morally strong. If you don't have something nice to say, don't say nothing at all."
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Terrence Howard To Black People: Don't Be Mad I Married An Asian Woman
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