Halle Berry is featured on the cover of Ebony this month. And while it's unclear exactly when the actress spoke to the magazine, there's little doubt she was indirectly addressing ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry when doing so.
Consider the allegation that Aubry flipped out any time he and Berry's two-year old, Nahla, was referred to as "black." Now, consider the following quote by Halle in Ebony:
"I feel she's Black. I'm Black and I'm her mother, and I believe in the one-drop theory," a belief thought up during segregation to describe anyone who wasn't Caucasian on both sides.
Elsewhere in the interview, Berry emphasizes her view on motherhood.
"Being a mother is probably the most important thing in my life right now... Career is important, but nothing really supersedes my roles as a mother. That's the most important thing I'm going to do in this life."
Translation: she and Aubry are in for a drawn-out, ugly custody battle.