Raven-Symone Responds to Buzzes That She Is transitioning Into A Male
When you are in the spotlight, you have to face many harsh comments from people. The same happens with Raven-Symone, an American actress who finally broke her silence and responded to the rumor that she was turning into a man. Is it true? If you want to know more about her response, just stick with us. Before going onward, let’s have a look at Raven’s biography and career.
Raven-Symoné Christina Pearman-Maday is an American actress, singer, and songwriter, known mononymously as Raven. She was born on December 10, 1985, in Atlanta, Georgia, to Lydia and Christopher. She has a younger brother named Blaize.
She has received several awards, including five NAACP Image Awards, three Young Artist Awards, two Kids’ Choice Awards, and three Daytime Emmy Award nominations. In 2012, she was included by VH1 on their “100 Greatest Child Stars of All Time”.
As Raven began her career as a child actress, starring in the series The Cosby Show and Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper, both of which earned her many awards and nominations.
She played Raven Baxter on the Disney Channel’s series That’s So Raven as a young adult. Besides, her film credits include Dr. Dolittle, its sequel Dr. Dolittle 2, The Princess Diaries 2, and College Road Trip, which were all box office successes.
During the Summer tour in 2008, She officially announced that she would not continue with Hollywood records after completing her two-CD deal. Symone provided the voice work to the character of Iridessa, the light-fairy in the Disney Fairies franchise and direct-to-DVD Tinker Bell movie series.
Aside from acting, she released her debut studio album at the age of seven, Here’s to New Dreams. Her other studio albums are, Undeniable, This Is My Time, and Raven-Symoné, several of which were certified platinum and gold and gained chart success. From 2015 to 2016, she was also a co-host of the ABC daytime talk show The View.
Why raven-Symon respond to the rumor?
The rumor started when Raven-Symon posted her mannish side in pictures. She posted photos on Instagram in February 2020; Raven paired up in baggy sweatpants and sweatshirts and braided hair.
At two, Raven worked with Ford Models in New York City and appeared in several commercials for Jell-O, Cool Whip, and Ritz Crackers. Later, Raven moved to Ossining with her parents and joined Park school.
Raven reacted after seeing so many comments about she is transitioning into a Male. Symone exact words – Wow, most of you think I am turning into a Man only because I am threaded up for my wig and was feeling myself for a while; guess I need to show off Just my shoes and a sneak of the fit.
Raven posted a few more comments and deleted them; she replied to the deleted post and then wrote ‘People obviously can’t handle me daily.’
Later, she also posted a series of pics with her hair braided up without a wig and wearing different baggy clothes and mentioned, “Mankind has made me do this, and yes, I know its FI***,” she stated in the caption.
She said that when she was twelve, she was attracted to both girls and boys; however, she refused to label her sexual preference.
Raven officially introduced her girlfriend Marie Livingston in 2015, and they broke up in the same year for some reason. The following year on “The View” show, Raven-Symone confirmed that she is Lesbian.