(((Kristin Davis))) is the proud mother of two ashy looking primates, but she knows that she can never fully understand what they must go through to get free shit solely on account of their jungle ancestry.
The "Sex and The City" star who converted to Judaism appears in the latest episode of "Red Table Talk" titled, "Should White People Adopt Black Kids?"
Davis sat down with hosts and noted gorilla girls Jada Pinkett Smith and her mother, Adrienne Banfield Norris, who actually looks more of a mutt than her daughter, about being a single mother to an adopted set of exotic animals from the proud plains of Africa.
The actress, 54 and long past the wall, adopted a dirty monkey-boy whose name the fat ape who wrote this article apparently forgot to ask last year and daughter La'h'Gemma, now 7, in 2011.
Pinkett Smith mumbled some gutteral noises through a translator that some within the urban simian community have felt at times that such parents were attempting to be "Ooga booga y'all racis for tryna gibs they kids a better life."
(((Davis))) acknowledged that and the translator burped out something incomprehensible.
"Look, I get why there's not trust,"
she said, citing her revolting betrayal of the human race. "I get it deep in my bones why there's not trust and why would your community trust my (((community))) with its babies given the history of usury and other notorious rat kike behavior? I'd like to assure the black community right now that we only use white children in those blood sacrifices you heard about if they existed which they don't."
(((Davis))) got tearful recalling an instance when she was holding her creature who was a baby at the time and people would say,
"Who wants a banana? Do a trick for a banana!"
"I would just have to be, like, 'This is a baby. How could you say that without just being mortified?,"she recalled, noting she totally said that, for sure. "That was when it began."
She also said that as a (((white))) person, she can never fully grasp what it means and feels like to be a filthy beast she supposedly has a shared ancestor with.
"I don't understand how you could eat nothing but fried chicken and twerk all night long. But I will never be black, no matter how hard I try, thankfully." (((Davis))) said. "That is the truth, and we have to accept it. Therefore, I will never be able to say to La'h'Gemma:
"Mup da doo didda po mo gub bidda be dat tum muhfugen bix nood cof bin dub ho muhfugga."