Paula Patton & Julian: Off To An Interview!

Paula Patton and her son Julian, 3, were spotted leaving their New York City West Village hotel on Tuesday (July 30). The pair were making their way uptown for her appearance on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.

Earlier in the day Robin Thicke performed Blurred Lines on the Today show.

Speaking to E! News – Paula talked about the 2 Guns scene where she shows off her “boobies.”

“This is his first time seeing it on screen,” she said, referring to her husband. “He sees it at home all the time. But yes, this is the first time he’s seeing it. And my mom.”

Paula warned her mom stating, “I just said, ‘Mom, you’re gonna see my boobies.’ She was like, ‘OK, I think I can handle that.'”

Patton also added, “It’s for the art always.”

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  • Cedro

    Robin’s mini me.

  • shawnna

    wow..he is his father’s son

  • Someone

    I know genetics are a funny thing but I thought for sure there would be more of mom in this little boy! Same with my boys, they strongly favor dad 😀

  • Anonymous

    I remember the ridiculous comments she made about a year ago saying “blackness takes time” and ” a tan and curly hair is coming”. And threatening to “put baby oil on him and put him in the sun” as if though she was embarrassed that he wasn’t “black” enough for her. Imagine if a white person said she wanted to lighten their skin or straighten their hair? She should have married a black guy then. I lost respect for this woman and I don’t want to hear it was a joke. You keep that stuff to yourself. She’s the reason why racism is still alive in this country.

    • anon

      Where did you read that? Sounds like she was joking.

      • Anonymous

        She was joking I saw the interview on TV she was laughing the whole time she said it. Only an idiot like Anonymous above would take what she said seriously.

    • shaboopie

      Sigh, why do people (usually white, from my experience as a black woman) jump at a chance to accuse a brown person/American minority of being racist, just because if a white person had said the same phrase, it WOULD be racist? Guess what. She’s half white, half black. Wanting your child to look darker, i.e. like the group of people who are constantly oppressed in the US, who are constantly disenfranchised, stereotyped, and discriminated against, is NOT racist. Racism involves privilege and power. Furthermore, sometimes it’s just about appearance, not race. If she had a red-haired baby and wanted the kid’s hair to grow to be more blond, would she be accused of hating “gingers?” No. It’s just a preference and like someone else noted, I’m sure it’s not a serious statement and that she loves her child either way.

      For the record, YOUR entire comment on the matter was insulting and derogatory, much more so than Patton’s comment.

  • A

    People only pay attention to color, if you’d look at Julian’s face you’d see his facial features look like his mom Paula.

  • Bree

    Black or white this child is not attractive. And racism is just as unattractive coming from a black person as a white one. It’s the deed in itself that’s horrible, not the nationality of the person saying it. Anyone can be racist.

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