Jessica Alba doesn’t. Is there anything wrong with that? Apparently so.
The third-generation American and actress is under fire this week from fellow Latinos for comments she made to Para Todos magazine:
"Alba is my last name and I'm proud of that. But that's it. My grandparents were born in California, the same as my parents, and though I may be proud of my last name, I'm American. Throughout my whole life, I've never felt connected to one particular race or heritage, nor did I feel accepted by any. If you break it down, I'm less Latina than Cameron Diaz, whose father is Cuban. But people don't call her Latina because she's blonde…"