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Revealing Photo Of ‘Chocolate City’ Star Robert Ri’chard Shows Why He’s A Rising Talent

by Rob Smith February 03, 2016

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Chocolate City actor Robert Ri’chard’s nude pic has leaked, and there’s all kinds of caramel-colored goodness.

If you’re wondering who he is, you never watched Nickelodeon in the late ’90s. Richard was on Cousin Skeeter from ’98-2001 and segued into the UPN series One On One which ran until 2006.

Most recently, he gleamed, and glistened along with Tyson Beckford and Michael Jai Parker in the aforementioned Chocolate City, an “urban” (read: black) take on Magic Mike which pretty much went straight to DVD.

Related: Tyson Beckford Takes It Off In ‘Chocolate City’

We cant show the pic here, since this is a family site. But if you’re clever, we’re sure you can find it somehow.

Oh what the hell, just click here and enjoy. We’ll hold commentary on anything below the waist (cause that’s just tacky), but we will say the dude has a torso that’ll keep us doing overtime at the gym for awhile.

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