Not all - but a lot. There is this mixed guy in my class who looks more white than anything. He has green eyes, curly hair, freckles, and white skin. I told my friend to tell him I thought he was cute and he laughed and said "I don't want no cave bitches." Then he posted a status saying, he only liked black and mixed girls. There is another mixed guy in my class who looks like a a lot of other mixed people. Tan skin, curly hair (fade) and light brown eyes. We were talking about race in class and I called him a "white boy" jokingly and he said "i ain't no fucking white " I said, "should i call you black?" He said, "yeah but dont call me white." I asked him if he dated white girls and he said "no because he's not about to white wash his bloodline. Even Drake too, every girlfriend Drake has, has been a black or mixed woman. Not once, has he dated a white girl.
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I don't think either of the people you mentioned as examples were being racist towards white people.
If they're half white though, they may choose to identify more with the culture of their 'other half', because more than once I've heard halfies who identify as more white as being looked down on by family/friends of their other race. For 'abandoning their true culture', things like that.
I mean, I jokingly will sometimes call my boyfriend a banana for how white-washed he is. But I guess with mixed people, they might be called things like that in more of a derogatory context especially if they choose to identify as white more often than black/Asian, etc..0