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Not at all. Far outside a Black Hole, gravity feels just the same as it would if the Hole were a regular star. For example, if our Sun were suddenly replaced by a Black Hole with the same mass as the Sun, the Earth would continue orbiting as usual (though things would get pretty cold). The Sun's replacement would actually trap fewer things floating through space than the Sun would, though they would stay trapped in a black hole.