Rapper eve dating white guy

She pointedly asks, "My perspective on men has definitely changed,” she admits. For women, if you are frustrated and keep attracting the same type of dude over and over again, it is not the dude, it is you. I needed to figure out who I was and what I wanted before I attracted the guy I needed to be with.”"I never thought I would date outside of my race,” Eve admits.

"I never thought it would seriously be something that I considered because of where we come from. But really..you bring it up in EVERY.single.fukking interview you do?

“When people found out I was with a white dude, some people really came at me on Twitter,” Eve told The Voice. “People were like, ‘I can’t believe you’re with a white guy, what the f*** are you doing? But now, it’s totally fine.” The Philadelphia-born rapstress, who recently released her new album Lip Lock, admitted that even she found it hard to adapt to a relationship with a white man.

“I’ve gotta say, even for me, it took a little bit of time to be comfortable being out with him [Cooper] in my music situation, because it’s different – it’s not considered the norm.

It took a while for us to get comfortable, but when things got serious, we went for it. Would you rather me date someone, like my ex [Stevie J], just because he’s black? "I’m not everyone’s cup of tea and Nicki’s not everyone’s cup of tea,” she says. You’re not going to listen to every single artist that comes out. It’s unfortunate that he’s going through those things. White men LOVE an educated, smart, accomplished black woman that has her own. Happiness is not the type of man you have it's what you have on the inside. I have a really thick body, but I am a smart educated woman with a JD (Jurist Doctorate) degree and no matter what type of clothes I put on or how I look I attract the hoods. Facebook.com/Evolvage and follow @This topic is gonna be in every one of her interviews I see.

When we first started having pictures taken of us, I got so many negative tweets. I wondered where all of that hatred was coming from. But obviously, Nicki has a huge fan base and she’s doing her thing. The last time I saw him was when we did the BET Hip-Hop Awards cypher. She has found a whole man who just happens to be white. So I do not think that is necessarily true It has nothing to do with the body type or clothes, it's what a woman projects. Where do I find a quality public school or free private school for my child? J Hud = weight loss, Kelly = Beyoncé, Eve = interracial shit (rolls eyes). Every black man is not a Stevie J, so go somewhere with the "you rather for me to date a guy like Stevie J than to be happy" line...excuse. My friend Emily has just married to a handsome wealthy black man.

He also facilitated an informal poll asking whether or not black men still had a problem with black women dating interracially, with 49% of over 22,000 voters saying “HELL YES THEY DO!

” Let me preface that I know Farrah–I’ve met him in person and we are Facebook friends. He’s also relatively good looking, which makes him a absolute catch to single it’s absurd.

But when I met him, it was something that was so familiar. If somebody is treating me the way I’m supposed to be treated, who cares what race he happens to be? "He’s the most special person I’ve ever met, honestly. Black men are intimidated by an accomplished black woman which is why so many of our sisters are dipping in the snow i.e., Eve, Naomi, Kerry Washington. Seems like Eve is talking more about her interracial relationship than any bloggers or media outlets. A ton of black women in Hollywood date/have dated white dudes. I agree with everything except the part about it is your fault what you attract.

Sigh…a segment of people invested in keeping black women in an inferior position (and I say “people,” because this group is composed of both black men, black women, and some other non-black folks) have made a big fuss online because Eve, a rapper, formerly urban, edgy, and the ride-or-die black chick most thugs are comfortable seeing, transformed her image and self-destructive mentality and in doing so, attracted the man of her dreams.

The fact that this man, Maximilian Cooper, is not black seems to be grounds to deem Eve, a “negro bed wench.” Haven’t heard of the term?

When asked about her ongoing marriage to Maximillion Cooper, the former pitbull in a skirt shares: “As a partnership, you kind of switch roles sometimes and I think that it’s interchangeable.

There are certain things that my man, I wouldn’t be with my man if he couldn’t check me. I was actually in a salon in a little suite and he walked in. ” This Wednesday, our special guest co-host @The Real Eve opens up about the first time her husband saw her without a hair weave.

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