Tamera Mowry Makes Colorful Easter Eggs with Husband Adam Housley and Kids
Tamera Mowry-Housley and her husband Adam made sure to give their kids an Easter to remember as they painted their own eggs amid their quarantine efforts against COVID-19.
While the Mowry family often spends Easter Sunday together, Tamera acknowledged that this year's celebration was a bit different because they had to stay home and do things differently this time around.
Tamera Mowry and Adam Housley at the Screen Actors Guild Award Nominees Celebration on January 20, 2018 | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
TAMERA'S QUARANTINE THOUGHTS
Despite this, the TV show host is grateful that she and her family are together during this time, mentioning how lucky they are to be able to celebrate the holiday together as a family.
"Lately, my heart has been heavy thinking of all those who may not have had the best quarantine experience."
THINKING OF THOSE OPPRESSED BY COVID-19
She goes on to narrate those who might be having a hard time right now, particularly those who were laid off from work, those furloughed, stuck in unsafe relationships, small businesses who may not recover from the quarantine period, and even children who lack comfort, food, love and, support.
Mowry-Housley lets all those experiencing such know that her heart and prayers are with them, and her fans echoed her sentiments in the comment section of her post in a show of support to those struggling at the moment.
ADAM HOUSLEY'S RECENT SCANDAL
Prior to their Easter celebration, Tamera's husband Adam Housley was slammed for posting tweets about South Africa amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Many believed his statement was condescending and insensitive, especially to those in South Africa.
Although he ended up deleting the tweet, Housley wrote that the country had underlying HIV cases and other illnesses, but they're currently concentrating on COVID-19 and getting body bags. He wrote about the situation because he had friends in South Africa that he was worried about.
DEFENDING HER HUSBAND FROM HATERS
To make matters worse, he starts providing statistics about the healthcare state of the country, adding that they are currently "understaffed" and "underfunded." After getting schooled by fans about some of what he wrote being fake news, he decided to delete the tweet to stop further damage.
This isn't the first time Housley was pegged as racist, as Mowry previously defended him on "The Real" after people accused him of being so. It seems she's going to have to defend him once again, as people are accusing him of being racist once again.