Eve Jihan Jeffers Cooper of 'The Talk' Shows off Pawprint Tattoos in a Low-Cut Outfit
Eve shows off her pawprint tattoos in a new Instagram update with her wearing a mask as she cautions fans about COVID-19.
Eve Jihan Jeffers Cooper of "The Talk" showed off the pawprint tattoos on her chest as she donned a black cloth mask amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The singer and rapper decided to educate her followers on the importance of social distancing, and how homemade cloth masks can make a difference.
According to Cooper, wearing a mask helps asymptomatic patients reduce unintentional transmission when heading out to do errands.
For her, she wears the mask to protect neighbors, pharmacists, and the other frontline workers who are doing their best in stopping the spread of the highly-contagious virus.
THE IMPORTANCE OF TAKING PRECAUTIONS
She encouraged her fans to do the same, as it's a way of saying "thank you" to all those who are doing their best to try and stop the virus from spreading.
"The CDC now also recommends wearing homemade cloth masks when we leave the house for essential errands, in addition to continued practices like staying home and washing our hands."
STRUGGLING WITH INFERTILITY
Eve currently lives with her British entrepreneur husband, Maximillion Cooper, and while they don't have any kids together, her husband has four children from his previous marriage.
On "The Talk," the rapper opened up about her struggles with infertility, and how it made her feel.
"As a woman, you just think things happen naturally, and I felt like I was damaged. I felt like I was broken. I felt like, 'Oh, well maybe I'm not good enough.'"
STAYING STRONG THROUGH IT ALL
Since opening up about something that once made her feel shameful, Eve reveals that letting it out has actually brought out a huge support system for her.
Even those in the audience came up to hug her and wish her well, and that's something she's truly grateful for.
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We know that social distancing is the most important thing we can do to stop the spread of COVID-19. The CDC now also recommends wearing homemade cloth masks when we leave the house for essential errands, in addition to continued practices like staying home and washing our hands. Those with low or no symptoms can still spread the virus, so masks help to reduce that unintentional transmission. I wear this mask so that I can protect my neighbors, pharmacists, and the frontline workers who are sacrificing every day to fight this disease. It’s one way we can say ‘thank you’ and keep each other safe. Who are you masking for? #MaskingForAFriend @PandemicActionNetwork
Through it all, Eve and Maximillion have stuck together and have strengthened their relationship despite the challenges they faced from not being able to have a child together.
Instead, they've made the most out of each other's company and are living their lives to the fullest.
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