Eve of "The Talk" addresses critics who slammed her over her recent race talk with husband Maximillion Cooper.
After revealing on "The Talk @ Home" that she and her husband Maxmillion Cooper have had difficult and uncomfortable conversations following George Floyd's death, the host received heavy backlash that she decided to address.
"Some people lit up the comments and trashed me and were questioning whether this was the first time I had had these conversations."
CLARIFYING HER STATEMENT
Hoping to put an end to the judgment that she and her husband had received, she decided to clarify her position, especially being in an interracial relationship. According to Eve, while conversations about race are difficult and uncomfortable, they are important conversations that one must have.
"When you enter an interracial relationship, there are conversations you must have, that's just natural."
EVE'S INTERRACIAL MARRIAGE
Eve and her husband have been married since 2014, and she is a proud stepmother to his four children. While they've been having these conversations for years, the current situation makes it more difficult for her to have such conversations.
Eve acknowledges that being able to talk to her husband about difficult yet necessary conversations has been a beautiful experience.
MAXIMILLION'S SUPPORT FOR EVE
Recently, Maximillion Cooper made sure to show support to his wife, by crediting her and her co-hosts Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood, Marie Osmond, and Carrie Ann Inaba for being nominated for six Daytime Emmy Awards. The proud husband shared a selfie of them in celebration.
On top of this, Cooper has been vocal about wanting to end racial injustice and racism in general. He has been posting about it on social media, demanding justice and reforms like millions of others.
USING HIS PLATFORM
While he does not agree with rioting, he does believe that the emotions and voices of protesters must be heard and acted upon. He ended his statement by saying that "Black Lives Matter."
"This injustice can't be ignored. It's all of our responsibilities to stand up against discrimination and racism, and to treat each other with respect and dignity."
Through it all, Eve acknowledges that being able to talk to her husband about difficult yet necessary conversations has been a beautiful experience, and it's something that they will continue to put on the table whenever the need arises.
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