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See Rapper Eve's Tribute to Husband Maximillion Cooper on His 48th Birthday

Tichafa Chidzonga
Jun 09, 2020
07:38 A.M.
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Rapper, Eve, gushed over her husband, Maximillion Cooper, and she shared all her wishes for him in a heartfelt tribute in honor of his 48th birthday.


Eve met her match when she married Maximillion Cooper. According to Closer Weekly, The founder of Gumball 3000 admitted that he feel in love with the rapper when he first time he saw her.

The couple was married in 2014, and together they have been raising his four children from a previous relationship. Her experience as a stepmother has made Eve eager to have children of her own.


Never one to hold back when it comes to gushing over Maximillion, Eve shared a heartfelt message as she celebrated his 48th birthday, she wrote:

"To my #hubby I wish for you that all your wishes come true but are even bigger and better than you dream. I love you so much."


For her birthday tribute, Eve shared a throwback photo from July 2019, when the couple took a romantic getaway to Cuba. Loni Love from "The Real" commented on the photo wished him a happy birthday and also thanked Maximillon for making her "sis" happy.

"Happy birthday to your husband, Eve. Long may your union last, and I'm so happy for your happiness," said one fan. Rapper Bun B had nothing praising for him.

Bun B commented on Eve’s photo of her husband Maximillion in Cube | Source:


Eve's birthday tribute comes days after she opened up about having what she called an "uncomfortable" conversation with her husband amid the mass protest against racial injustice.

During an episode of "The Talk," she told her co-hosts that issues around race and police brutality triggered by the death of George Floyd was a "difficult" conversation to have for both of them.


However, she revealed that their conversations turned out to be a beautiful and necessary experience for them to understand each other's experiences with race through a different lens.

According to Page Six, Eve has received backlash for her comments and had to clarify her use of the word "difficult."

As explained to her co-hosts, the comments that she had been receiving, and she said she meant the word  "difficult"  in the context of the tension going on across the country and around the world.

She said, throughout their relationship, they have had several talks about race, and the ones following George's death was not their first conversation about race.