Rapping Royalty Eve donning long braids and a disapproving look, gave her fans something to talk about in a recent Instagram post where she asked her followers to caption her picture.
The star took to Instagram recently, posting a new pic of herself donning long gorgeous braids, sporting a comfy hoodie, and leaning over her kitchen counter with an angry stare plastered on her face.
The rapper gave fans a rare glimpse into her life and kitchen. In the pic, the star can be seen perched behind her kitchen counter throwing a menacing glare towards the camera.
The death stare definitely got her followers talking. The "Who's That Girl" hitmaker received fan comments from all over the world to caption her look with some really letting their creative juices flow.
The rapper is currently married to British entrepreneur, Maximillion Cooper who has four children from his previous marriage. The pair have been married for six blissful years and have had their fair share of ups and downs. In her Instagram post, the star said:
"? caption this...."
Fan comments from Eve's Instagram page. | Source: Instagram/therealeve
Fans of "The Talk" host posted some hilarious clap backs and comments about what the star could possibly be thinking about in her picture. One fan took things a little too far and left a disparaging remark eluding to the rapper's interracial marriage with Maxamillion Cooper.
Back in the day, Eve was one of the hottest female rap artists and the first lady of the Ruff Ryders label. During an episode of "The Talk," the star revealed that she struggled with a crippling anxiety disorder that nearly ruined her music career.
[Eve] worked in a strip club to pay the bills.
The mental health conversation was brought up on "The Talk" while fellow hosts discussed Kendall Jenner’s battles with anxiety. Eve revealed that her own issue grew so bad that she had to seek professional help and take medication to maintain stability.
Before she was a rapper, Eve Jihan Jeffers was a choirgirl from West Philadelphia. Her initial plan was to be a singer, but when she joined an all-female cover group called "Dope Girl Posse," the star switched to rapping on advice from her manager.
At 18, the star worked in a strip club to pay the bills and after a chance meeting with the rapper Ma$e, who encouraged her to rap instead of sing. Eve took his advice and focused on music.
Eve was flown to LA to sign with Dr. Dre’s label Aftermath but was dropped after eight months without ever knowing why. But the star didn't give up and continued making music despite her failed venture with the label.
Coming up in the late 90s with a platinum buzz cut and paw-print tattoos across her chest, Eve was one of a handful of female rappers whose success rivaled her male counterparts who heavily dominated the industry back in the day.
After she got her break, the rest is history. Her debut album, "Let There Be Eve," was a raging success and reached No. 1 in the US, making her the third female rapper to land the top spot after Lauryn Hill and Foxy Brown.
Eve’s life now is strikingly different from her early 2000s heyday. In 2010, she met British billionaire Maximillion Cooper as a guest at Gumball 3000, the charity car rally he founded. The pair married in 2014 after four years of dating.
The quirky idea of the Gumball 3000 to drive supercars 3,000 miles, shipping them from country to country via private jet to party it up each night in a new city.
Eve was clearly taken with the British entrepreneur, and flash forward to 2021, the couple remains happily married.