Eddie Murphy's Daughter Zola Stuns Rocking a Pink Dress & Showing Her Gorgeous Dreads & Glasses
Eddie Murphy's daughter Zola recently stunned her fans on social media with a gorgeous picture of herself posing in a pink dress that clung to her slim frame.
Zola Murphy quickened many pulses on Instagram after she shared a picture of herself via her story. The picture featured the beautiful girl posing up a storm in a form-fitting pink dress.
The dress was a fabulous one— it was sleeveless and sported a revealing neckline. Zola complimented the outfit with large transparent geek shades with pink rims.
Zola Murphy, Bria Murphy, Eddie Murphy, Shayne Murphy and Bella Murphy at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions on November 20, 2016. | Photo: Getty Images
Her thick dreadlocks looked gorgeous in the shots as they flowed down her back. She puckered her full lips as if getting ready to kiss someone.
Zola is Eddie Murphy's sixth of ten children. The veteran actor welcomed her with his ex-wife Nicole Murphy on December 24, 1999. Zola enjoys traveling and having adventures with friends and family. She often shares pictures that document her adventures with her fans on her Instagram.
Zola has not yet revealed intentions to follow in her father's footsteps; however, she has appeared alongside her mom and older sister on "Hollywood Exes."
The teenager had been dying to get a chance to act for some time.
Eddie Murphy's daughter Zola shares a selfie of her pouting in pink dress and glasses. | Photo: Instagram/zola.ivy
Among Eddie's ten kids, only three have expressed interest in their father's line of work. His first child Eric is a writer and voice actor. Bria, his second child and first daughter, has a couple of movies under her belt, including "Baby Daddy" and "The Startup."
Eddie's seventh child Bella is also one of the three. She made her film debut in "Coming 2 America" where she played Omma, one of Prince Akeem's daughters.
Eddie is proud of her achievement, as he is of all his other kids, who he claims all grew up into fine individuals. He allegedly had nothing to do with Bella winning the role.
He made sure she auditioned for the part to prove she had what it took. Bella did, and she secured the role. The teenager had been dying to get a chance to act for some time, but her father and mother had both decided that wouldn't happen until she clocked 18.
When Eddie gave her the go-ahead to audition for a role in the film, Bella focused on it with an incredible intensity that saw her perfecting a "Wakandan" accent and working with stunt doubles.