Eve is officially a married woman now that she’s tied the knot with British billionaire Maximillion Cooper.
The couple wed Saturday at Blue Marlin, Cala Jondal Beach in Ibiza, Spain in front of friends and family including rapper Bun B who served as a master of ceremonies.
To best understand the jubilation expressed over the new black “Bachelorette” Rachel Lindsay, one need only watch the pilot of HBO’s “Insecure.” In one of television’s most comedic and honest exchanges to date, Molly (Yvonne Orji) tearfully asks her best friend Issa (star and series creator Issa Rae) why no one has chosen to marry her.
The question comes soon after Molly’s Asian-American coworker at her law firm gets engaged to a black man.
She pointedly asks, "My perspective on men has definitely changed,” she admits. For women, if you are frustrated and keep attracting the same type of dude over and over again, it is not the dude, it is you. I needed to figure out who I was and what I wanted before I attracted the guy I needed to be with.”"I never thought I would date outside of my race,” Eve admits.
“I grew up in the hood and my mother was very good at it not being a black thing, even though I grew up around all black people.
Thanks for the well wishes.” Eve wore a Alice Temperley gown for the occasion while her swirly Gumball 3000 boo looked like a billion bucks in a tux.
When asked about her ongoing marriage to Maximillion Cooper, the former pitbull in a skirt shares: “As a partnership, you kind of switch roles sometimes and I think that it’s interchangeable.
Anytime that I spend with him and get to talk with him is the best. If you know him, you can’t tell him anything and you can’t suggest anything, X is going to do whatever he wants to do. That’s just his process.” i'm waiting for eve to admit that the african drove her into the arms of a white man, just like most vile foreign black and brown men do. I too had to reassess the type of man I was attracting vs what I wanted and after doing so was able to find my hubby. Men know who to treat like a lady and who to treat like a hoe. She said it herself that "if you keep attracting the same dude, then it's YOU!!! So, if you want to look for people with which you can date, you are at the right place.
when them fools get through with black women, it is like - go white or go gay if you are frustrated and keep attracting the same type of dude over and over again, it is not the dude, it is you. I've seen hood guys approach a woman with mad respect because that's what she commands/projects. There's no way he got Beyonce by approaching her with the same hood venacular he used with BK hoodrats. Serious question; no shade and no sarcasm..said you always attract "hoods" so then where exactly are you hanging out? With me, dating outside of your race is not the issue, it's solely your reasoning for doing so. You can meet(lawyers,busy professionals, benefactors. models, celebrities, etc….)If you are single, perhaps you can have a try.