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Eve On Stepping Out of Her Comfort Zone to Find Love: “I Had to Import.”

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  1. Sorry eve this is not a good look for u

    1. Happiness is always a good look

    2. Says you! This was a ugly look for you to say this

    3. Someone always has to be negative. It’s a shame. You dont agree with her happiness because…..??? Is it because he’s white or because he’s rich??? Cmon and stop being small minded and miserable.

    4. Opinions are one thing but literally commenting on someones happiness with negativity shows more about THAT person and its unwarranted

    5. Judy Lind says:

      Happiness looks good on anybody.

  2. Jay Sims says:

    I liked this interview and how open and happy she is in her marriage. Kudos to eve.

  3. Glad she’s found happiness!

  4. Monica Marie says:

    Loved this interview! So happy for you Eve!

  5. ….she look like the nanny….

  6. Great interview. She looks fantastic. I’m happy she’s found love. 😉

  7. I just need her to have a baby so she can finish blending this family.

  8. Elle Bee says:

    If it don’t work out with Daquan, Find you a Brennan. We all need to step outside our comfort zones sometimes to get new results.

  9. She looks and sounds so happy. I don’t think she looks like the nanny at all. What nanny wears designer clothes on a red carpet with her chest out?

  10. Londy Cuyler says:

    Yes sometimes stepping out will surprise u

  11. Londy Cuyler says:

    Always someone to bring negative instead of being happy for her

  12. Finding someone that loves you and all of you, no matter the race is definitely beautiful and a blessing. She did what was right for her , not what was right in someone else’s eyes. YOU have to live your life, no one can live it for you.

  13. LoudestWhisper19 says:

    Awesome interview! I’ve always loved Eve since her “Love is Blind” days! Nice to see her evolution.

  14. 🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽

  15. We as African Women need to get out of our comfort zone. A lot of Black men (NOT all) are only for one thing, they will use and abuse you and go to the next one and do the same and have not a care in the world how you feel about what he just did to you. They have terrible EGO’s and think the next big ass or tits will give them a different feeling. We have to stop staying with them as soon as we see the RED flag cause they ain’t gonna change. I’m so happy for Eve and I understand completely.

    1. Kyra Jordan says:

      And we need to start raising better black men. We can start by choosing men who want to be husbands as well as fathers.

    2. Rica Bonita says:

      Pamela you just put a mouthful into the universe. I’m sorry that is your truth, but I refused to let many failed relatiinship discourage me. I continued to have hope and faith in our black men. And now I have a husband that did not “abuse and go on to the next one” (as you say). He actually did just the opposite. We were abstinent for 2.5 years until marriage. And yes, he is a real man, and yes he is fine as hell! Lol! I’m not saying that you can’t choose other races. I just wanted to clarify to ladies there are good black men out there. I hate when we talk down about our black men, especially knowing we get mad as hell when they say negative things about us. It goes both ways.

    3. Wendy says:

      I’m glad she said that she had to look outside of her comfort zone and her normal crowd. Some people are assuming she is talking about race but she never said that. I agree with her that sometimes we fall into a cycle of looking for a certain type and sometimes it’s good to look outside of that. That could mean a certain personality, height, weight, status, etc. Getting outside of your normal comfort zone can open yourself to new, positive experiences in relationships, business opportunities, etc. Especially, when your current methods have been unsuccessful.

  16. He married her.
    That says it all.
    Bless them both

  17. Dang, at least cover your breast up in the presence of his children.

  18. Judy Lind says:

    Right. You don’t. Take the negativity someplace else.

  19. Michael Lee says:

    I’m sure money had 99.9 percent to do with it.

  20. Angela Jones says:

    Blacks folks and their ongoing love and defense for their oppressors will never end. Mf come out the wood work to fight for massa. Bet you ain’t got shit to say though about serious issues though.

  21. Hahahaha….. Eve…the step mom to all them kids…. I love it. I keep having flashbacks to the sex video she had from her stripper days. She’s an interesting woman

  22. Angela Jones says:

    The same man you defending will kill your husbands, fathers, brothers, cousins and uncles but will turn around and screw you. Big dummy.

  23. Judy Lind says:

    Your paranoia is out of control. They have good meds for that now. Make an appointment with your doctor ASAP before they cart you off to a room with rubber walls.

  24. Bout to take it international myself

  25. brown eyes says:

    Love, love,love Eve

  26. Angela Jones says:

    Lmao. I’m paranoid and crazy but your the one on facebook professing your love for Eve looking like the help just because he rich. Welp women like you will always make good bed warming whenches for them. Enjoy your day.

  27. Chenai says:

    Absolutely love this interview!

  28. Lita Caproni says:

    Black men have no problem professing their preferences for women other than us; almost always using as a reason why. They do it everyday all day with no remorse for how we feel so if a black women decides to be the “negro bed wench” for a white men then that’s her fucking business as long as he’s not making her feel like a second class citizen.

  29. Angela Jones….Stop hating! There are plenty of good non-black men out there that love and adore black women. When are YOU gonna get out of the past and realize that everyone isn’t like that? That you can find happiness with another race including a black man. If you wanna go ahead and be miserable dating the same type of man and I’m not saying that all black men are horrible because there are some good ones then you go ahead and leat everyone else find happiness. The chick that’s looking like the help is definitely happy and wealthy too…. people who marry interracial do marry for love! You sound very closed minded and super critical. If you have nothing positive to say then just keep it to yourself. Nobody wanna hear all that negativity….

  30. Angela Jones says:

    And the end of the day to each its own but never would you catch me laying up with no Neanderthal. Black men who put yt women on a pedestal have issues as well. How could you want somebody who’s ancestors cut your penis off and hung your ancestors on trees and laughed while they burned them alive. Women who caused so many deaths because they wanted mandigo penis. I’m sorry but I remember and I respect my ancestors enough to remember their pain and not go there. I’m good.

  31. Angela Jones says:

    I do not suffer from Stockholm syndrome is all.

  32. Bola Popoola says:

    The guy is a lucky guy.

  33. DeErica Carr says:

    Loved it! So happy for Eve, and anyone who finds true love ❤

  34. Get it Eve, and she looks beautiful and happy #tambourine

  35. Love me some e.v.e yessss! She’s always been 1000 with the media. She also did the breakfast club recently.

  36. I see some mean spirited, miserable people commenting. Just why? You could just keep it moving instead of taking time out to write something rude. No one is telling you to go date outside of race if that’s not your preference. Let Eve live! Go find yourself your OWN happily ever after. Dang ….SMH

    1. AMEN. AMEN. AMEN. YOU TELL THEM. Nobody is saying its a must that the only way to find happiness is to date outside your race. Date whom ever you want just stop judging those who do. Because at the END OF EACH DAY NOT ONE HERE IS LAYING WITH HIM OR HER. As for myself I have never dated outside my race. But I just might one day IJS. And don’t care who likes it or not.

  37. You have to free your mind and open yourself when it comes to love. If you do, great things can happen!

  38. Lainie Small says:

    So so happy for you, Eve!

  39. EmpressSC says:

    This was a great interview and I am so proud of Eves growth.

  40. That’s beautiful finding love and even better he is not black. That’s goals one day

  41. Men or Women of all races and living demographics can possibly do you wrong. It has nothing to do with race at all and anyone who thinks that partnering with another race is going to change the game is living under an illusion. If the man of any race is not mature and honest he’s not gonna treat you like the queen that you are point blank. There is no set in stone formula to finding your soul mate and no safety net way either. The process is open and there are no guarantees. Your taking a chance when you spend time with anyone. That is the beauty of Gods gift of life that everything is open, free will,luck and chance. All you can do is approach the relationship in a smart way, communicate, always make clear what your looking for and what your own intentions are, be true to who you are, and pay attention. And ladies please! PLEASE! For Gods sake do not ignore the warning signs they are real listen to that voice in your head because it is the voice of God trying to give you a clue. That clue is not always bad either it can be a good clue that will tell you he is the one and you should let love take over. Not throwing shade on Eve at all, God bless their relationship…..

  42. Tasha JE says:

    That jumpsuit is 🔥

  43. Charallday says:

    Philly yasss love Eve

  44. HoneyButter says:

    Beautiful…im inspired

  45. Kim Merz says:

    I love Eve. She’s so cool, and everything she said is on point. Good for her!

  46. Great interview Necole! Love that Eve is living and loving life to the fullest!

  47. Khadi Brown says:

    She looks happy and also her family, that’s all what matters

  48. Nile Musiq says:

    If Eve looks the nanny, you will never even live THAT life, cause that must be a BOSS Nanny to you. lol…jealousy and envy makes you see crooked. Don’t strain your brain.

  49. Mrs. G says:

    Happiness is what one makes it to be….no matter what. There are no restrictions.

  50. Mrs. Smart says:

    Kanye West,Kobe Bryant, Michael Jordan,Tiger Woods never are criticized for dating and marrying outside the race stop the hypocrisy towards Swirling black women, black people! it makes you look ignorant jealous and petty.

  51. avril stanislas says:

    Being happy is the most important thing.good luck to you eve!!

  52. avril stanislas says:

    The important thing is that eve is happy. You go girl!!

  53. Mrs. Smart says:

    So many petty and bitter black women who clearly do not know how to choose the right man so they are jealous because she knows how to choose a good man don’t hate congratulate close your legs to black male broke bums stop having babies with bums and maybe you too can get an elite man. so many jealous black woman mad they don’t know how to get a good man.

  54. Zhamae says:

    I’ve been thinking a lot about dating other races lately, and I feel like this is confirmation. She’s absolutely right about men being brainwashed. I’ve been seeing it for a long time. I’ve dated white men and they treat me better than my own brothers. I use to so badly want to be loyal to my black men, but I see many have turned away from the black woman, so I guess there’s no other choice. Thanks for the article; it was a great read.

  55. garnerstyle says:

    Dodging that Stevie J bullet was nothing but God!

  56. Sophia says:

    I love this. She has made a good transformation into a wife and stepmother. And most of all it she is being real and not afraid what other people has to say about her or her situation. I am really happy for her. And she looks hella good.

  57. Sirrah says:

    Whatever, my husband is white and treats me well. But I’ve dated all kinds of dudes: Blk, White, Asian, S.E. Asian, Middle Eastern, Greek, Jewish… I didn’t care as long as they where up to par. Side note – all dudes want the same thing, not just blk men. They just go about it differently.

  58. Monique Stewart says:

    I love her and Max. He’s such a cool dude and the kids are awesome.

  59. Habi says:

    Love this interview and I am really happy for Eve! When she talks about getting out of our comfort zone when it comes to dating I don’t think she means that we can only find love outside of our race. That’s what happened in her life but it can take as many forms as there are people.

  60. Wendy says:

    I’m glad she said that she had to look outside of her comfort zone and her normal crowd. Some people are assuming she is talking about race but she never said that. I agree with her that sometimes we fall into a cycle of looking for a certain type and sometimes it’s good to look outside of that. That could mean a certain personality, height, weight, status, etc. Getting outside of your normal comfort zone can open yourself to new, positive experiences in relationships, business opportunities, etc. Especially, when your current methods have been unsuccessful.

  61. conner moore says:

    winner of the Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration in 2002, for the song “Let Me BlowYa Mind”, with American singer Gwen Stefani.

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