But when I met him, it was something that was so familiar. If somebody is treating me the way I’m supposed to be treated, who cares what race he happens to be? Rolling Out pointed out that Eve had to do battle with some of Nicki Minaj’s fans on Twitter not too long ago, after publicly stating that Nicki wasn’t “her cup of tea”:“I’m not everyone’s cup of tea and Nicki’s not everyone’s cup of tea,” she says. You’re not going to listen to every single artist that comes out. It’s unfortunate that he’s going through those things.
It took a while for us to get comfortable, but when things got serious, we went for it. Would you rather me date someone, like my ex [Stevie J], just because he’s black? But obviously, Nicki has a huge fan base and she’s doing her thing. The last time I saw him was when we did the BET Hip-Hop Awards cypher.
, the Grammy-Award-winning rapper-songwriter talked candidly about the desire for her kids to be “colorblind.” “I don’t want them to see color.
Interracial dating is still not as prevalent in our community. He’s the most special person I’ve ever met, honestly.Eve also shared a snapshot from the post-nuptial celebrations on Instagram. #THEMRS #friends #family #love," she wrote, captioning a group photo. "It's the first marriage for the rapper and the second for Cooper, who has four children from a previous union.New mom Lil' Kim tweeted her congratulations to the new Mrs., with whom she previously collaborated."Congratulations to my sis @The Real Eve and her new husband @mrgumball3000 on their new and beautiful marriage!!! Cooper, also a fashion designer, popped the question on Christmas Day 2013. And I think my child should know that black part of themselves.” The Grio: Kim Kardashian wants child ‘to not see color’ But at the same time, she says when she finally becomes a mom she wants her children to know the white “side of themselves.” Her comments echo the same sentiment as reality star Kim Kardashian, who is expecting her first child with Kanye West.“The most important thing is, the way I want to raise my children is to not see color,” Kardashian said in a televised interview with BET.