Rapper eve dating a white man
This article was brought to my attention and I decided to share it with you all.More and more everyday billionaires are dating black women. As previously reported, the couple said "I do" in a ceremony surrounded by friends and family, which was officiated by rapper Bun B and held at Blue Marlin, Cala Jondal Beach in Ibiza, Spain. The Grammy-winning rapper tied the knot this weekend, marrying her businessman love Maximillion Cooper on Saturday, June 14.READ MORE: ‘The Bachelorette’ Gets Its First African-American Star: How It Almost Might Solve the Entire Franchise’s Diversity Problem “They wife others up with a quickness,” Issa declares, easily verbalizing what far too many of us have said away from mixed company.That’s because in real life and in pop culture, rarely do we see ourselves – with the exception of Michelle Obama – as leading ladies.PHOTOS: Celebrity brides who didn’t wear white "Best night ever!!!#THEMRS #friends #family #love," Eve captioned the photo.
The Who's that Girl hitmaker, who hails from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, met Cooper in London at the Gumball 3000 rally, which he founded in 1999, and they later went public with their romance. While thousandaires and athletes have chosen to date “others” it seems that more and more wealth men (notice I didn’t say rich) are dating women of color.Billionaire Ben Horowitz was said to have been quoted as saying “Billionaires prefer black women, they are loyal and guard your interests.Not only is she the object of desire but as the first black woman to helm “The Bachelorette” in the ABC hit reality series’ 14-year history, she’ll be the one calling the shots.ABC As Linda Holmes pointed out in her piece on Lindsay, the best thing “The Bachelor” Nick Viall could’ve done was ultimately reject the Dallas native because it made her eligible to become the next “Bachelorette.” That’s how the series works and because more than half of the show’s black contestants get eliminated within the first two weeks – and there have been some seasons with no people of color at all – no black men nor women have made it far enough for consideration until now.