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We all know Eve is married to a white man, Maximilian Cooper, so does that mean she’s OK with him, or any other Caucasian for that matter, using the N-word? HipHollywood caught up with the rapper/actress during the junket for Barbershop: The Next Cut, and while playing a game of “Shop Talk” where she had to answer any question she pulled from our glass bowl, we found out her views on the matter.

“That’s a crazy one because hip-hop is everywhere and lots of white kids in suburbia grew up with hip-hop and they feel like hip-hop is theirs, and it becomes a word that they feel like they can say, its like the B-word,” explained the “Tambourine” singer. “It’s still shocking, when you hear it. It’s in a song, it’s not a word they are using, and it’s not done with malice, but it is shocking, we never like it do we … It’s like wait what you say? It’s hard!”

 

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The Cast Of ‘The Real’ Ditches The #ForTheDChallenge And Instead Creates Their Own

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By now, you’ve heard several folks do their take on the #ForTheDChallenge, but the ladies of “The Real” have taken it one step further.

HH stopped by the set of “The Real” to dish about season 4 with Adrienne Bailon, Jeannie Mai, Loni Love and Tamera Mowry, but of course, we had to ask the ladies to get in on the “challenge”. However, instead of proudly proclaiming what they’d do “for the D”, they flipped the script and revealed what they’d do “for The Real”. Check it out below!

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