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Tamera Mowry-Housley is clapping back at folks with the audacity to trash her and her husband over him cooking a pot of greens. Tamera is married to Fox News reporter Adam Housley, a man who happens to be White, so him cooking greens, we guess, is controversial for some.

Yaaas! My man cooks greens 🍂 🍁And yes! They are bomb! #HousleyThanksgiving

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After posting this image on IG, the host received ridiculous comments like, “I don’t know… White people and greens?” and, “Ain’t no way Adam is making some good collard greens. You must eat like a white person.”

That commentary led Tamera to address the situation on an episode of The Real, noting that greens are originally a Greek dish and that her husband is from the South, where the dish became popularized domestically.

Tamera is right. In Greece, over 80 different versions of the vegetable are used in dishes served either hot or cold. They’re also used in Italian and African dishes, so, while popular in some of America’s Black communities, greens are not exclusively a Black cuisine.

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“I Cried A Lot”: Snoop Dogg’s Gospel Album Helped Him Through “Sad” Times



Thugs gotta cry too.

In a moment of vulnerability, Snoop Dogg opened up to HH about how sometimes he gets a bit down, “I cry. I’m sad a lot,” the legendary rapper told us. Life’s “problems and issues” sometimes weigh on the 46-year-old, but thankfully, his new project, Bible Of Love helped to lift his spirits.

The double-disc album, 32-track, gospel album is the first of its kind from Snoop, and while not everyone is receptive, the Doggfather knows he’s fulfilling his purpose. “I stepped in the world (of gospel) to say, hold on, let me take my light … and put it on this gospel gang with some of the most extraordinary singers you’ve ever heard in your life,” Snoop stated.

And that he did!

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