Eve is definitely in love! It’s written all over her face and she never misses an opportunity to gush about about her British beau, Maximillion Cooper. Although she nipped those recent pregnancy rumors in the bud, the Philadelphia native revealed to Sister 2 Sister that she is looking forward to getting hitched and having a baby.
“We talk about having kids. We talk about marriage,” she told the mag.
She went on to reveal that she’s getting plenty of practice, as Max has four children, whose ages ranged between ten and four years old. The “Make it Out This Town” rapper confessed that at first she was a little apprehensive about assuming the role of stepmother, but she eventually experienced a change of heart.
“I love it now. It took a minute. I was like, ‘I’m not sure this is what I want to be my life.’ You know? But honestly, it’s been three years now and we’ve gone on vacations together, and they’re the sweetest kids.”
According to Eve, the kiddies are also excited by the idea of getting a new sibling.
“The kids are excited. They want a brown baby sister.”
In an interview earlier this month, she expressed that she didn’t want to raise her children to see color.
“I want them to be colorblind, but I do want them to understand both sides of themselves. I’m a Black woman and I love being a Black woman. And I think my child should know that Black part of themselves. But obviously at the same time, their father would be White and I would want them to know that side of themselves. And British! That’s a whole other situation (laughs). But in doing that, I think they can be colorblind. I don’t want them to see color. I never did. I grew up in the hood and my mother was very good at it not being a Black thing, even though I grew up around all Black people. I want them to want to know everything about all kinds of races. And hopefully they will.”
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