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Rapper eve who is she dating

Eve recently sat down with Angie Martinez and DJ Enuff over at Hot 97 radio to talk that talk about dating outside of her race, teaching her British boo about weave, how her family feels about her new love, and what she really thinks about black men.

He still keeps calling him ‘my friend.’ He’s always like, ‘How’s your friend? But, it’s good.” We think it’s great that she’s found happiness.

is an American rapper and actress from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Now it's fine, but I just couldn't believe it." The rapper, 34, now hopes their love will lead to a marriage proposal.

Former Ruff Ryder first lady Eve is in love and lovin it, regardless of what her fans and family her might think about her decision to try a lil something new in the dating department. Trust me, I gotta say, it is weird for ME that I’m with a white dude. I look at him sometimes and I’m like, ‘You are so white.’ Seriously! I’m the first black girl he’s ever been with, so we are learning. we learn a lot about each other.” On whether or not she still likes black men: “People came at me like, ‘I can’t believe you’re dating a white dude and you don’t like black dudes no more.’ I’m like, ‘I love black men, it just so happens that my heart went this way right now. I’m happy.’” On what her family thinks about her boyfriend: “I had to tell my mom and my stepdad, who still like, follows Farrakhan and all that so…it’s crazy. Just think, if it wasn’t for her kicking Steebie J to the curb all those years ago, Joseline might have gotten left in the skrip club, and we know you’d miss her.

At some point in my life I would love to." Any wedding bells?

"Hopefully, sooner than later," Eve said, laughing.

According to reports I'd read, she's dating a hunky British entrepreneur named Maximillion Cooper and also getting heat from some fans upset with her being in an interracial relationship. It’s been almost three years now," said Eve, who's originally from Philly but moved to London's Notting Hill eight months ago. From where I come from, it’s obviously not the norm. I completely understand," added Eve who attended Martin Luther King H. "But people have to completely understand that I travel. I’m excited about it.” The song is due out in a few weeks. It's a song about being in a dark place and coming out of it.