Eva Marcille's Fans React To Her George Floyd-Related Posts
'Wow, That’s tough to hear but absolutely true,' someone said.
One other follower posted this message: 'Wow. am not African American but that Was deep and true. We Africans can always go home.'
A commenter said: 'We will always have our Soul... Our spirit... and that's where our memory and privilege resides! There's so much more than what meets the eye. Seek within and you'll never be without!🙌🏽 #nopitypartyhere.'
Someone else posted this: 'American without any memory, this our land,' and one other follower said: 'Only weak people and children ask for privileges.. real black men just want things equal and fair across the board, we can do everything else ourselves, once that happens. why would I be a black man asking a white man to give me privileges? When the black man is the father to every other race on Earth what sense does that make?'
A follower posted this message: 'I feel for you guys know nothing African culture and traditions which are things we pride ourselves of as blacks in Africa.'
One fan wrote: 'Sad but true ...I sit and think all the time how I have no freakin idea where the hell My family came from ...I decided I need to do an African ancestry ASAP.'
In other recent news, Eva Marcille will be featured in All the Queen's Men. Check out the trailer that she shared on her social media account, impressing fans.
'All the Queen’s Men exclusively on @betplus coming this summer - starring ME. This cast, this story absolutely epic 👑 The Queen has arrived. Created by @christiankeyes produced by @tylerperry and @tylerperrystudios' Eva captioned her post.