Tamera Mowry Won't Stop Crying Over Public's 'Hate' For Her Interracial Marriage, And Twitter Is Exhausted

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Tamera Mowry Won't Stop Crying Over Public's 'Hate' For Her Interracial Marriage, And Twitter Is Exhausted

"We honestly don't care."

Published July 26, 2018

Tamera Mowry-Housley has become known in recent times for her seemingly repetitive campaign — or as some have dubbed it, a "sob story" — about her interracial marriage with her husband, Adam Housley.

Speaking, once again, on the public's insertion into her relationship with the Fox News reporter, the actress got emotional before calling the chatter "racial junk." Needless to say, social media is sick and tired of the repeated narrative.

In a sit-down interview with Yahoo's It's Love, the couple shared the details of their courting process and how they fell in love. When the topic of the racial backlash they faced was introduced, the co-host of The Real took the same tangent she's become infamous for in recent years.

"We have a lot of outside things that kind of got in our way," she said. "Dealing with racial junk. It was when social media was taking off and it would come directly to us."

While her struggles of being in an interracial relationship ring true to many and are completely valid, Tamera's apparent "talk about it at every possible chance" approach has worn thin, as expressed by her fans.

This isn't the first time she's spoken about this exact topic. Back in 2014, she most infamously teared up while discussing the matter in detail on Oprah's Where Are They Now?

"It's hurtful because what my husband and I are so openly and we're fine with showing is love," she continued. "But people choose to look past love and spew hate. That's what hurts me because I've never experienced so much hate ever in my life. Ever... I get called ‘white man’s whore.' The new one was ‘back in the day you cost $300, but now you’re giving it to him for free.'”

Take a look at the clip, below:

  1. While her story serves as a mirror for several other women and men who are in interracial relationships, themselves, the sensitivity of the topic seemed to wear off for her admirers online. In fact, several of them have taken to Twitter to urge her to quit sharing on the issue so repetitively as it's, essentially, become synonymous with her name.

    See some of the most outstanding and widely co-signed reactions, below:

Written by Moriba Cummings

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