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Eva Longoria receives backlash, on Twitter, for saying “Latinas are the real heroines” in Joe Biden’s presidential victory, but she later comes back and says this wasn’t directed at Black women, but rather Latino men [VIDEO]

Eva Longoria was on Ari Melber's MSNBC show, discussing Joe Biden's presidential victory. When she was speaking, she said that Latinas were the real heroines, here, which led to black women, on Twitter, assuming that she was slighting black women. Facing this backlash, Eva Longoria took to Twitter, where she said her comments were not directed towards black women, shouting them out, while saying she was speaking about Latino men.

Eva Longoria was on Ari Melber's MSNBC show, discussing Joe Biden's presidential victory. When she was speaking, she said that Latinas were the real heroines, here, which led to black women, on Twitter, assuming that she was slighting black women. Facing this backlash, Eva Longoria took to Twitter, where she said her comments were not directed towards black women, shouting them out, while saying she was speaking about Latino men.By Bossyy
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

Because of how Donald Trump ran his presidency, he had people who either loved him or hated him. There were very few people who were in between, when it came to Trump. When Joe Biden became his opponent, in the presidential election, most knew Trump would struggle.

Joe Biden was well-liked by most of America and a recognizable figure, in politics. During the election, Joe Biden won, mostly due to his history with America, serving as Vice President for eight years. Now, those who were severely anti-Trump have been speaking.

Eva Longoria was on “The Beat with Ari Melber,” where she spoke on the Joe Biden/Kamala Harris victory. Her comments about Latinas being the real heroines sparked backlash from Black women. After seeing the backlash, on Twitter, Longoria spoke out, commending Black women, saying her comments were about Latino men, not Black women.

Read the tweets about Eva Longoria and her response below:

Eva Longoria was on Ari Melber's MSNBC show, discussing Joe Biden's presidential victory. When she was speaking, she said that Latinas were the real heroines, here, which led to black women, on Twitter, assuming that she was slighting black women. Facing this backlash, Eva Longoria took to Twitter, where she said her comments were not directed towards black women, shouting them out, while saying she was speaking about Latino men.Eva Longoria was on Ari Melber's MSNBC show, discussing Joe Biden's presidential victory. When she was speaking, she said that Latinas were the real heroines, here, which led to black women, on Twitter, assuming that she was slighting black women. Facing this backlash, Eva Longoria took to Twitter, where she said her comments were not directed towards black women, shouting them out, while saying she was speaking about Latino men.

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