Fire Eva (Pigford) Marcille from Real Houswives Of Atlanta for making colorist remarks.

Fire Eva (Pigford) Marcille from Real Houswives Of Atlanta for making colorist remarks.

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Eva Marcille Pigford Sterling joined Season 10 of The Real Housewives of Atlanta as a friend of Nene Leakes and was promoted to a full-time cast member in 2018. 

Eva seems to have an issue with dark-skinned women and women with naturally kinky/coily hair. On the 2nd Episode of Season 12 Real Housewives Of Atlanta, Eva made ANOTHER colorist remark againsts or Black castmates, as well as MAJORITY of all Black women.

Season 11, Episode 3; A New Addition
(aired November 18, 2018); Eva made colorist statements towards Shamea Morton (the beautiful dark-skinned friend of Porsha Williams). Eva Marcille made a shady comment about liking “Black friends” of the circle, but likes friends that are “Blaque with a Q” more. Shading the beautiful Shamea.

Season 12, Episode 2; "Cheatin Heart" (aired November 10, 2019)  Eva referred to castmates, beautiful, chocolate-skinned Kenya Moore, and pretty mocha-skinned Porsha Williams as "nappy heads."

Here's her remark...verbatim:

"I am not here for the sh-t with these little nappy heads this year, I’m telling you,” she said while on the phone with Cynthia. “I will get all the South Central out on that a–.”

Despite a well-documented pattern of colorism, and Anti- "kinky hair" & Anti "dark-skin" remarks made by Eva; Andy Cohen, The Real Housewives of Atlanta, and it's network Bravo, made no statements condemning Eva, nor taken any disciplinary action against her. This petition seeks to rectify that.

These are only instances of Eva's colorist and anti-BLACK (without a 'Q') attitudes and beliefs. 

Sign this petition to tell Andy Cohen and their network Bravo that they should hold Eva Sterling accountable for her colorsim.

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