Tamera Mowry-Housley just wanted to have some fun, boogie down, and the Internet has come forward to ruin that.
The actress and TV personality took to social media to show her fans how she gets down on the dance floor.
The former Sister, Sister star appeared in a fun-filled video where she looks ready for autumn in a creamish colored dress that features brown leaves.
The Real co-host completed her chic laid-back look with matching brown boots and a cute bun. Tamera revealed that she is a fan of country dancing with her wild moves.
The mother of two exuded joy as she twirled around and showed her fancy feet, much to the delight of her fans. However, not everyone was happy to see Tamera’s joyful video.
Some critics brought up race, others shared their negative opinions about her boots, and a few blamed her husband, Adam Housley, for the dance steps and for “converting her to the countryside.”
“She’s dress to fit her personality, why should she dress like everybody else? We need to embrace individuality and not carbon copy. Why you hate on her she so nice you must be real miserable person 😂😩,” wrote a fan who decided to defend Tamera against the negativity.
There have been many instances where Tamera has been forced to defend her interracial relationship with Adam.
The power couple has been married for nine years and have two children, Aden John and Ariah Talea.
She explained how she and her spouse make it work: “I remember my sister’s wedding. And I remember just watching Adam to make sure…that he could feel comfortable. And man, when I say my family after they met him, they came over to me, and they were like, ‘Yes, we love Adam! He feels comfortable with us.’ It feels really, really good.”
She shared this story on The Real: “There was the time I remember when we started dating. I had a weft in my hair. If you don’t know what that means, that is like tracks [for a weave].”
She concluded: “And you know, when you’re like making out, and you’re really, really into it. I remember at one point, and he was so sweet, he just stopped. He didn’t say anything because I don’t think he wanted to hurt my feelings. He just didn’t understand. I said, ‘Oh baby, that’s okay. That’s a weft, that’s a weft. Just keep on going.'”
Tamera might have been dancing after announcing the great big news that she has signed with Crown Media Family Networks to star in, and executive-produce original films for the Hallmark network.
Tamera will also join Home & Family, and her first project after inking the deal is a movie called Christmas Comes Twice, set for premiere Sunday, December 13 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.