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Eva Marcille Flaunts Her Natural Beauty And Impresses Fans

 Eva Marcille Flaunts Her Natural Beauty And Impresses Fans

Eva Marcille flaunted her natural beauty in a video on social media. Check it out below.

‘You are so naturally gorgeous 😍’, someone said, and another follower posted this message: ‘Eva!!! I LOVE your hair😍 I want mine done so bad.’

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Someone else said: ‘You are so pretty loved you on America’s next model I was hoping you were going to win,’ and a commenter posted this: ‘Happy Sunday to you! I am enjoying my quiet crochet time. #mysunday.’

A follower said: ‘You are so beautiful inside and out. You have inspired me to have a cocktail 🍹 😍’ and a commenter said: ‘It is here by decreed that you are Gods gift to man 😍😍😍”!’

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Another commenter said: ‘OMG you are such a beautiful soul I have been a fan since Americas Next Top Model’ and someone else said: ‘Love your advice and YES I’m definitely doing me, happy Sunday girl.’

One follower said: ‘You should have bathed first before doing this video though,’ and someone else said: ‘I hope to see you back on TV in your own reality show. Such a fan of your energy since I first saw you on America’s Next Top Model. You are such a Light, you have no idea!🤎💜’

Someone else said: ‘I have seen a “sunflower” phone holder and it reminded me of you!! @evamarcille’ and a commenter posted this: ‘The front of your hairline and forehead look just like Mikeys❤️’

Eva Marcille   dropped an important message telling people that she defends the African market place and drum circle farmers market. Check out her post below.

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‘***HELP US KEEP THE AFRICAN MARKET PLACE & DRUM CIRCLE FARMERS MARKET. THE CITY COUNCIL OFFICE IS TRYING TO MAKE THIS SUNDAY OUR LAST***For the past few years, Black vendors in Leimert Park Village have said there is an effort to push us out of the village. At stakeholder meetings, neighbourhood council meetings and city council meetings officials have said “Oh, that’s not true. We want the vendors here.” But actions speak louder than words,’ Eva began her message.