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Teen star Mowry, now 35, married Housely three years ago and since their happy day the couple have been remorselessly attacked by online trolls who reduce the identical twin to an emotional wreck with the strength of their barbs. That's what hurts me, because I've never experienced so much hate ever in my life, ever.'However, Mowry told Oprah that she refuses to bow to the sniping from trolls online and beamed with pride as she spoke of her husband who she married in Napa Valley in May 2011 and 14-month-old son, Aden.
The TV star who appeared alongside her sister Tia in the hit 90s sitcom, was interviewed for Oprah: Where Are They Now and made the harrowing claim that since her marriage she has 'never experienced so much hate ever in my life, ever'.'Because when my husband and I are so openly -- and we're fine with showing -- is love.
During a 2014 appearance on the talk show "Bethenny," she revealed some methods that she uses to deal with social media critics."I think maybe because social media is what it is right now," Mowry-Housely told host Bethenny Frankel, "I have a Twitter account and people feel like they can just come to it and say whatever but I've learned to love my block button and I'm just choosing to see the positive side of it.
We have more people loving on us than hating on us and we are choosing to focus on that now."She revealed that people's negative comments impacted her so deeply because her parents, a black mother and white father, had to experience similar struggles."I was actually hurt because my parents had experienced it way back in the day and I was hurt because we as a community have come so far and we fight against it all the time," she said on the show.
Let’s be clear, that was in no means something to make black women think we need nor have to have validation from white men, so please calm that talk all the way down dears.
In 2000, she had a role in the movie , as Melanie Barnett.
In 2007, she became engaged to actor Cory Hardrict, and she gave birth to their son, Cree Taylor Hardrict, in 2011.
Kayla Thornton on the medical drama Strong Medicine.
A reality TV show following her and her twin sister's lives, Tia & Tamera, began airing on the Style Network in 2011, ending in 2013 after three seasons.