On January 9 HBO Max premiered the second season of Euphoria. The series starring and produced by Zendaya (25), which in 2019 broke audience records and at this premiere attracted 2,400,000 people to the platform. According to HBO, Euphoria has become its number 1 series - becoming the new version of Sex and The City - and another couple of millions are expected to see the first chapter during this week. A news that Zendaya has celebrated at the top, albeit cautiously. The reason? The actress believes that the series of it is not suitable for all public.
"As I said before, I want to reiterate everyone that Euphoria is for mature audiences, this season is deeply emotional and it deals with issues that can be difficult to see. Please, see it only if you feel comfortable. Careful and keep in mind that, pass What happens, you still have someone who loves you and I can feel your support, "he wrote on Instagram, with the prudence that characterizes it. Something that she would have inherited from her parents -The professors Claire Stoermer and Kazembe Ajamu Coleman-, whom she often appreciates her achievements at all times.
"Part of the credit of my success, I must give it to my parents. I am very lucky to have the parents that I have, they have always instilled some fundamental values that I take with me in everything I do. That's why I appreciate everything to my family. To them I owe everything I've done, "explained Ellen Degeneres in 2016. Likewise, Zendaya has commented numerous times the value of her origins and how her parents have taught him to appreciate the roots of her. "My parents and I feel very proud of where we come from, I am African and also German," she said a couple of years ago.
"My father and I live in him, but as my mom works as a teacher, he could not give up and move with us, I see it a few weeks a month," he touted in 2011 the child's star, which then used to count a lot of his life in the networks. What's more, she confirmed the separation of her parents, in 2016. "My parents are not together a long time ago, you did not know because it is a private issue and they are still friends," he wrote, next to a photo in the May the three pose happy.
However, when his career began to take off, Zendaya chose to be more recatted and, from one moment to another, stopped publishing snapshots with his own. Even so, numerous photos of her parents followed (and continue) circulating on the Internet. Above all, one, which became viral in 2015. Seven years ago, a user hung an image of the actress and her parents and published that she was "too pretty" to have "those parents". An assertion that directly affected the physicist of Coleman and Stoermer, so that Zenday decided to defend them.
"I see you worried about how my parents look, so I tell you that they are the most disinterested people in the world, they chose to spend their lives without worrying about trivial things, like the appearance or that need to insult the parents of people On Twitter. They chose to become educators who have devoted their lives to teaching and furnishing the minds of young and superficial minds. So, please, disconnect, go to school, read a book and while you do it, look at the mirror And realize that you are also beautiful. The hateful things that say only arise from internal struggles, "held, in a forceful way, the protagonist of KC: Undercover.
Despite this, in recent years, Zendaya has not referred to that controversy. Although she did she have had sweet words for her parents. For example, in 2016, the celeb she said on Instagram that she admired "the strength, protection and wisdom" of Coleman, while in 2019 she highlighted her mother's attitude, now converted into a designer. "My mom never used makeup and I think she does not know, but for me it was very powerful that she did not do it, I could see how women are able to navigate within those beauty spaces and understand that they are self-defined. You are equally beautiful , no matter how you choose to do so, "he said Vanity Fair in 2019.Updated Date: 11 January 2022, 22:49