Jeanie Mai explains how the Team Real hopes to help "make a little change" after their colleague, Tamera Mowry-Housley, tragically…
Jeanie Mai explains how the Team Real hopes to help “make a little change” after their colleague, Tamera Mowry-Housley, tragically lost a family member on Wednesday’s lethal shot in Thousand Oaks, California
Mowry-Housley and her husband Adam Housley’s niche Alaina Housley was one of 12 victims who lost their lives after a shooter had entered the Borderline Bar and Grill and started shooting shots. The former sister, sister star acclaimed the 18-year-old girl in a social mail the following day.
May, one of Mowry-Housley’s employees at The Real stopped by ET Live on Monday and shared how the team plans to support his friend and her family during this difficult time.
“She goes through a lot so we’ll find a solution to get a solution to this or at least make a dip in what’s happening,” Mai said. Not only is The Real here to get real comments and talk about our opinions, but let’s do some change too. Then we’ll find out how we can best help Housleys and all the others who suffered. “
May also shared how shooting had sparked her to express her views on social media, which led to backlash from some followers.
” Tamera is my girl and my co-host and she has unfortunately treated a family member who lost in the shot, I saw [was] in tears, “Mai said before explaining how she had commented on social media questioned why” all shooters are white men “and then lost a follower.”
“None have an answer for it but there’s something to ask for it because it’s happening in America ̵
1; they’re all white and they’re men, “added Mia and defended her comments. “You do not hear about women who do this and you will not hear if this happens in Vietnam or Europe. It’s here … one of the world’s most blessed countries.”
Adam Housley, a former journalist, spoke with ET following the tragic news, describing Alaina as “a really good girl”.
“She was an incredible beautiful girl who did not hurt anyone and was excited to go to Italy for a program abroad,” he said. “Seamless, man, just meaningless.”
See more on the shot below. 19659002] ] RELATED CONTENTS: