Raven-Symoné Calls Out ‘Death Threats’ Against Wife Miranda Maday

raven-symone I would like the commentator to keep his wife’s name out of his mouth. The 38-year-old former Disney star recently opened up about his hatred for his wife, miranda medayReceived in a new TikTok.

In the clip, both women are seen sitting side by side and facing towards the stone, while Raven makes her feelings known.

“I’m here with my wife, Miranda, to ask you to stop this in the comments and stop the death threats in your DMs,” Raven said. “This is disrespectful to her and in turn disrespectful to me. Stop it.”

Miranda said the recent hate has “been really wild,” and alluded to her previous comments about being unfamiliar with Raven’s career before their romance.

Raven-Symoné and Miranda Meade attend the 34th Annual GLAAD Media Awards Los Angeles at the Beverly Hilton on March 30, 2023 in Beverly Hills, California. , Excel/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic

“I never once said that I didn’t know who Raven was. I only said that I didn’t grow up watching that’s so Raven,” Miranda explained. ”I didn’t see him as a child. But after getting married and meeting him in 2015, I have seen most of his work.”

He said he thinks his wife is “extremely talented” and deserves an Emmy for her work on the Disney Channel show.

“I’m getting so much hate for something that’s really just a cycle of misinformation,” Miranda said.

Raven gave one final message to Internet trolls, saying, “For all the blue checks they are acting like trolls, sit down. Thanks, no need.”

Although both Miranda and Raven have spoken about it in the past, the renewed reaction came after the couple’s joint appearance in an interview in April. Bottoms Up with Fanita podcast.

“I’m married to him and the fact that I didn’t watch the show, Raven appreciated it,” Miranda said during the interview.

Why did he opt out of it? that’s so Raven Initially, Miranda said she thought she was “too old” when the show first aired in 2003.

That’s So Raven is a hit live-action situation comedy starring Raven-Symoné as Raven Baxter on The Cosby Show. , Bob D’Amico/Disney General Entertainment Content via Getty Images

“I guess I was a little too old,” Miranda explained. “My sister, who is five years younger than me, saw that’s so Ravenloved that’s so RavenAnd now that I’ve seen it all, I like it that’s so Raven,

In February, ET spoke with Raven about her impressive career and that’s so Raven Incorporated into his legacy.

“We had a great time on that show,” Raven told ET. “I was the youngest black woman to have a show named after me, and honestly, I never wanted to leave Disney after that. I learned so much… it’s in its own little time capsule. I Can’t say anything bad about it.”

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