Eva Marcille begins her New Year’s resolution earlier this year

Eva Marcille made the headlines today, after the last episode of RHOA in which she essentially accused Kandi Burruss of lying about something that involved Porsha Williams. Now she tells fans that she started her NYE resolution earlier this year.

“#Ad I just got the NEW @flattummyapp to start my New Years resolution earlier this year. This app has everything I need to reach my fitness goals in 2020. Over 450 workouts, 750 + recipes and a community of 2.5 million women to support you along the way. Download your seven days FREE and start today! “Eva captioned her message.

Someone said: “Eva had a fire in those big beautiful eyes, I love the way she rolls them, she doesn’t say a word … but I can hear her loud and clear :]”

One of Eva’s fans posted this: “I really need to restructure my fitness goals next year. ???????? “and a follower wrote:” Eva is beautiful without effort. She has nothing to do but be pretty lol. “

Another person wrote: “@evamarcille The most natural beauty !! Serve with or without makeup, long hair or short hair, simply beautiful anytime, anywhere !! ????❤️ “while someone else said,” After all this holiday jazz, it’s a must for me ???? “

Earlier today, it was revealed that Kandi Burruss wanted to clear things up after last night’s RHOA episode.


Eva denied having said certain things about Porsha Williams, and she basically called Kandi a liar.

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