Evander Holyfield’s 27 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER Is Claiming That She’s STILL A VIRGIN!! (Pics Of HER . . . And Her BF)

: Evander Holyfield's eldest daughter Evette (Evander has 11 children from 6 different women) just gave an interview to Essece.com. It was a very INTERESTING interview . . . . where she CLAIMED to be a virgin at age 27.

ESSENCE.COM: When did you decide to be abstinent until marriage?



EVETTE HOLYFIELD: We grew up in a Christian home. When I was around six years old, my dad said to me, “You don’t need to have sex outside of marriage.” He went through the whole spiel with me. So as I grew up, I thought, okay dad, if you don’t want me to do it, I’m not gonna do it. Then I started to really understand church – the words in the Bible and what the pastor is really saying. At that point, I wasn’t just doing it because my dad said don’t, but rather, I now believe that by waiting, God will bless me and bring me a great husband.



ESSENCE.COM: Has it been a difficult decision for you?



HOLYFIELD: Honestly, it’s easy for me. I was in a three-year relationship, and I never had those desires for him in that way. He never pressured me. In my mind, I already have it set that I’m not gonna do it, so if someone were to pressure me, it wouldn’t even phase me. I just don’t have those desires.



ESSENCE.COM: How do your girlfriends react to your stance? Women can be emotional bullies too.



HOLYFIELD: My sister is a virgin, and I have a couple of friends who are virgins too. Some women have said to me, “Why would anyone want to date you if you haven’t had sex?” I ask them, “Why would anyone want to date someone who has slept with the whole world?” Having sex with a man is not what’s going to set you apart. What’s going to set you apart is what’s in your head.

We can't KNOCK HER since she's doing it for RELIGIOUS REASONS. But we find it very BIZARRE when a 27 year old is still CLINGING TO HER VIRGINITY like that.

Link to full interview

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