Eva Mendes claps again in Troll to intervene in quarantine with Ryan Gosling

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“Lost River” actress shuts down the critic who said the “Blade Runner 2049” actor should pull it out a lot at this time when the coronavirus pandemic is spreading.

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Eva Mendes She is not here to listen to a troll online judging her relationship with him Ryan Gosling. The 46-year-old actress, who has been dating an Academy Award-nominated actress since 2011, has shut down a critic who has been interfering with her life with her longtime partner.

It happened after “Ghost riderThe star shared a throwback photo showing her jogging on the beach in a dress. Recalling the old days, she wrote in the caption, “I went running on the beach this morning. She quickly added, “No, I haven’t. This photo was taken at least 15 years ago. I haven’t seen a beach this year. They didn’t run this year. ”

Then a follower put his weight in her post, suggesting, “You got to tell Ryan to get you out some more.” But Eva refused to follow the advice, writing to the said user, “No thank you, I’m fine. Instead of being at home with my leg more than anywhere else in the world.”

Eva Mendes responded to Troll's comment on her IG post

Eva Mendes responded to the elf’s comment on her Instagram post.

Other followers supported her decision, with Mario Lopez Commenting, “Hahaha, respect!” Another wrote, “However, I am sure you are still wonderful because of the light shining from your beautiful heart.”

It is safe to say that Eva would not be risking the health of herself and her family just to enjoy her freedom amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The “Late eveningThe star was in quarantine with her partner and their two children, Esmeralda Amada, 6, and Amada Lee, 4, at home.

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Back in September, in a rare candid moment, a mother-of-two shared what looked like in her proboscis and Ryan. “It’s so fun, pretty, and crazy,” she told Access Daily. “It’s very difficult, of course, but that feeling is ending your day and putting them to bed, and Ryan and I look at each other like, ‘We did it, we came out relatively unscathed.’

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