Any older millennial value its generational title remembers the separated-at-birth twins who reunite as youngsters performed by Tia and Tamera Mowry in “Sister, Sister.” However Adam Housley isn’t a millennial. When Housley met Tamera, all he noticed was a fantastic girl. “I had no concept who the heck she was, I simply thought she was fairly,” he informed Yahoo in 2018. Tamera and Housley had been launched by Robert Sexton, who was her economics professor at Pepperdine College — which can also be Housley’s alma mater.
Housley was on campus visiting his former professor when he noticed footage of his favourite college students on the wall by his desk. Housley was instantly drawn to Tamera. Humorous sufficient, Tamera wasn’t the one well-known Mowry featured. “Tia was on the wall too, my twin, however he pointed to my image,” she stated. Housley promptly Googled his crush. “I had by no means seen her TV present. I did not even know this TV present,” he stated on “It is Love.”
An indignant Tamera requested the digicam: “Who would not know ‘Sister, Sister?'” Housley had level, although. “It began once I was a freshman in faculty. If I used to be watching ‘Sister, Sister’ in faculty, the blokes would have beat me up,” he argued. Tamera allowed Sexton to offer Housley her e mail and the journalist’s approach with textual content did the remainder. “I all the time say, he obtained me along with his phrases,” she stated, earlier than turning to him so as to add: “You are very sensible.”