'All American' Season 2: Fans want Coop's mother to accept her gay daughter and welcome Patience

In the second episode of 'All American' titled 'Speak Ya Clout', Coop tries to find her voice through music and her mom is happy to see her daughter experimenting with new tunes.


                            'All American' Season 2: Fans want Coop's mother to accept her gay daughter and welcome Patience

Lovingly known as Coop, Tamia Cooper (Bre-Z) came out of the closet and the second season of 'All American' shows her struggle with finding acceptance in the society. While her best friend Spencer James (Daniel Ezra) stands by her side, she does need her mom's support too.

In the second episode titled 'Speak Ya Clout', Coop tries to find her voice through music and her mom is happy to see her daughter experimenting with new tunes. However, when Coop asks her mom if she can take her girlfriend Patience's (Chelsea Tavares) help in penning down tracks, she tells her, "The words don't really matter. People only care about the music and how it makes them feel."

Later, however, when Coop finally cracks a song with a cue from Patience's voice message and makes her mom listen to it, she accepts she was in the wrong and tells her, "I guess words really do matter." Confessing that she will try to accept her being gay, she adds, "I can't promise this will be easy but I promise I am going to try hard."

Coop and Patience in a still from 'All American'. (The CW)

Fans agree that Coop's mother should accept her gay daughter and embrace her sexuality with an open mind. "That’s right Coop. That momma of yours needs to get with the program and cut the self-righteous shit. #AllAmerican," one fan wrote, while another one tweeted, "I don't think Coop's mother will ever accept her sexual orientation. #AllAmerican."

"I love how Patience inspired Coop to write the song. #AllAmerican," one viewer tweeted, and another one posted, "What an incredible song by @BREZOFFICIAL
and what a moment for Coop. #AllAmerican." "Hold her to that too Coop. Your mother needs to understand that you're her daughter and put that before her religion and personal feelings. #allamerican," one tweet read.

Fans also loved her song and are calling her an "official rapper." "Writing this song was a great, respectful way to express her feelings to her mom. Way to go Coop. #AllAmerican," one user wrote and another one posted, "I know Coop ain't finna use patience's voicemail as an interlude yea she's an official rapper now #AllAmerican."

The third episode airs on Monday, October 21 on The CW and it might finally show Coop's mother trying to accept her daughter's sexual orientation and her girlfriend Patience.

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