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I couldn’t think about being the partner of Flavor Unit Entertainment or just being my mom’s daughter or my friend…I couldn’t think about anything else and I couldn’t have any fear in playing this character because she really deserves to somebody play her with some kind of fearlessness.” Robin Roberts, who came out publicly last year, is one of few out black women in the public eye. I guess that’s it.” Of course there are also athletes like Brittney Griner and Seimone Augustus, rapper Angel Haze, writers like Alice Walker and actress Raven-Symone, but there is still a lacking of role models for women of color when it comes to mainstream media and entertainment.
Latifah, whose real name is Dana Elaine Owens, is reportedly dating actress Paula Patton, 40, the ex-wife of singer Robin Thicke.The 47-year-old actor was joined by his co-stars Jamie Chung, Coby Bell, Emma Dumont, and executive producers Matt Nix and Jeph Loeb.Now that she has been spotted with several different women, the question on everybody’s lips is “Who is Queen Latifah’s girlfriend?Queen Latifah was born March 18, 1970 in Newark, New Jersey. Young Latifah started her professional career with beat boxing for Ladies Fresh.Besides rapping, she is famous also through various movies, such as Chicago, Taxi, and Bringing Down the House.She made it clear on multiple occasions that she’s feeling comfortable with her body and has no plans to starve herself just to become slimmer.
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Online, in which she claims she’s “looking for a man.” Patton, who is a single mom to son Julian Fuego Thicke, 5, told E!
she’s “very open” to dating a man who posses the following qualities: “Kindness, compassion and intelligence.” Commenting on the myth of perfect matches in relationships, Patton said: “I think there is probably a perfect match for different times in your life…
It didn't feel like a typical celebrity interview because we discussed something important we have in common: We are both caregiving daughters.
Our mothers live or have lived with heart failure — mine for 24 years until she passed away from other causes, and Latifah's mom, Rita Owens, having the chronic condition for many years.
She now manages the condition with medication and a defibrillator implanted in her chest, while maintaining a healthy, veggie-heavy diet.