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While she has dated both sexes, Queen Latifah has never been married.
Some of the girls she has been linked with include; her personal trainer Jeanette Jenkins, and choreographer Eboni Nichols. Sometime in 2017, she told Mail Online that she was ready to start a family.
At a fast pace, she grew her filmography to include appearances in The Bone Collector (1999), Chicago (2002), “Bringing Down the House” (2003), “Hairspray” (2007) and more.
Her role in “Life Support” (2007) which she also produced earned her a Golden Globe and a SAG Award.
In fact, it all started in 1996 when Queen Latifah got into a feud with Foxy Brown, who took the first step in questioning the rapper’s sexuality while dissing her.In the interview, Latifah said she had to explain to her younger siblings that she took the role “…because I believe I can bring positive attention to the gay African-American community.”Around the time she was shooting the film, Latifah was in a relationship with a man named Sean Moon who unfortunately was shot dead during a carjacking in 1995.Read Also: Amiyah Scott Married, Husband, Boyfriend, Wiki, Bio Over the years, Queen Latifah has refrained from speaking about her sexuality. You do it anyway.”And then in 2012 when various media outlets concluded that Queen Latifah had come out by referring to a group of gay people at the Long Beach Pride as “her people,” Latifah debunked their speculations saying that her words had nothing to do with her sexuality.“I’ve never dealt with the question of my personal life in public, It’s just not gonna happen,” she told Entertainment Weekly.Since then, no one has yet to confirmed whether this rapper, cum singer and actress, is actually gay or not.
That includes all the rumours that have been making rounds all over the internet claiming how she publicly admitted to being gay.
She was born Dana Elaine Owens on March 18, 1970, in Newark, New Jersey.