I met with her recently to talk about caregiving and her work with the American Heart Association's new Red Steps Challenge to "rise above" heart failure, which afflicts some 6 million Americans.It didn't feel like a typical celebrity interview because we discussed something important we have in common: We are both caregiving daughters.As she puts it, "I just start the day with mom and how's she doing: 'Do you need anything? ' " She also leads a team of family members, close friends and health care providers who support her mom — a role that's earned her the title "the general." She finds the label amusing, she says, because she's not usually the commanding type: "I'm not tough in that sense, but you do have to become stronger." Latifah's eyes sparkle, and she gets emotional when she talks about her mom.They are best friends, she says, and Owens inspires her because she is "so positive and strong, and I've seen her come through some really, really challenging moments.Now her mom is feeling better and has moved back to her home in New Jersey.Latifah visits her frequently and remains very involved in her care, even from a distance.(Owens also battles scleroderma, an autoimmune disease that affects her breathing.) Like many caregivers, Latifah is a busy working woman who travels a lot.
Also signing as executive producers are Queen Latifah, Shakim Compere and Yaneley Arty for Flavor Unit Entertainment.
That means no power saws, no sanding, no saw dust, no smelly stain, NO MESS!
According to a mysterious report, the legendary Rapper and actress Queen Laifah is marrying her alleged girlfriend of four year, Eboni Nicholas.
However, before anyone gets excited enough to go checking for a wedding registry, then we should at least have a look at the source for this article.
I mean a lot of us love Queen Laifah and have always been supportive of her, but she has never actually announced her sexuality.