Queen Latifah Latest Celeb to Adopt

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  • Queen Latifah says she’s moving forward with plans to adopt a child – telling “The View” this morning that she’s “working on” becoming a mother.

    The rapper-turned-actress, whose real name is Dana Owens, has previously spoken of her desire to enter parenthood, claiming she first became interested in adoption as a teenager.

    When asked by co-host Barbara Walters if she was serious about adoption, she replied, “I’m actually kind of working on that.”

    Latifah admitted she had been inspired to act after watching a moving TV movie, adding, “I think I saw one of those specials… you know those movies of the week. And it was like… I just always wanted to bring a child home.”

    When Barbara asked, “So are you really seriously planning on adopting?” Latifah responds, “I’m totally serious, so if you got a kid that you don’t… Just give me a year — let me set up camp and send me the kid. But no, no totally.”

    The 42-year-old, who has always refused to comment on speculation about her sexuality, was recently forced to dismiss claims she had come out as a lesbian after performing at a gay pride event in California in May.

    She said, “That definitely wasn’t the case. I’ve never dealt with the question of my personal life in public. It’s just not gonna happen.”

     

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    3 thoughts on “Queen Latifah Latest Celeb to Adopt

    1. She’s definitely gay but has a West Indian heritage. I think she does not want to cause any discomfort to her parents because being gay traditionally is something West Indian culture does not support. I do believe her parents love her regardless but Latifah chooses to not publicly declare she’s a lesbian.

    2. Good for her….I don’t think anyone cares who she is doing….Keep doing music and shows like Let’s Stay Together….We love you in our hood……

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