Will we see a Queen Latifah gay marriage now that she has come out and told the world that she is not a fan of the meat locker? Have you heard that she came out? Not so fast. Maybe you THINK you heard something you didn’t.
Is Queen Latifah Gay or Straight
A lot of magazines reported that Queen Latifah came out at the 2012 Long Beach Pride event in California, where the rapper told the press, “Y’all my peeps, I love you!” and, “Thank you to all my favorite peep guests who came out to support me. I appreciate it. I love you so much.”
However, subsequent stories followed, suggesting that she corrected the press, telling that she in fact did NOT come out at the festival. She told Entertainment Weekly magazine, “That 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.”
What she clarifies was that she does not discuss her personal life, and though she is an advocate of gay marriage, she will not discuss if she herself is gay.
Who is Queen Latifah Dating
Here is a picture of her and the trainer she “rolls with”. She is rumored to be the girlfriend of the rapper, singer and actress. The new movie with rap artist Common will not keep the gay news at bay, as too many blogs and tweets have lit up the Internet. Queen Latifah was photographed with her personal trainer Jeanette Jenkins, as the two were apparently vacationing on a yacht with Alicia Keys and her new husband, Swizz Beats.
Where’s the Queen Latifah Boyfriend?
Ummm, don’t hold your breath looking for him. He’s probably more difficult to find than Waldo. However, at the Grammy Awards this year, Latifah blew another opportunity to set the record straight by choosing NOT to come out, just as she officiated the group weddings of 33 gay couples during Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ “Same Love”.
Latifah makes strong gay statements, among the strongest in Hollywood, and yet avoids actually coming out and admitting what everyone assumes. She is quite outspoken about the fact that she has nothing to say of it. She told The New York Times Magazine, “I don’t have a problem discussing the topic of somebody being gay, but I do have a problem discussing my personal life. I don’t care if people think I’m gay or not.”
If anything, it appears as if the Queen is adamant about snubbing the tabloids and not giving them, as well as the aggressive media, exactly what they want—a confession, an admission, a final say. She wants to retain some mystery and keep a dignified silence. Or who knows, maybe she just wants to keep her male fan base who continue to love big butts and strong women.
One thing’s for sure…you don’t tell “Matron Momma Morton” what’s what! When she’s ready, she’ll give the order. Because when you’re good to momma, momma’s good to you, don’t you know?