Queen Latifah’s Scar Is the Remnant a Strange Childhood Injury

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Queen Latifah is often referred to as the First Lady in hip-hop. She was a legend as an actress, producer, and musician. “All Hail the Queen,”You can watch TV shows likeThe Equalizer Or Hollywood You can also watch movies like Taxi.

She is a pop-cultural icon and has worked with Adam Goldberg, Brandy, Jimmy Fallon and many other celebrities. She also has scars, just like Seal and Harrison Ford. What’s the story?

How did Queen Latifah get that scar on her forehead, then?

Queen Latifah, a daughter of Dana Elaine Owens, was born in Newark, N.J. on March 18, 1970. Rita Owens, an artist teacher, and Lancelot Amos Owens, was her father. (Rita died in 2018).

Lancelot Owens Jr., Queen Latifah’s older brother, was planning to follow the same career path. In 1992, he tragically died in a motorcycle accident. He was only 24 years old. Raven, the star’s sister, was also his victim in the tragedy.? A brother and you. Angelo. What is the truth behind Queen Latifah’s scare?

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Queen Latifah, the star and executive producer of 'The Equalizer'

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The barely visible scar is actually the only remnant of a harmless game Queen Latifah had with one of her younger siblings when she was only three years old. She was playing tag but quickly realized that the game was not for her.

She said it as follows: The New York TimesIn 2008, she tripped on a phone cord that was not in the best place and fell, hitting her head against the corner of the bathroom wall. The series of misfortunes continued.

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“I tripped over the telephone cord and hit my head on the corner of the bathroom wall. I got three stitches,”She elaborated. “Then I fell on my grandmother’s steps and busted it open again.”

As the star told, Chicago TribuneIn 2015, she wished that the scar would not be removed from professional photos. She said that removing the flaw only serves to perpetuate unhealthy beauty standards.

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“It’s part of who I am, so I’d like it to be accepted as part of who I am,” Queen Latifah said. “There are a lot of people reading those magazines, not unlike myself, who have some sort of scar, too. I don’t think we should try to make everything look perfect.”

Queen Latifah seems to also have admirers for her scar.

“Queen Latifah and I both have a scar on our foreheads in the same place. It’s like we are the same person. I am Queen Latifah,”Tweet @MaryBrumbley.

A tweet about Queen Latifah's scar

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