Did Queen Latifah Undergo Plastic Surgery? Body Measurements and More!
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Queen Latifah was born March 18, 1970 in Newark, New Jersey. Her real name is Dana Elaine Owens. Young Latifah started her professional career with beat boxing for Ladies Fresh. Besides rapping, she is famous also through various movies, such as Chicago, Taxi, and Bringing Down the House. In 2003, Latifah had breast reduction from F size to a DD cup size.
Latifah’s older brother was killed in 1992 in a motorcycling accident. She has discussed how her brother’s death led to a brief period of depression and drug abuse. In 1995, she was a victim of a carjacking. Latifah was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana in 1996. She was again arrested for driving under the influence in Los Angeles and did three years of probation. In 2018, Queen Latifah confirmed the death of her mother due to a heart condition.
We have gathered all body measurements and statistics of Queen Latifah, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, body shape, and weight.
|1.78 m, 5’10” (feet & inches)
|91 kg, 201 pounds
|Cup Size (US)
|Cup Size E
|Shoe Size (US)
|Dress Size (US)
The star of “Chicago” and other films says she had elective breast-reduction surgery in 2003 to alleviate years of back and shoulder pain. However, “I didn’t quite want them to be this small,” she laughs. Before surgery, Latifah says she was “an E or an F cup. I was pretty big.
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"I love Ralph Lauren, just as a designer. I still think he could make some better sizes with his clothes, but I like the idea of his classic American style."
"I was taught from a young age that many people would treat me as a second-class citizen because I was African-American and because I was female."
"Every woman is a queen, and we all have different things to offer."
"Hip-hop definitely taught me a lot. Having to create your own identity and become known and respected in a male-dominated field - it requires some guts. There are times you have to be strong, and times when you have to stand alone for what you believe in."
"I'm probably proudest of being able to lift a lot of us out of the 'hood. That's the biggest thing, that I've been able to employ a lot of people and give them opportunities."