Queen Latifah Might Be A New Mom

May 11, 2019 / Posted by:

Radar is claiming that Queen Latifah and her alleged longtime life partner Eboni Nichols are the proud mommas of a new baby. You might say to yourself, “This is Radar, are they sure that Eboni wasn’t just sporting a food baby bump after a Qdoba run?” Maybe, but they’ve got pics of a kid in a car seat and saying that Eboni had a belly going on previous to those.

A source claims that Queen, 49, has been given a new lease on life since the alleged birth of her and Eboni’s, 41, alleged child. Latifah was reportedly visiting an L.A. cancer and blood disease treatment center every other week for almost a year.

“Latifah has never been so full of life!” gushed a source close to the former hip-hop queen. “Eboni and the baby have given Latifah something very special to live for.”

Eboni was also seen taking their supposed kid to a yoga and meditation center in Sherman Oaks earlier this month. You can’t tell what sex the baby is from the pics but they’ve already got that “eat shit, paparazzi” look on their face. Either that or they’re registering their disapproval of being taken to baby yoga. Ugh, baby yoga sounds so evil. Aren’t infants flexible enough? What about that soft spot on their heads? Shouldn’t they wait until that’s a solid?

Latifah lost her mom Rita Owens last year and the baby is said to be helping her get over that, too. She’s notoriously quiet about her private life but all signs point to lesbian, and she’s been seen out and about with former Lakers cheerleader and choreographer Eboni in a couples way since 2013. As of October 2018, they were supposedly engaged.

If this is true, congrats to Queen and Eboni on their baby!

Pic: Instagram

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