Queen Latifah, three-year-old Eboni Nichols, took her son out for the first public appearance over the weekend in Los Angeles. The sun was shining and the move was a delight to the fans. The joyful family was captured on video during their excursion. Read on to know more about Ebonis Nihcols.
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Eboni Nichols made his first public appearance
Despite her reputation for being very secretive over her 30+ years of stardom Latifah was cheerful and relaxed as she shopped alongside her child while holding his hand. The youngster was wearing a grey monster truck T shirt, shorts, tennis shoes and a baseball hat.
She wore a white long-sleeved shirt, while Latifah wore blue shorts, white tennis sneakers and a white baseball cap. Both she and her child wore casual clothes. It can be difficult to keep your identity private when you are a public figure.
These celebrities managed to keep their pregnancy news secret for quite some time, despite all their efforts. Find out which celebrities managed to keep their pregnancy secret. According to reports, Eboni Nichols is the actress and rap legend who shares custody with her boyfriend.
Eboni was once a cheerleader for Los Angeles Lakers but is now a choreographer. According to reports, the two women first met each other on an episode of Dancing With the Stars 2009 and then started a relationship in 2013. Their relationship was only established a few years back.
Latifah seemed to confirm her relationship with Nichols as well as the addition of their child at the 2021 BET Awards. Although she has not spoken publicly about her family, Latifah is now a mother to their son.
Latifah ended her acceptance speech for Lifetime Achievement Award with “Happy Pride”, before calling Rebel and Eboni “my love” and placing her hand over her heart.
While we have great respect for Queen Latifah’s decision to keep her private life private, it would be charming to see more of her motherhood in the public eye. The entertainment mogul and her boyfriend may feel more comfortable sharing their child with the public when the kid is older.