By Queen Latifah
Modeled after Maria Shriver's Just Who Will You Be, Queen Latifah's aim with Put in your Crown is to aid younger women construct a powerful feel of vanity. A US Dept. of Justice survey came upon that women a while 16-24 are extra susceptible to accomplice violence than the other crew, virtually triple the nationwide regular. instances like Chris Brown's attack on pop megastar Rihanna confirmed an unsightly aspect of adolescent existence. notwithstanding, Queen Latifah has continually been a shining instance of a girl proud of herself and unwilling to compromise to slot into the "hollywood excellent" of what a convinced appealing lady may still appear like. the end result: She's one of many greatest A-list celebrities in Hollywood.
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