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Queen Latifah's film contracts have a no death clause.

Queen Latifah’s film contracts have a “no death” clause.

Queen Latifah makes sure that new projects have a “no death clause” so that her character doesn’t die onscreen. Since becoming famous as a rapper in the late 1980s, the actress has had a great career in Hollywood.

But during a recent appearance on The Drew Barrymore Show, Latifah said that she has a “no death clause” added to her contracts to make sure she doesn’t die in a movie or TV show, as she often did in her early roles.

“You know, when I first started acting, my characters died in the movies, and it looks like I died too,” she joked. “I thought, ‘Wait a minute, if I keep dying in these movies, I can’t do a sequel.'”

She was tired of being thought of as disposable, so she told her team, “Yo, we have to put a “no-death clause” in my contracts. From then on, we just kind of stuck it in there. She went on: “I was like, ‘No more dying. “No more getting hit by 300 bullets in this car.”

But Latifah said she isn’t as strict about showing her body onscreen and hasn’t done what other stars have done by putting “no nudity” clauses in their contracts.

” I said, “No, you can show my rear end if you want to.” Here’s my poop, and it’s real. “The star from Chicago was happy. Latifah, whose real name is Dana Elaine Owens, has been promoting her new Netflix movie, End of the Road.


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