EXCLUSIVE REPORT: Queen Latifah performed at Long Beach Gay Pride and publicly came out as lesbian for the first time with a big, telling gesture on Saturday.
Truthquake.com staff was in the audience to watch her rap, sing and offer some supportive information as the headliner for the LGBT festival.
The Truthquake News exclusive video and photo, which can be seen below, shows the moment Queen Latifah seemingly came out as gay publicly.
In the moment between songs, she points to the crowd with two fingers and back and forth to her eyes, then she spins her fingers around in a circle, she pounds her heart area on her chest and makes a shhh (silence) gesture with her index finger to indicate that the LGBT crowd and she are the same, and her gay orientation is a secret between them and her.
Most of the audience missed the event because it was a non-verbal gesture.
This episode would be the first time she ever came out as lesbian at a public event.
Truthquake News had reported last week that our sources close to Queen Latifah said that she was planning on revealing her gay orientation at Long Beach Pride.
For years, news outlets have reported that she is gay and is dating her fitness trainer Jeanette Jenkins.
They broke up for awhile, but are allegedly now engaged to be married.
Queen Latifah used the slang term “peeps” (people who are your close friends) to describe her lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender fans.
“Y’all my peeps (people),” she said.
She also said, “I love you” several times to the audience.
Queen Latifah performed for an hour and a half from 8:30 to 10 pm to a crowd of about 1,000 people in the parking lot overlooking the ocean.
She told the LGBT people to “keep your support system tight,” since LGBT people are many times confronted by bigotry.
During the concert, she had fun with having the crowd interact with the performance.
At one point, she told the people her nickname La La La, and had them sing back the name to her with her band. See this moment in a video below.
Queen Latifah paid tribute to other female rappers and Hip Hop musicians, such as Salt-n-Pepa, MC Lyte and British duo Louchie Lou & Michie One performing their Fiddler on the Roof sampled “Rich Girl” song.
She sang numerous R&B and soul songs from her “singing” albums.
The set included the song “I Know Where I’ve Been” from her acting role in the Hairspray movie with John Travolta, Zac Efron and Michelle Pfeiffer.
At the end of the concert, Queen Latifah advocated STD protection saying: “I want to give a shout-out to everybody…
“Thank you to all my favorite peep guests who came out to support me.
“I appreciate it. I love you so much.
“Hope you had a beautiful time.
“Y’all be safe whatever y’all get into tonight.
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“Boys – strap it up.
“Ladies – strap it up [laughing].”
She ended Long Beach Gay Pride saying she loved everyone and is going to come back next year.
“Peace,” she said. “God bless you.
“I love you so much…See you next year.”
Truthquake News exclusive video of the moment Queen Latifah comes out as lesbian with non-verbal gesture at 2012 Long Beach Pride:
Our exclusive video of Queen Latifah’s message on protection at end of LGBT Pride:
Our exclusive video of Queen Latifah singing at Pride:
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