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 Missy Elliott Honors Queen Latifah’s Legacy at Kennedy Center

In a historic and emotional tribute, Missy Elliott took center stage at the 46th annual Kennedy Center Honors to honor the iconic Queen Latifah. Aired by CBS on December 27, the ceremony marked a pivotal moment as Queen Latifah became the first female rapper to receive this prestigious recognition.

Missy Elliott, known for her groundbreaking contributions to hip-hop, shared a personal anecdote from her high school days, highlighting the profound impact of Queen Latifah’s boldness. The chant of “Oh, ladies first” echoed in Latifah’s anthem challenged societal norms, leaving an indelible mark on Missy and countless others.

Missy’s tribute not only celebrated Latifah’s musical achievements but also highlighted her role as a cultural icon and trailblazer for women in the entertainment industry. Through heartfelt words and admiration, Missy emphasized Latifah’s legacy as a blueprint for success and an inspiration for future generations in the hip-hop realm.

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