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What role, what movie or show did you do that changed your life? ” So it was then when I started to look at my choice of men differently, I wanted something better for myself, for my son. Henson: I would have to say “Baby Boy,” because for so long I was screaming victim, “He did this to me, he was so horrible to me.” Through that film and having to relive so much of my past, when I was making knucklehead decisions with young men, it was like, but nobody put a gun to your head. I just felt like that living through Yvette and living through my past again, I don’t want to repeat that. That’s why I worked so hard to get out of the hood, to take my son out of the hood, so he could have a better life.
Just last summer, she told the Hollywood Reporter that it’s no one’s business but her own what her sexual preference is.“I don’t feel the need to discuss my private life on this show or any other show,” said the actress and talk show host.“There’s the part of my life that the public and I share together.“Empire” is our lives in a way that hasn’t been shown on television before. Since I started my career as a rapper, shortly thereafter opened up a management company, I’ve been a businesswoman all these years. Henson: People get into this business and think, “I’ve got to get an agent, I have to get a manager.” They don’t realize with the right mojo and the right eye, you don’t. But I love my job on “Empire” because it feels like a mini-movie. “Baby Boy” to me was that same kind of film, just a young guy trying to figure out his life. Was it a part of your life that you see in these roles other than just being a great actress, part of your life you bring to it? You have to live in order to breathe life into these characters. I had to go through that to make this character real.