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LL Cool J's Wife Simone Smith Shows How She Cooks Bolognese Sauce in Video Amid Coronavirus Quarantine

Stephen Thompson
Mar 30, 2020
02:00 P.M.
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Simone Smith, wife of rapper Ll Cool J, recently posted a video on social media of her cooking Bolognese amid the worldwide coronavirus pandemic.


Smith took her fans through a step by step process of making the dish in the Instagram video clip she posted on Tuesday.

Ll Cool J's wife, Simone Smith, recently took to Instagram to share cooking tips with her fans amid the current coronavirus pandemic.

Simone Smith and LL Cool J at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Feb. 26, 2017. | Photo: Getty Images


The video clip which she posted on Tuesday featured the rapper's wife going through a step-by-step process of making bolognese with spaghetti squash. The time-lapsed clip was captioned,

"Lil Tuesday night bolognese paired with penne or spaghetti squash ? #stayhome #staysafe #godbless."


Simone and Ll Cool J have been married for twenty-five years now, and they share four kids; three daughters, Nina, Italia, and Samaria, and a son, Najee.

Some years back, Simone opened up about her first encounter with Ll Cool J and how their love story began. Smith, whose maiden name is Johnson, was the cousin to one of the rapper's friends and the cousin introduced the two.

Smith recalled her husband being her most significant support during her battle with cancer.


Not long after the two began dating, the rapper was the first to suggest that the two became exclusive as he was about to head out on a 2-month long commitment and he didn't "want [her] to be with anyone else." Simone responded to his request with the statement,

"I’m not gonna date anybody else; you’re my boyfriend."


The two lovebirds continued their story, and they've had their share of ups and downs. In 2004, Smith found a little knot on her leg and later got diagnosed with a rare kind of bone cancer known as chondrosarcoma.

In an interview last year, the couple dived deeper into Simone's battle with cancer. She ended up having a surgery where her right tibia was removed and replaced with her left fibula, plus a still-rod, micro veins, and screws added by the doctors during the procedure.

Simone mentioned that her husband had offered his fibula before the 15-hour procedure began as he thought it'd be "bigger and stronger" for his wife. Smith recalled her husband being her most significant support during her battle with cancer, which is now in remission. 


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