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LL Cool J's Wife Simone Smith Poses in Camouflage Pants and Matching Turban

Bettina Dizon
May 08, 2020
03:30 P.M.
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Simone Smith stepped out of her home to meet her cousin and blow a kiss from a distance, as seen in her Instagram photo.


LL Cool J’s wife, Simone Smith, is practicing social distancing and encouraging her fans and followers to do the same in a recently posted Instagram photo.


Smith posted a photo with her cousin in the outdoors while wearing face masks and maintaining space in between. “Blowing a social distance kiss to my cousin,” she wrote in her caption.

LL Cool J and Simone Smith at the 17th Annual Harold & Carole Pump Foundation Gala at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on August 11, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California. | Source: Getty Images


Although probably just outside her home, the rapper’s wife looked stylish in a white tee, camouflage pants, a matching camouflage headband, chunky gold accessories, and fluffy home slides.

Included in the post was a message to “follow your dreams,” all while trusting the Lord and his plan. Smith ended her caption with the hashtags “#staysafe” and “#stayhealthy.”


Apart from seeing her cousin during quarantine, Smith spent one of her free days cooking Bolognese pasta, which she shared on Instagram.

The short clip showed a step-by-step process of making Bolognese while using spaghetti squash alongside the caption: “Lil Tuesday night bolognese paired with penne or spaghetti squash.”


In 2019, the couple teamed up for the “Beat Cancer Like a Boss” campaign with the American Cancer Society.


Smith married LL Cool J in 1995, after their first meeting in 1987. Through the years, the couple faced several challenges that they were able to overcome, including her bone cancer diagnosis.

The rapper’s wife underwent invasive surgery, and although it was a scary time, her husband held her hand through it all.

Simone Smith and LL Cool J attend the 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards - Arrivals at Microsoft Theater on September 17, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. | Source: Getty Images


The procedure took 15 hours and required a recovery period of two-and-a-half years for Smith to walk again.


In 2019, the couple teamed up for the “Beat Cancer Like a Boss” campaign with the American Cancer Society.

“I was in utter disbelief when I received my stage III diagnosis, but what I quickly learned with the support of my husband and family, was that cancer was not something that I had to let consume my inner being,” Smith said.

The pair wanted to inspire and encourage those who are going through the same illness as Smith through a short video.


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