Ludacris, Hip-Hop Balanced and Star Jones, Talk Show Host Inspiration.
Encourager for Women of all ages to become a DJ that play good beats and clean style music. Leader for Men of all ages to become Entrepreneurs and survivors of bias.
Many mature women are from the old school age of rap. And these women have the skill to be DJ’s if they just do it and work with their own kids showing them how to enjoy clean Hip-Hop instead of speaking to them about it. As for Star Jones Reynolds, she has touch down another job.
The previous co-host of ABC's 'The View' will play herself in the period finish of NBC's 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.' The development called "Screwed" -airing May 22 at 10 p.m. ET/PT -will be a follow-up to last season's applauded episode starring Hip-Hop leader Chris "Ludacris" Bridges. The 'Crash' star repeats his part as Darius Parker, the step-son of Detective Odafin "Fin" Tutuola (played by Ice-T) and son of Teresa Randall (played by guest star Lisa Gay Hamilton), who is on trial -one year afterward -for the hard murder of a woman and her baby. Darius is wants to revenge on his family and is before you can say `Jack Robinson’ represented by defense attorney, who is a former Police Officer, who has an amazing record for getting his clients cleared.
Jones Reynolds, a real-life prosecutor and lawyer of old, was on 'The View' in 1997. Star Jones 'Law & Order' appearance attributes her acting beginning.