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LL COOL J & Ladies Still Love Cool James
Meeting LL Cool J, the Kennedy Center Honoree Rapper 30 Years Ago Still Inspires 50 Year Old Dallas Metroplex Wife of 23 years & Mother of three
By: Wright Enterprises, www.wrightnow.biz
LL Cool J's "The F.O.R.C.E. Tour 50 Years of Hip Hop" Creating and Bringing Back Memories for Millions
One Baylor University Alumna, now a Human Resources Expert, Who Met Him 30 years ago, is Among Them.
Fort Worth, TX---The Dickies Arena last night hosted the flavor of Hip Hop that for 50 years has generated memories and motivation, as Grammy Award-winning legend LL Cool J took the mic and tantalized the teen spirits of so many with "The F.O.R.C.E. Tour 50 Years of Hip Hop."
The family "Groupme" Chat prepared the family of Tiffanie Chiles Mitchell for what was coming. Posting a photo of a rare moment with her now insurance company executive aunt, Phyllis Cameron, who she practically grew up with, as they flanked LL and a music conference attendee, indicated what they all knew, the relatively conservative Human Resources devotee specializing in managing teams recruiting tech experts was about to "throw down."
The "back in the day" photo taken at a Bay Area Music Conference in Oakland by her mother, Jackie Wright, (publicist for the Oakland International Film Festival and San Francisco Black Film Festival) and last night's fun photos included Tiffanie's husband of 23 years, a Texas A & M graduate, Carlos Mitchell, who is a pharmaceutical sales professional dedicated to helping save cancer patients' lives. The parents of a college sophomore daughter and two sons, a high school senior and a high school freshman, took the time to reminisce, reflect, and rebound with the music that defined their lives as teens, although she grew up in Columbus, Georgia and he in Waxahachie, Texas.
"I had a blast and it was worth every moment of hearing the sounds that inspired me as a teenager, even though I had to scramble to get to work today," said Tiffanie Chiles Mitchell. "Having had a chance to meet LL in 1992 when my mom dragged me and her sister to something we didn't want to go to, has made watching his career over the years even more special.
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