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Sanaa Lathan Talks About Not Having Kids Yet And Her Friendship With Regina Hall

When The Bough Breaks hits theaters this weekend and BOSSIP spoke to the film’s star Regina Hall, as well as her best friend Sanaa Lathan at the Screen Gems red carpet premiere in Los Angeles sponsored by Motions. We talked to Sanaa about love, relationships and her friendship with Regina check out our favorite quotes from the interview below:

BOSSIP: What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever done for love?

Sanaa Lathan: Hold on a little too long… That ain’t happening no more!

BOSSIP: Are you currently single?

Sanaa: I am single.

BOSSIP: Society puts pressures on us as women to have kids, and you don’t have kids yet. Do you feel it?

Sanaa: Of course, of course I feel it. I feel it all the time, from family, from the world because I’m a public person but I believe in a higher power and I believe that when it’s right it’s right and I also believe that it’s not necessarily everybody’s destiny. It doesn’t make you less. Sometimes you have a different purpose, so who knows what the future holds for me, I’m just trying to keep it positive, always.

BOSSIP: Talk to us about your friendship with Regina Hall.

Sanaa: She’s a pro. She’s an amazing comedienne, she’s an amazing dramatic actress and we just celebrate each other. That’s the true test of a female friendship. It’s not easy to be females and be friends and be actresses in the same genre and the same world. Luckily we haven’t been [up for the same role] but it doesn’t matter because we know there is a higher thing happening. I believe that, I know she believes that. I just want to be here to celebrate her. And Morris.

We LOVE this woman. She deserves a really good dude so we don’t blame her for staying single and not hanging on to the wrong one. Just like Regina she has a great attitude about the kids thing too.

What do you think about what Sanaa had to say?

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