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Audrey Washington Feb 23
She broke down barriers. She shined. She fought the good fight. Rest In Peace, B. Smith.
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Bobby Rivers Feb 23
She was a true trailblazer, a groundbreaker, a beautiful woman inside and out. B was very kind to me many times and always took a few minutes to chat when I dropped into her restaurant. I loved her. B. Smith will be missed.
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Ava DuVernay Feb 23
The elegance. The grace. The style. May God rest and bless her soul. was one-of-a-kind. Thanks to for this fantastic video.
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brownboogie2 Feb 23
Barbara Elaine Smith (born August 24, 1949-February 23, 2020) professionally known as B. Smith, is an American restaurateur, model, author, businesswoman and television host. RIP 🙏🏽
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Tiffany D. Jackson Feb 23
I loved her food. Her restaurant was beyond amazing. Sleep well
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Rashad Robinson Feb 23
As a young organizer in DC, I loved saving up money to eat at ’s restaurant - to see ppl and leaders from all around the world. And to see the food from my hometown on Long Island featured in her cooking show and books.
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Sheryl Huggins Feb 23
Truly sad news: the world has lost (Barbara Elaine Smith) a beautiful, trailblazing entrepreneur, restaurateur, lifestyle expert and brave champion for awareness. Her husband announced the news this morning. May she Rest In Peace.
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B. Smith/Dan Gasby Feb 23
Heaven is shining even brighter now that it is graced with B.'s dazzling and unforgettable smile.
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Gabrielle Union Feb 23
She was such a wonderful woman. So supportive and so damn fly... she is, was, and forever will be an ICON.
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Rep. Barbara Lee Feb 23
B. Smith was a role model for millions of black women. She inspired so many to reach for the stars and fight for a cure for Alzheimer’s. It was a privilege to know her. My prayers are with her family and loved ones today. May she Rest In Power.
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SIEDAH GARRETT Feb 23
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Jemele Hill Feb 23
Very saddened to hear about the passing of . When I first started going to NYC, I made it a habit to go to her restaurant in the theatre district. She always was there and exhibited such grace, and class. Black women are rarely seen as delicate. She showed that we are.
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Unheard Voices Magazine Feb 23
, legendary fashion model, chef, restauranter, lifestyle icon, and magazine publisher has died. She was 70. Smith had a courageous battle with Alzheimer's diease and never gave up. May she rest in peace. 🙏🏿
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Donna Brazile Feb 23
was a woman of valor. Her style will long be remembered for showing that Black women have good taste. May her memory be a blessing for us all. Goodbye sweet heart. You made us all shine.
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Jovita Moore Feb 23
Sad to hear B.Smith has died. A NYC icon; smart, beautiful, emulated & revered. She gave us face & grace, showed us how to cook & entertain. She motivated us to be better. “Whatever you do, do it with style” she said. Thank you B.
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TV One Feb 23
Rest peacefully... 🙏🏾🙏🏾
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Jawn Murray Feb 23
Famed restaurateur and lifestyle guru B. Smith dies of Alzheimer's Disease at age 70. Truly a woman who made Black History during her life’s journey!
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Perez Feb 24
and her husband came at me for reporting on their tax problems. My response. & are so petty! Yesterday I called the "black ". I regret that! lashes out! + MORE! View in full HERE:
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Sophia A. Nelson Feb 23
So very sad to hear of the passing of our beloved I adored her. Always a gracious sweet soul. I pray she has found peace. ❤️
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SHAAANAAAN Feb 23
Well done madam. You were the first true fly, black, female epicurean that many of us knew. I will never forget you floating through your restaurant in Union Station and being in utter awe.
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