Thursday, April 17, 2014
Latavia will be feature on TV One's hit show "R&B Divas In ATL"...
Latavia does a interview with Vibe Vixen .. Here is what she has to say:
What type of impact did the Destiny’s Child break up have on you both personally and professionally?
The first year after everything happened was hard. I wasn’t able to be around my sisters anymore. We were together from eight until almost nineteen years old and thats a long time to be with somebody. It seemed messy in public, but really it was all about management. It didn’t have anything to do with us. The divide for me had nothing to do with [Beyoncé and Kelly] it was solely about management issues. I will forever be thankful for the group because it was one of the best parts of my life. I got to see the world by the time I was eighteen and I got to spend it with my childhood best friend. I believe in God and destiny so I have to say being replaced was one of the best things to happen to me. That path lead me to being the woman I am today perfectly.
If you could go back, would you do anything differently as far as the way you dealt with that situation so publicly?
The only thing that I can say that I would have done differently is that I would have been more vocal with my sisters privately because it was just a strict deal with management, but I truly believe that God has a way of making things happen and I believe that it happened exactly the way that it was supposed to.
It seems like all of the women have moved on from that. What was that moment of reconciliation like for you with Beyoncé and Kelly?
I saw Beyoncé [in 2003] and we hugged and we told each other we love each other and I’ve spoken to Kelly. We’re all grown women. Two of us are mothers, Kelly is engaged. LeToya was at my baby shower. We were children when that happened. I have the utmost respect for all the girls and their careers...
If there was a movie done about the story of Destiny’s Child, who would you want to play you?
Oh my gosh. I just would want whoever it is to actually capture me. The raw me and who I truly am. As long as I am portrayed right, I wouldn’t mind who it is.
If the opportunity presented itself, would you be open to sharing the stage with Beyoncé, Kelly and LeToya again? For a reunion of sorts..
It has been in the brewing pot. I’ve been hearing people say things and I’ve been seeing people post pictures of us together but at this point, I believe anything is possible.
Waaay back in Septermber 2013....
"Real Housewives of Atlanta" cast member Brandon DeShazer -- Kenya Moore's assistant -- was seriously roughed up last night by Phaedra Parks' husband Apollo Nida ... all over beef stemming from some dumb workout video, a witness tells TMZ. Click Here if you missed the story!
Apollo shows he has a heart! Apollo finally squashes the beef with Brandon.....
Apollo tells Sister2sister Magazine,
Jamie: How did he receive it?
Apollo: He seemed cool. I really sincerely apologized to him.
Letoya Luckett rocks The Cover Of Rolling Out Magazine....
Here is portion of Letoya's interview:
LeToya Luckett has been a star for quite a while now. After rising to fame as an original member of the famed girl group Destiny’s Child in the late 1990s, then stepping out on her own as a solo singer in the mid-2000s, the beauty from Houston has spent almost half of her life in the international spotlight. As she embarks on even more new professional beginnings — she’s set to release her new film, From the Rough and is working hard on her upcoming third solo album, Until Then …, the 33-year-old star who spent much of her adolescence sharing a stage with the likes of Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland admits that it took a while for her to feel comfortable in her own skin. She had to learn to truly love herself.
“I had things about myself that I [didn’t] like,” say Luckett. “I [would always say] ‘I wish I had this, I wish I had that.’ I used to have this thing about my legs. If you look at all of the Destiny’s Child albums from when I was a part of the group, you never saw me in a skirt. I was always the one who wore the pants, because I felt like my legs were too skinny.”
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