I’m baaaaaaaacccckkkk. Eww chile, if only y’all knew how glad I am to have my life back. These last 30 days have been the craziest, busiest, most joy filed days of my 30 year old life. This past Sunday marked the conclusion of a 5 show run of A Mother’s Love. A Mother’s Love is a stage play that was produced by Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker. For those of you who don’t live in Atlanta or did not get to see it, do not fret. The play will be released to DVD in coming months. I had the honor of starring in the play as a crazy bartender by the name Bella. My co-stars included Shirley Murdock, Eddie Levert, Kandi Burrus. D Woods, Q Parker, and Chandra Currelley. When I tell you night after night we shut Atlanta down! Chileee, they could not take us. Y’all just wait and see when this DVD comes out. Plans are in the making to take the stage play on the road Tyler Perry style. Speaking of Tyler, Mr. Perry slid through the back stage corridors opening night. During a scene change I ran past him and he belted out “My Hair Is Layed”. That definitely marked A high point in this whole journey. Other high points included the few times I could Shirley Murdock or Eddie Levert alone to sing alongside them. Get into Shirley Murdock and myself singing one of my all time favorite Shirley Murdock songs I Still Love You. Continue reading →
By now, everyone knows that Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker are producing a stage play called A Mother’s Love. The play is set to run in Atlanta November 22-24 at the Rialto theater. The play features Kandi Buruss, Shirley Murdock, Eddie Levert and a slew of other big names. Anyway, while taking a break from our table read, I was blogging and minding my business when I caught wind of an argument that was taking place to the left of me. Apparently you can’t tell fables and fairy tales about your Atlanta roots when there are other native Atlantans in the vicinity to fact check you.
We have been having such a good time as a cast at rehearsal. I will try my hardest to capture the best behind the scenes moments of A Mother’s Love. See what happens when Kandi tried to trip Q. Parker up… Continue reading →
Singing: “i’m not trying to interefere of cause you any stress, but I know what I like and I like what I love and I know that things have changed….” Heeeeeyyyy that’s a line form one of my favorite Shirley Murdock songs I Still Love You. Chile, between the government shut down and Kandi Buruss, there are not going to be any jobs left for anyone in the US. Expanding her ever-growing empire, Kandi has decided to try her hand at stage plays. I was aware that Kandi & Todd were working on a stage play, but I wasn’t aware that they were actually doing it up for real for real. I honestly thought the play was going to be a lil something something that they put on at the church or something, but from the looks of the leading cast, they are doing it big bish!
The play is set to star Kandi, Eddie Levert, Shirley Murdock, D. Woods, Q. Parker, Chandra Currelley, and FUNKY DINEVA ROSS! That’s right, The Doll is also in the play. No tea no shade, I don’t know how the hell D. Woods made the flyer and I didn’t! My part was must real small hunty.. uhmm hmmmm I’ll take that up with Kandi and Todd later. Anyway, the play is November 22-24 here in Atlanta and you can purchase tickets at Kandi Online.
Musical Homage To Shirley Murdock – I Still Love You
Last night Comedian Luenell stopped by Kandi Burruss’s widely popular internet show Kandi Koated Nights. Right along with her was The Doll. Last night’s topic was Sex on Demand. the gist of the conversation was if one person wants sex right then and their, and the other person does not, are we to assume the the person who does not want sex is out in the streets doing something foul or do we simply right it off to them not being in the mood. In the traditional Kandi Koated Nights fashion, the conversation was loose, candid, and real. When Luenell took the stage the conversation got real, realer, and raw! Catch these T’s. Check out the pics from the night as well as catch the full episode if you missed it. Continue reading →
Chile, y’all know things got so crazy last week on Kandi Koated Nights, that I had to have a sit down with Miss Kandi and discuss a few things. For those who are not in the loop, Mary Jane was the special guest on the show, but Bambi showed up in the audience. Once Mary Jane spotted Bambi walk through the door, all hell broke lose.
Kandi had some interesting opinions on the whole situation and so did The Doll. Check it out.
See, some of y’all can’t have nice things. All ways tearing sh!t up as grandma would say. Not sure what the hell Kandi was doing, probably thinking of a song or something, but mama got into a car accident that resulted in a medal pole going being lodged into her Benz. Luckily our girl was not hurt. Catch these T’s Continue reading →