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They can’t see the real us until we decide to show something like that.
But even when you’re not the Chilli onstage or the T-Boz on stage, just us how we are outside of that.
comedian Wayne Brady began dating his longtime friend, TLC singer Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas, about two weeks ago, Us said Monday.
Rozonda Ocielian Thomas (born February 27, 1971), known professionally as Chilli, is an American singer-songwriter, dancer, actress, television personality and model who rose to fame in the early 1990s as a member of group TLC, one of the best-selling girl groups of the 20th century. In 1991, she joined TLC, replacing founding member Crystal Jones, and was nicknamed "Chilli" by Lisa Lopes so that the group could retain the name TLC.Sickness, death and controversy has dogged the crew along the way, but according to Chilli aka Rozonda Thomas, it’s all been a part of the process. I just thought it was a beautiful marriage for artists and fans to get together in such an intimate way. I don’t think you can never come back from something like that. She’s just so strong and is always been so positive. I still have my sister right beside me so we can carry this TLC thing to the end. Click to buy the track or album via i Tunes: Tunes? It does help to shape and mold toward other things in your life.Early this month we had a very intimate conversation with Rozonda about the new Netflix docu-series Once in a Lifetime Sessions. The Shadow League: What was your first impression when this project first came to your attention considering how much you’ve been through over the years? The way they shot the docu-series, I thought it was brilliant, and we were really happy to be a part of that. So we’re always fresh and new, and we always want to be a part of something that’s fresh and never, ever want to jump on the bandwagon. Click to buy the track or album via i Tunes: Mli Tunes? Moments like that because you can’t take life for granted and we all kinda get into a place where we do because, you know, we are waking up every day, when we wake up we forget to thank God for allowing us to wake up, so we just take those little things for granted. You can’t do that with everything but some things are worth fighting for and sticking it out and this group is definitely one of those things for me in my life.TSL: Every generation there seems to be a paradigm in which the older generation criticizes the music of the younger generation. What comes to mind when you observes these types of situations? So when something is taken away from you it’s a huge and ugly reality check. TSL: Tell me what it was like working in a male-dominated industry and how did you overcome?Chilli: I don’t think they had a problem with what we were saying, they just thought we were too young to say it. I like to stay in constant reminder of how tomorrow is not promised to any of us. Chilli: Just keeping fighting for what you believe in and fight what society thinks you should be when it comes from a male point of view.
It’s not anything so deep yet, but you’re so caught up in that.