Stacy lattisaw and johnny gill dating
In fact, he suggests that his dark complexion may have caused their split.
You probably didn’t notice it in the midst of all the greatness that was the three-part New Edition biopic last week, but the audience received some unexpected tea on the past relationship of member Johnny Gill and singer Stacy Lattisaw.
” (1989)By the time Gill was brought back in part two of the biopic to be a part of the group and record “Boys to Men,” he told Ralph Tresvant (played by Algee Smith) that their relationship, going since they were teenagers, was no more. As is the case with all biopics that feature portrayals of individuals who didn’t get a say in the story line (remember the TLC drama? ”Even Stacy had to speak up when asked about the role colorism played in the demise of their relationship.
), Lattisaw and her family weren’t too happy with how they were portrayed. According to her, it was “more to it then [sic] that.” It sounds like she’s interested in getting her own story out there soon: As for Gill, he’s looking forward to future opportunities with NE instead of talking about the past.
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the Jasmine exclusively reports that some members of Stacy Lattisaw’s family are livid at how they feel the singer was portrayed.
Lattisaw and Gill dated in the 1980s, and the two of them had a #1 hit on the charts with “Where Do We Go from Here”, in 1989.
However, the made-for-TV movie‘s depiction of the circumstances of their breakup has her family up in arms, as Gill suggests that the breakup happened because of his dark complexion.