There's a couple of men that, to this day are alive only because my brother is dead, because I would have definitely taken the altercation to a whole 'nother level. I listened to the good voices, not the evil voices.' LAMMAN ON HIS STANDARDS FOR WOMEN: 'My standards for a woman are very high.
And it would have been a tragic end for at least one of us, most likely them, had I not had the self-control to say, "You know what? Let me back up off of this" [because] his had no idea how close he got to be being ripped from this planet. That means if you step this way, you better come correct because if you can't have an intelligent conversation, if you don't have any self-esteem, I'm going to come off like I'm a wolf or I'm arrogant and you ain't going to be able to keep up.
So imagine my surprise when I flipped opened a Sister 2 Sister magazine (September issue) and finally read a Lamman Rucker interview where he shared some of the most intimate details about his life. After reading his interview, I swear I found a new respect for this man. I was in school at the time, just hunting the streets, and I almost found myself in the life that he was in.
He later had parts in a numeral of little pictures and TV appears.
She worked in multiple jobs including construction sites and ice cream parlors before she finally got into music industry.
Born and raised in the US, she is an American by nationality and belongs to black ethnicity.
She was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of America as the only child born in a middle class family.
She was born to mother Joyce Scott, who raised her along with her own mother as her father was dead before her birth.
As a child, she said that she was “very loved and had a happy childhood.” She attended the Philadelphia High School for Girls and upon graduation went to study at the Temple University.