Find out what happen to Former Bad Boys Records artist Cheri Dennis on #FindingBET
Cheri Dennis broke out in the early 2000s’ R&B scene with the Ryan Leslie-produced “I Love You.”
Years later, and while sharing her story with Finding, the In and Out of Love singer refuses to bash or “sh**” on Diddy, however. After affording her the opportunity she had to bring her natural talents to Hollywood’s centerstage, it was no reason to after all. As a new mom and refreshed vocal talent, she’s now pivoted her gift in a more independent direction. Cheri’s journey taught her several valuable lessons, but none more important than the risks of sacrificing selfhood for celebrityhood. While the experience might have taken a few things from her, like time with family, which she tearfully and regrettably remembers, it never separated her heart from the music.
In the interview, Nas tells Wendy that he could’ve put out the R. Kelly underage video when he says everyone was making fun of it, and he went on to speak about Jay-Z working with Kelly on their TheBest of Both Worlds album. Nas also said, “You can’t tell me that Jay didn’t see a 14-year-old girl come in the studio and sit on R. Kelly’s lap.” Nas ended the video by saying that he was on tour with R. Kelly for a short period and saw “a problem” with him.
What happens to a 17-year-old rapper who makes a monster hit like 2004’s “Tipsy?” From sleeping in a car at 12, to mooning L.A. Reid, to child support conspiracies, to random shoutouts from Kanye West, J-Kwon’s life has been a wild ride. #FindingBET#JKwon