T-Boz Reveals Details About Upcoming TLC Book


Do you remember the highly controversial TLC biopic “CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story”? Well there is more to their story, Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins recently revealed that her and Chilli are working on a book, which she says is going to provide more depth than the group’s 2013 biopic.

“The movie was great, but it’s hard to cram three stories about three different girls in a 120 minute film,” T-Boz says. “So, expect a full-length book to come out in the near future. We’re going back on tour. I can’t give away too much but, we do have some clothing that just came out in Forever 21 and H&M. I’m just blessed to be here 20 years later, still touring and doing what I love. I’m having a ball.”

In the interview, which served as a tribute to TLC’s  group member Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes, Chilli and T-Boz also discussed Lisa’s determination to live a meaningful life prior to her passing.

“There will never be a person like her,” T-Boz says in an interview with Billboard as part of its “Ladies First” article profiling women who have impacted Hip Hop.“She did the things that she wanted to do, no matter how anybody felt,” Chilli expressed. “She just did Lisa. She was a fearless woman; I’m not that fearless. I wish she was still here. She would encourage anyone to follow their dreams. She was the type of person who wanted to help everyone.”

T-Boz goes on to say, “People may have thought she was lost, but she was actually in search of becoming a better person,” she continues. “I commend her for that. She made her mark in society, the world and the record business. You can’t take away someone’s success and she accomplished a lot while she was here on Earth.”

Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes’ carries on in the hearts of friends and family everywhere.  Throughout her lifetime, she lived outside the box and undoubtedly broke boundaries for herself, TLC, and ladies across the world. TLC will continue to honor her memory and further their legacy in the upcoming book.

Do you think you’d be interested in reading their book when it drops?