Watch: TLC’s T-Boz Visits ‘The Breakfast Club’ / Talks Autobiography, Sickle-Cell, Pebbles, Aretha Franklin Beef & More

Published: Wednesday 20th Sep 2017 by Sam

TLC star T-Boz is hot on the promotional trail for her autobiography ‘A Sick Life.’

A play on words, the book spotlights her journey as a member of one of the biggest music acts of all-time and her battle with Sickle-Cell.

The press run brought her to The Breakfast Club on Power 105.1 and she opened up like never before.

An engaging watch, the ‘Way Back’ singer waxed honest about her life lessons and challenges, her little known spat with Aretha Franklin, and a whole lot more.

Entertaining, informative, and riveting. Watch after the jump…

Such an amazing interview.

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  1. Ariel September 20, 2017


  2. Yolanda Brown September 20, 2017

    I think it awesome that t-boz got a book and that her and chilli coming out with a new album

    • ? + ✈ = ? September 20, 2017

      The album came and went. Tionne has promoted this book more than the TLC album

  3. Tripped September 20, 2017

    Well documented proof that Aretha Franklin is a rude hater. Too many people have stories about her being terrible for no reason.
    I’ll forever love Tboz she’s always been cool.

  4. China September 20, 2017

    Shame, left eyes death cause this group to falter. They were Incredible.

    • Your Name September 20, 2017

      Lets be real here, they were on their way out prior to her passing. Her untimely death just sealed the deal.

      • Sam September 21, 2017

        Why you think that? They were only two years out from the fanmail album. I know Lisa was rockin with Death Row tough but they were still poppin before she died. Radio was still lookin for em

  5. Fancy BISH September 21, 2017

    “Was she BIG Aretha at the time?” -Charlamagne
    “YEAHH, she was big Aretha.” -T-Boz
    DEATH! lol

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