In the trailer for the show, we see Monifah kissing her butch lover.
“I hate the term,” she says, “because I’ve never been anything but who I am, and I’ve lived my authentic life.” Monifah, 41, is one of 5 R&B singers featured in a new reality TV series titled “R&B Divas,” premiering Aug. The series also stars Faith Evans, Nicci Gilbert, Kiki Wyatt, and Sylena Johnson.
The series centers around the women’s lives as they work together on a R&B compilation album.
Word is that the police were called to their home numerous times to break up fights.
If the rumors are true, it’s easy to understand why Monifah’s daughter isn’t down with her lesbian lifestyle.
Wyatt's next legal step is the arraignment a formal presentation of the charges to the defendant, who may then offer a plea which is scheduled for May 9. Her spokesperson at MCA Records did not respond to calls by press time.
Though Monifah once dated ex-lover Queen Latifah for many years, she still can’t bring herself to admit she’s out of the closet.
"That's how the label began, with Ella Fitzgerald and Dinah Washington and Billie Holiday.
And Avant fits into that tradition of just being a terrific singer." Avant's manager, Jerry "Big Jay" Woodard, says the label's recent success in the urban AC realm was instrumental in his and his client's decision to sign with Verve.
"They get so addicted to kind of just wanting to cause hurt and pain on someone and it's just one of the most difficult things to know how to confront. "It's like trying to attack a reflection in the water or something.
R&B singer Keke Wyatt is facing up to 20 years in jail for allegedly stabbing her husband on Christmas Day.
Monifah seems to be attracted to aggressive lesbians who might abuse her.