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Wednesday, January 2, 2013
Did TLC'S NEW REALITY SHOW SISTERHOOD STAR, IVY COUCH, LIE ABOUT BEING A MEMBER OF R&B GROUP XSCAPE?
Questions are being raised whether or not Sisterhood reality star, Ivy Couch, is lying about being a member of singing group, Xscape. This is what the wikipedia page says:
LaTocha and Tamika Scott's father, Rev. Randolf Scott, was part of the R&B group Scott Three during the early '70s. The sisters were trained to sing by their father at an early age. They sang in church and competed in talent shows around the area while growing up. In the early '90s, they met Xscape's other three members, Kandi Burruss, Tamera Coggins, and Tameka "Tiny" Cottle-Harris at the magnet performing arts high school, Tri-Cities, in East Point, Georgia, a city outside of Atlanta. Cottle's father, Charles Pope, and her uncle, Joseph Pope (1933–1996), were members of the R&B group, The Tams.
There is no mention here of Ivy Couch. She claims: she joined the group around 2000 after Burruss had left but the group had lost its Jermaine Dupri label deal. She said she was already friends with Tamar Braxton and Tiny and lived with Tiny for a year. In the end, she spent about a year with them, but they didn’t do much. She recalls one concert and participated in Dupri’s “Welcome to Atlanta” video but otherwise, it wasn’t all that fruitful and she left. She said she has one single Rolling Out article with a photo of her with the group and Ryan Cameron from 2001 as evidence of her brief time there.
Maybe the news will come out later and Kandy will mention her on RHOA.
By Mr. Smith at 1/02/2013 12:25:00 AM