Joh’Vonnie Jackson, youngest sibling of the famous Jackson Family, released a memoir earlier this year. The book Bastard Child, was only for sale for a few months when it suddenly disappeared from bookstores both brick and mortar and online. This caught fans by surprise because Joh’Vonnie had been doing lots of press to promote her new book. Her interview on the talk show The Talk was deleted from youtube.
After months of speculation, Jackson posted on her Instagram live and Facebook about the reason why her book is no longer being sold. According to Jackson, an attorney, stopped the book from being sold. Although she doesn’t name the attorney, Jackson does say that she is a disgruntled former attorney of her father and the reason she stopped the book was because she is “Jealous That She Is Not Joe Jackson’s Daughter”. The post states that the attorney filed some copyright concerns which ultimately halted the sale of the book.
We wish Joh’Vonnie much success and hope that she can get this issue resolved soon.
In 1999 The Star Magazine paid former prostitute Bobbie Ann Williams, and her son Danney Williams for their story and blood samples. The blood test resulted in Danney not being related to Bill Clinton. We all know that people with power and means can make things happen, especially in politics. With that being said, I’ll let these pics speak for themselves. Do you think he is really Bill Clinton’s son?
Best known for their 2012 indie hit “Boss Ass Bitch”, Kandi, K’Duce, and Alizé aka PTAF caught the attention Nikki Minaj (who remixed the song) and ultimately signed a deal with Capitol Records.
Today, the ladies are no longer signed to Capitol records however, they have released solo and collab projects. All of the ladies are proud parents. Last year Kandii got married, her husband is currently incarcerated but is expected to be released soon. Kandii and K’Duce recently released a new song called Flex. In 2017, Alizé released a track with Da Squad called “Ain’tHurtin“. It doesn’t look like PTAF will release any music as a group anytime soon, but we wish them the best with all their endeavors.
BET has a new series coming out this April called “Games People Play” which features Lauren London, Vanessa Bell Calloway, Vanessa Simmons, Simone Shepard, Tiny Harris and Torrei Hart. Ms. Hart plays the role of First Lady Mrs. Harthorne. The series is produced by Tracey Edmonds.