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Britt L reported this week about the appearance of Pebbles on the Wendy Williams Show in order to clear her “good name.” Britt’s description of the appearance is below, but before you read what the esteemed journalist has to say about the matter, here are a few questions we have for Ms. Peri “Pebbles” Reid:
1) Aren’t you supposed to be a pastor? Doesn’t the bible say something about women of God running around gossiping on other women? You’re talking about who slept with your husband and who did this and that, and it just seems like you’re being a little petty and immature.
2) Are you bitter? Is there a frustration that comes from seeing the girls getting the power that you thought you’d always had? You seem pretty upset and are suing people left and right, but we doubt that VH1 would let the girls tell their story if they didn’t have some proof that it was true.
3) The proof is in the contracts, so why don’t you show them to the public? Can you show a contract that proves that you didn’t rip these girls off? Show exact numbers – show documentation of how much the girls got and how much you received. That will clear everything up right now. If you can’t provide documentation then you’re pretty much full of hot air.
Here is what Britt L wrote about Pebbles’ appearance on Wendy Williams. It sounds like she doesn’t believe her either.
More fuel has been added to the Pastor Pebbles Vs. TLC battle earlier this week after Pebbles sat down and spilled more tea on the Wendy Williams show, aired Wednesday.
There’s a lot of tough talk going around, damaging the reputation of Perri “Pebbles” Reid, the former wife of music mogul, L.A. Reid. The former singer turned pastor now 47, claims that she was wrongfully portrayed in T-Boz’s and Chili’s biopic “Crazy, Sexy, Cool: The TLC Story,” which was released on VH1 in October.
After T-Boz and Chilli caught wind of the madness Pebbles was preaching, the girls took to Twitter, addressing their former managers claims in the most sarcastic way.
“Ya’ll need 2 watch what church yall walk n2 cuz ill tell ya sum of these so-called MINISTERS might get struck down by lightning at any moment,” wrote Chilli and T-Boz.
Before Wendy got Pebbles on the show, the pastor assured the world that 20 years ago, when TLC was still at the top of their music career, Chilli had an affair with her then-husband, L.A. Reid. ;
However, L.A. Reid, T-Boz and Chilli released a statement totally denying Pebbles allegations.
“No member of TLC ever slept with or had sexual contact with LA Reid as Perri falsely accused Chilli of on “The Wendy Williams Show.” In fact, Perri had falsely allege the same thing happened with Tionne (T-Boz),” continued the statement.
The duo also denied Pebble’s assertions that T-Boz and Chilli wanted their late band member, Left Eye to leave the group.
“I would like to confirm that Perri Reid was the only person who ever suggested that Chilli leave TLC. Neither Lisa nor I ever wanted or suggested that,” they tweeted.
After the airing of T-Boz & Chilli’s biopic, Pebbles has been out to clear her name of the sneaky and backstabbing manager she was depicted as in the movie.
For years, the pastor has been blasted by fans and TLC band members alike for cheating the mega girl group out of millions of dollars, which caused them to ultimately file bankruptcy and were left flat broke.
Pebbles is now suing VH1, T-Boz and Chilli for the biopic and is continuing on the quest to clear her tainted name.
To watch Pebble’s interview with Wendy, Click Here.