Pebbles daughter Ashley went nuts on her brother’s Ustream channel last night (which has been mysteriously removed) responding to Chilli and the whole drama concerning TLC’s biopic ‘CrazySexyCool’. Ashley proceeded to turn up the heat , as she defended her mother from the allegations that she robbed TLC (see here), and how she REALLY feels about when she see Chilli in the streets.
Ashley proceeded to rant on about several different issues, starting with how Chilli supposedly had an affair with her father, LA. Reid, head of LaFace Records at the time:
“I’m not gonna talk about Chilli sucking my father’s d-ck or most of the d**ks in the industry in the 90′s…I won’t talk about that. The fact that she sucked mostly everybody’s d**k in the 90’s, that has nothing to do with the fact that she is a lying person.”
Ashley threatened Chilli via Twitter last week.
“ …and I just want to clear up what I meant when I said on Twitter, ‘Chilli I can’t wait to see you honey,’ what I meant by that was I can’t wait to see you to beat your f**king face into the concrete.”
Why TLC really filed for bankruptcy:
This started off with a lie. TLC filed for bankruptcy. It didn’t mean they were broke, it meant they had too many debts they had to pay. Bankruptcy doesn’t mean that you’re broke, it means that you want to get out of paying debts. That was true. Did they handle their money properly? No. Did they get signed after being invested so much in with like some blue chip f–king Mariah Carey deal before their first album came out? No. Those certain things were true, but were they treated like they were slaves that my family pulled from Africa and put on a f–king plantation at LaFace Records? No.
The money Pebbles spent in TLC:
Mom woke one day and decided she wanted to make the biggest girl group in the world and went and plucked them and their dusty a–es off the corner of the street and then spent almost a million dollars developing them in the basement of our home, paying for doctors’ bills, for food, for styling, for apartments, for transportation, for studio time and etc. For them to then get a production deal with LaFace Records, where the actual money was coming from. That is actually how this s–t works people.
At the end of day, its not even necessarily to give me a credit type of thing, its don’t be lying stank a– b—ches. Seriously.[…]An audience watching is going to see a chitlin’ circuit made-for-TV movie and be like, ‘Oh my God, this is like reading the bible of the TLC story.’
How TLC’s deal with LaFace really worked out:
[They were signed] as a production deal, mind you. People who don’t know industry stuff, just listen. You might know what VH1 shows you but you don’t know how this industry works.
TLC also didn’t write their own music so in terms of publishing, they also didn’t get that money. Writers, producers, my mother…what you guys have to understand…Lisa wrote [some]. Lisa’s family is not happy with this film at all. At the end of the day, Lisa was the creative person in that trio. She really had that vibrancy and life. She put the energy in TLC.
Ashley on how TLC lied in the movie
They [Chilli and T-Boz] know what they lied about.[…]They understand what they had to do in order to make money and fuel publicity to make more money. They used mostly our family, mostly mom as a pawn for publicity to drive the whole entire film and she was actually in the majority of it as the devil, as the super villain. Common sense will tell you if you continue the whole entire time to point a finger at everybody else and never take responsibility for anything, it usually means that you need to sit your f–king a– down somewhere and take some accountability for something.
Pebbles told Ashley to stop making threats on Twitter:
Mind you guys, I’m gonna say this. I saw the trailer for the film and saw that they had a $20 wig on my mother’s character while my mother had and still has the best hair in the business, the best real hair in the business. That already infuriated me to a point to where I didn’t want to watch it.
Mom, just wants me to stop threatening people. Mom is concerned with my emotions. She’s a mother at the end of the day. So she’s just like, ‘You know what, I might feel this way and that way about it, but I don’t want you flying off the handle. I don’t want aggression coming towards you and I also don’t want you to go jail.’ But she’s like, ‘I love you and appreciate you for defending your mom.’ I’m like, ‘I didn’t hear the first part.’