LeToya Luckett touched up her pout before striking a pose alongside Roc Nation artist Bridget Kelly at the Hennessy Very Special Brunch on Saturday (June 7) in New Orleans. The kitten nose is snatched and you will deal.
The former Destiny’s Child singer / wig crypt employee will showcase her acting chops opposite actor Christina Keyes in a romantic comedy called ‘Note To Self.’ The independent film, written by Keyes and directed by Trey Haley, is described as ‘Love and Basketball’ meets ‘Good Will Hunting.’
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The film slated to be released later this year also stars Richard T. Jones, Jason Weaver (get to the money, that probation isn’t going to pay itself off), Eva Marcille, Valerie Pettiford and the Samuel L. Jackson of the bootleg scene — Clifton Powell.
Check out her chat with Armani Worrell at the American Black Film Festival about the upcoming film below.
Kelly Rowland and LeToya Luckett arrive at E! Entertainment’s 20th Birthday Celebration
That Kelly and Beyonce red carpet “I’m your girl, you’re my girl, we yo’ girl” photo op that you all have been waiting around for really isn’t about to go down now.
Time is suppose to heal all wounds but I’m not sure how open the Killer Knowles Klan’s paternal figure would be with the idea of their precious lamb fraternizing with the enemy on that level. Then again, there have been recent rumblings of a possible Destiny’s Child reunion but knowing how Papa Joe 2.0 he probably posted the rumor on a BlackVoices message board his damn self.
You know he got monthly child support and alimony payments to make.
Although LeToya Luckett has come a long way from peddling cds and mason jars of marmalade out of the trunk of Slim Thug’s El Camino on the northside of Houston she also sadly proved that it is possible to host an awards show without the general public knowing who the fuck you are.
And that’s dreadful. Simply dreadful. Simply deep dreadful. But anybody capable of escaping the clutches of the Killer Knowles Klan deserves some type of shade-free recognition. Unfortunately I can’t be the source for that since her record company didn’t break any bread with me. Politics as usual.