She claimed she only heard him out about the abortion scene due out of concern for her son.
Is Nick Cannon finally moving on from Mi Mi (for like the fourth or fifth time)??
Intel caught an advance peek of the finale (also featuring TLC member and Thomas’ longtime gal pal Tionne “T-Boz”Watkins and relationship expert Tionna Smalls) and Georgia’s Barnsley Gardens scores some major exposure in the episode.
Thomas has narrowed the dating pool down to two guys, charmer Bill and Daron, who shares the pop star’s interest in all things organic (he even makes a trip to Sevananda in Little Five Points to buy groceries for a romantic dinner).
But Bill may have a leg up and over the competition when he surprises Chilli with a romantic horseback riding getaway to Barnsley Gardens, 60 miles north of Atlanta.
Shot at the picturesque resort last fall, the couple is seen sharing a romantic dinner al fresco where Bill presents Chilli with a gift of a red dress.
In the docs they state that based on their knowledge, the portrayal of Pebbles was accurate and they did not act with malice when making the film.
Pebbles explained in docs that the film showed her “as a conniving and dishonest business woman who hoodwinked three innocent girls and exploited their talent for her own personal gain.” Further, she said that contrary to what the film showed, she never controlled the band’s lawyers and always paid the girls what they were due Viacom fired back at the allegations they defamed Pebbles.TLC’s Chili has admitted under oath that her ex-boyfriend Dallas Austin demanded details of him paying 0 for her to get an abortion be removed from the VH1 movie about the band.And Chili said that the network conceded to him by removing all mentions of the payment in the final cut."I had to eat those words because not only did she pull it off. "It wasn't that specific track that I turned down," he explained."But I remember working with Pharrell and I was trying to find a way to do something that kind of had an EDM feel but was a bit more soulful, so he started playing me tracks that were kind of in the vein of what 'Blurred Lines' became and I initially said it sounded a little too retro.