2Pac photographed by Jeffery Newbury, 1992.
LL Cool J and Kidada Jones
LL Cool J and Kidada Jones dated from 1992 to 1994. In his book I Make My Own Rules, LL said he cared about
and respected her but he broke up with her because of her spirituality beliefs.
“She would go to an ashram, consult a guru, and pray to statues… Before my album 14 Shots to the Dome dropped, Kidada told me she threw some kind of stick into the eternal fire for my album. I was like ‘Yo why did you do that? I didn’t ask you to do that!’ That joint flopped crazily. ‘Oh, well, I’m sorry I cared!’ she said. I had hurt her feelings, but she had hurt me too. I know she meant well, but I just couldn’t get with that. She took me to her guru once and I remember kneeling before this strange young woman who was touching feathers.”
Ciara at the Soul Train Music Awards, February 23rd 2005 [x]
Left Eye and Andre Rison photographed by Chris Cuffaro, 2000.
Bobby Brown, Salt-N-Pepa and Ike Turner at the Rhythm & Blues Foundation
Pioneer Awards in 1995.
TLC photographed by Matthew Jordan Smith, 1994.
Nas, 2Pac, Redman, Biggie, Freedom Williams, and Chuck D at Club Amazon in New York City on July 23, 1993.
Photos by Al Pereira