38 Comments Saturday, July 30th, 2005
Her initial Destiny forgotten, sultry songstress LeToya Luckett reenters the game like a boss.
KING is certain of two things. One: J.R.â€™s mysterious death on Dynasty was an inside job. Two: Beyonce Knowles was the knockout of Destinyâ€™s Childâ€™s original quartet. Still, she fought tooth-and-nail for the title, as the lovely LeToya Luckett was equally beautylicious. While most D.C. defectors (Double-L departed in 2000) has had trouble returning to the platinum-brick road, 24-year-old Luckett, who has a thing for boys who talk country slang, was committed to establishing her own identity after her separation from B and Kells. â€œBeing solo puts all the pressure on you,â€ she says with a wink that would buckle the most hardened queer eye. With a self-titled album on Noontime/Capitol Records featuring production heavyweights Just Blaze, Jazze Pha, Scott Storch and Mike City, this DC refugeeâ€™s pipes should be able to handle the stress.
Commenting on the her unfulfilled Destiny:
â€œItâ€™s a delicate situation â€˜cause of the settlement agreement that we have. Thereâ€™s only so much I can say. A lot of people donâ€™t know my story. Of course I would love to go into every interview and just spill my guts and tell the truth, but at the same time, itâ€™s a situation where it was five years ago, so why are we still talking about it?â€
Admitting a penchant for thug love:
â€œItâ€™s always good to keep a thug in your life. You know the one that got your back thatâ€™s gonna be there. Thatâ€™s always good.â€
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