If Kandi Burruss ever needs a shining example of fiance Todd Tucker’s love for her, all she has to do is look at her left hand. The Real Housewives of Atlanta star, 36, accepted her beau’s proposal on New Year’s Day — and with it, a gorgeous two-carat white diamond sparkler by ring designer Gregg Ruth. PHOTOS: Stars’ stunning engagement rings The couple revealed the news of their engagement exclusively to Us Weekly on Jan. 15, and in the process also spilled some details on the story behind Burruss’ ring, which Tucker had shipped in from Las Vegas after his fiancee spotted it on a Housewives trip and called to tell him about it. He carried the bauble around with him for “three to four months” before popping the question.
The romantic proposal went down shortly after 1:30 a.m. on Jan. 1, during a New Year’s celebration at the couple’s home in Atlanta, the lovebirds tell Us. After talking it over with Burruss’ daughter, 10-year-old Riley — who gave Tucker her blessing — the 39-year-old producer got down on one knee and proposed to his love of more than a year in front of their family and friends, including Burruss’ fellow Atlanta Housewife Phaedra Parks. Read More…
So So Def artists and Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed announced the boutique label’s 20 year anniversary at a City Hall press conference in Atlanta today.
So So Def Recordings, home to platinum-selling acts such as Xscape, Bow Wow, Jagged Edge and Da Brat, will celebrate 20 years of hit-making music at an All-Star Anniversary Concert on February 23 at the Fox Theater, it was announced at a press conference today at City Hall. Latocha Scott (Xscape), left, Dondria, center, and Tameka Scott (Xscape) are pictured above at the event.
The former Xscape star is catching a second wind thanks to her new single “Bad Timing.”
By Alex Gale
Kandi Burruss found her way back to the spotlight as a star of Real Housewives of Atlanta. Tameka “Tiny” Cottie has stayed in paparazzi lenses as wife of rap star T.I., and then made waves on her own BET reality show, Tiny & Toya. But another member of famed ’90s R&B quartet Xscape is eyeing a return by doing what she does best: making music (What a novel idea!). Latocha, full name Latocha Scott, is back with a new single, a new look and a new determination. She recently sat down with BET.com as part of our ongoing “Allow Me to Reintroduce Myself” series.
You know Latocha. Along with Tiny, Kandi and her sister Tamika Scott, she was one fourth of Xscape, who had a string of hits in the ’90s, including “Understanding” and “Just Kickin’ It.” The group has been pretty quiet since 1998, when Kandi left to pursue a solo career. They did release a 2003 album, Unchained, sans Kandi, and Latocha guested on songs by Trick Daddy, J-Shin, Chanté Moore and Bow Wow. But she’s been on the low and on the lam for the most part since since the group that introduced her to the world faded from the headlines. “Music never left me, I just wasn’t as visible as everybody else,” she says. “I found out what life was like outside of the group — did some soul searching, took time to reflect, took time with my son, continued to write songs. I was still a busy lady.”
Come out and Join our very own Xscape Tamika Scott who will be performing live on 6/16712 @ 7pm In Macon Ga. The tickets to this event is $10 and $25 for VIP. Come out and bring yourself, your camera and some love.
We seen many interviews when asked each Xscape member on why the group broke up and everyone gave a reason why and the last one to be asked this question was LaTocha Scott. In this video LaTocha did not say anything negative actually remained quiet. But i do like how her manager stated things that everyone wanted to know. I always been #Team Xscape and even in the comments area in the video i was said to only support only the three original members because i tweet back and forth to them and about them. truth be told that i rather speak on the phone rather tweet to speak to any of the ladies that are following me. I support Kandi (except of the sex toys, because young teens visit this page) however; the three original members are following me on twitter, and that also includes Keisha Babi who is be cracking me the hell up when she calls me. Even if Kandi is not following me that is fine i still support what she is doing musically. My relationship with some of the ladies of Xscape is on a personal level and Genuine. I don’t have nothing to gain, i don’t play 2 ends against the middle or try to get a up and new artist put on. Iv been supporting their work individually since 2000 and will continue to do so. Why? because because as a fan and personal friend i think that they were not given the props they deserve as a group especially when you have a group of very talented women.
I love these ladies to death and i can say when my grandmother died Tamika Scott was there for me, prayed for me and my family, continue to check in on me and sent me something that was very personal that i played at my grandmother funeral. Tiny and Tip sent their sympathy and let me know that if i needed anything that they were a phone call away. That man really has a way with words. Recently my mother just got diagnosed with colon cancer and Tamika Scott continues to be there for me.
I know we would love to see these ladies reunite and make it happen on stage again. Just give them time maybe one day it will happen. I think the group members need to sit down without any outsiders and talk and get some things off their chest.
This page is used purely for entertainment purposes only, I do not claim ownership of the pictures that i post up on this page. All the rights to these pictures are to their respective owners or companies. I am only personal friends with some of the original members of the group Xscape. And yes we all know the group disbanded. For now, but continue to show love to the ladies of Xscape. any questions i can be reached at email@example.com