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Although she's previously hinted at some cheating going on, Chilli now seems to be trying to clear the air about what really went down in their relationship.She recently revealed the shocking truth about the album, saying: , that was about Jermaine Dupri’s situation. But people kind of bought into it, it was just the timing of our breakup when the album came out. But that's not all she's throwing at us because Chilli also revealed that those feelings she once had for her man are still there!Even if you want it to be, it just doesn’t work out that way.But I’ll always love him, forever, because he was my first adult love, a real love." Does all this love going around smell like a possible romance reunion??
Nick Cannon and Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas from TLC are a thing, according to Page Six.
When our favorite albums hit milestone anniversaries, the hyperbole comes out when describing the art, as well as the impact the project had on its genre. The second single from the album, “Burn,” a somber guitar-backed meditation on ending a bad relationship, replaced “Yeah!
The words “classic,” “watershed,” and “most influential” are tossed around without care or clear aim. To say Usher’s was the most important album of the aughts is neither hyperbole nor unfounded fanboy-ism. Numbers don’t lie: The album sold over 20 million records worldwide. ” at the top of the charts and remained there for another eight consecutive weeks.
But at the time, with Usher in a very public relationship with Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas of TLC fame, the album became pop culture catnip.
Questions arose: Was Usher planning on breaking up with Chilli? Songs like “Burn” and “Confessions Part II,” both written and produced by Jermaine Durpri and Bryan-Michael Cox, fanned the flames.
The success of the album can be attributed to a great number of factors: The first single, the Lil Jon–produced “Yeah! 1 song in the country for twelve consecutive weeks and sold over 4 million copies in the United States.