RELATED: Missy Elliott To Be Honored By Billboard With 'Innovator' Award She says her problems led to depression.
She puffed three packs a day, drank heavily and isolated herself from friends and colleagues.
“I guess it’s dealing with the women that send messages that said God said that they are your girlfriend.
Then dealing with church people who say that I’m not Godly enough to be with him, but I have a relationship with God, so I’m good.” While we’re all for black love, we just hope Tweet knows what she’s getting herself into.
Tweet first revealed she was dating the pastor on an episode of Centric's "Being." Now, they're ready to put their love on front street.
Yep, these two have been getting closer than close for at least the last year or so.
Tweet blossomed in the early aughts under Missy Elliott’s tutelage, releasing two solid soul albums and at least one undisputed hit, the titillating “Oops (Oh My).” But after some things in her personal life and career went sour (a two-timing boyfriend, record label drama), she gave up.
RELATED: #TBT: 'Oops, Oh My' Plus Tweet's Other Hits #TBT: 'Oops, Oh My' Plus Some of Tweet's Other Hits “I didn’t want to sing anymore,” the ageless beauty recalls.
As for how they met, Jamal says he bumped into her while walking through Times Squares on his way to an Oprah Winfrey movie premiere last year.
Pastor Bryant made the announcement that Tweet is the new lady in his life and that he plans on making her his “last lady” on a new episode of “The Preachers” that airs today.
Fans’ doubts about Elliot having offspring are understandable considering that in the past she spoke openly about her fear of childbirth “I most definitely want kids, but I’ll probably adopt,” said Elliot in a 2008 interview.
Intro : (Missy Elliott)I've been around the world (mmmmm)And I still can't find my baby See I searched high and low And I still...still can't find my baby Verse 1 : Aaliyah(Ashame) It's ashame (shame, shame)That I've searched the sky, high and low Still can't find my baby..
Elliott began working with producer Timbaland, and worked on collaborations with a large number of other artists before signing to a solo deal with Elektra Records in 1996.