” They all got a Blondie on stand-by “… Mary J Blige FINALLY Exposed Diddy: Jaguar Wright tried to tell us about the wickedness of the industry, but she was written off as being a bitter, crazy liar | HO

“They all got a Blondie on stand-by “… Mary J Blige FINALLY Exposed Diddy: Jaguar Wright tried to tell us about the wickedness of the industry, but she was written off as being a bitter, crazy liar

Mary J. Blige and Sean "Diddy" Combs

Mary opens up about her life and career, recalling her dark early days when writing music was her only escape. She, like Usher, reflects on the challenging times during the Making the Band days with Diddy, emphasizing that being associated with him was detrimental. Usher previously mentioned that being with Diddy was the worst time of his life.

Mary J. Blige acknowledges the hardships she faced, including hard drugs, bad business deals, sex, sleeping around, and wild parties. These revelations seem to confirm the mysteries surrounding Mary J. Blige that people have been trying to piece together for years. After various documentaries and events in her life, it appears that Diddy was the source of much of the chaos.

In an interview, Danny Boy sheds light on the atmosphere surrounding Suge Knight, describing him as a powerful figure who attracted many. He mentions encounters with Mary J. Blige, Misa, and other women connected to Diddy and the music industry. Danny Boy hints at a group of women associated with Diddy who seemed willing to engage in certain activities, suggesting a connection between these women and the darker aspects of the industry.

The narrative expands to include Diddy’s influence on women in his circle, insinuating that they had to be willing to partake in specific behaviors to advance in the industry. Mary J. Blige is mentioned alongside other women connected to Diddy, with references to their involvement with KC, Tupac, and Danny Boy himself.



Mary J. Blige has one of the smoothest voices in music. But for her, listening to her own songs hasn’t always been so easy.

On an episode of TODAY With Hoda and Jenna from Wednesdsay (March 8), the R&B/Soul icon revealed some surprising thoughts about her own music.

“I used to hate everything about me. The sound of my voice, the sound of my speaking voice. And I used to just be afraid to hear any music back,” she said.

Check out the clip below, which begins at about the seven minute mark.

Though Blige struggled to get over this self-loathing, she revealed that these bad feelings eventually went away.

Mary J. Blige Says She Used To Be 'Afraid' To Listen To Her Own Music | HipHopDX

She said: “We grow up thinking we couldn’t boast or brag or love on ourselves, and now I’m doing all that…I have so much fun with myself. I’m like, ‘Girl, you look so good. I’m so proud of you. Oh, that looks nice on you.’ And I’m by myself a lot, so I’m always like, ‘Oh Mary, I love that! Let’s wear this tonight. That’s gonna be hot!’”

Earlier this week, while promoting her Strength of a Woman Summit, Mary J. also stopped by CBS Mornings and made an exciting announcement about her love life.

Blige said that she manifested the love she deserves and has been relishing the good relationship she has after going through it with her ex-husband, Martin “Kendu” Isaacs.

“I am in love. I believe I deserve a good relationship,” she said. “With myself. With a partner. When you believe it, it comes to you.

“I’m able to be my own company because I believe in love for myself, I’m not going to give up on love. I’m not going to let a bad relationship or a bad marriage stop me from having a good life and having romance and getting the hugs that I want and the desire and kisses.”

The “Family Affair” singer has been very vocal about her struggles in the music industry.

Last year, the superstar singer opened up about her journey in her cover story for Glamour. The magazine dubbed the Yonkers native ‘Woman of the Year,’ and while diving into her success, Mary had to also reflect on the ride it took to get there.

“This is not an overnight success,” she said. “This is not an easy thing, this new me, this new Mary. This is hard work. When you’re happy and you’re strong, and you’ve been…[as] miserable as I’ve been in life and went through as much hell, it’s easy to revert back to the residue. It’s easy to revert back to the past because that’s what you knew. Because you know the pain of the past will always try to pull you back.”

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