Chilli, one third of multiplatinum music trio TLC, loves animals and is doing her part to save them!
Not only did she just rock it out last night at the AMAs with T-Boz and Lil Mama with their tribute to the late Left Eye, but now, she's starring in a new ad campaign by PETA demanding people "Boycott the Circus."
The ad features her stripped nude, covered in body paint, making her look like a tiger, trapped in a cage.
And we can't wait to hear what kind of excuse she's got!
The rapper recently had a music video shoot for a song none of us will care to listen to. While on set, she and her dancers allegedly trashed their wardrobe by covering it in "paint" and "dirt."
WTF???? How'd you accomplish that???
The borrowed wardrobe wasn't just some raggedy stuff from Wal-Mart. We're talking she ruined big name designer stuff, like Metropark and Rock Revival. And she might have been able to play dumb with that fact, except that all of the clothes that weren't destroyed by her impromptu game of paintball, she and her dancers stole!
Yep, the producers of the music video are convinced she took a lot of the borrowed wardrobe and now they want it back. So far, no such luck
Now, the scandal, which is being labeled the "Lil Mama Drama" by those involved, is reaching a new level as the producers plan on dragging Lil Mama and her people to court!
We don't see why she wants clothes anyway. From what we have seen in the past, she seems perfectly happy to just stick some sequins on her tittays and be on her way!
Oh wait, that's Lil Kim! Ah, they are all the same!
With the whole Kanye West / Taylor Swiftfiasco that occurred at this year's MTV Music Video Awards last month, the rest of the event seems like a blur.
But he wasn't the only one to crash the stage. D-list rapper Lil' Mama was also at the awards show and decided to jump on stage during Jay-Z's performance with Alicia Keys of Empire State of Mind.
And during a recent interview with Tyra Banks, Lil' Mama opens up about the incident and explains what she did and why.
Well, she tries to explain it, at least.
According to Lil' Mama:
”I don’t think it was as serious as everyone was trying to make it out to be…. When I was sitting in the stands I was very excited and I felt the connection, being from New York, being in Hip Hop… Alicia Keys being from Harlem and Jay Z being from Brooklyn and I was just so emotional.
I was really feeling it….I felt like I was being embraced at the time, Jay-Z was bouncing back and I’m feeling like this whole moment is happening but I’m not planning it to be a moment, it just happened.
I’m a dancer, and I definitely felt it. I wasn’t there to ruin the performance, I wasn’t there to bring anyone down or anything down. In that moment I kind of felt it coming so I just went with the flow.”
And has the lil' diva reached out to Jay-Z and Alicia to apologize?
Says the rude bitch:
“No, I haven’t, I have tried, I got management to reach out. I would like to speak to Jay-Z one-on-one, just to see how he felt. I would just love to apologize…It was never my intent to be disrespectful to anyone. I’ve always been a respectful young woman in this industry, people know me for that.
You can tell [Alicia] that I apologize and I definitely plan to work with both of them in the future and I hope this didn’t rock the boat.”
Bitch please, once you cross Jay-Z you're out of the game!
Check out the LOLz as Lil' Mama tries to downplay crashing the stage during Jay-Z and Alicia's performance.
To watch the entire interview, check it out on Tyra, airing today.