Lathan also dishes on her on-screen chemistry with Best Man Holiday co-star Taye Diggs and shares details of her next project, Repentance, opposite Anthony Mackie and Forest Whitaker.
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killing it in theaters, she seems to be veering off on a path to certain annihilation.
She is making a series of bad decisions that threaten to torpedo the venerable career she’s been building for nearly two decades.
“After speaking with the police, and understanding how they were trained, everything that they go through, themselves, on a daily basis…I would never condone anything that they do, but I will say that I have a newfound respect for them, for what they have to go through every single day.” Check out more of our conversation above.But whatever the cause, she thought she could release a single, featuring Dej Loaf, in her 40’s talking about “emotional n*ggas” and everything would be ok. As if matters couldn’t get any worse, it recently became public that Lathan and rapper(? , the 10-hour event series that bows tonight on Fox, first premiered in January at the Sundance Film Festival and could not feel more of the moment.It’s time for us to sit her down and set her straight. Maybe being pursued by both Morris Chestnut and Michael Ealy in the same movie made her think she had magical powers. The story goes that Lathan had a chat with producer Detail about Michael Ealy’s obsessive character after screening of her newest film . Please tell me this is a promotional stunt for , and the other “rent-a-celebrities” that usually fill this role were already booked. He got so high once that he bought two baby tigers (naming them Ike and Tina of course). By marriage name rules, that pairing is forbidden (Sanaa Montana doesn’t even sound like a real name).I don’t know how these things work; Hollywood operates under its own unique set of rules. Somehow that talk snowballed into her entering a studio and recording a song, “Emotional”, that sounds cheap, heavily auto-tuned, and has the lyrical maturity of a nine-year-old. If this song is any reflection on the content of the movie, I’ll be skipping the theater, on-demand, and Netflix streams. This is the epitome of “not a good look.” These words may seem harsh, cutting, or mean. What is happening here is not cool, and we have to put a stop to it.