Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins and Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas of the popular 90′s girl group TLC has been busy re-establishing themselves as to honor their groups 20th anniversary. Unfortunately, their efforts has recently gone awry.
As of late, the remaining members have been planning to go on tour, working on a biopic, and prepping a comeback album — the latter of which didn’t sit too well for the late Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes’ family.
Left Eye’s sister, Reigndrop Lopes expressed to TMZ how disappointed she was over a remake of the groups 90′s hit, “Waterfalls” which replaces the fallen angel with Asian pop-star, Namie Amuro.
I did not know about it until a fan posted it online. I mean it would have been nice if they would have given us a heads up before being surprised.
Lopes continued to tell TMZ her mother was also shocked and hurt over the remake below:
Meanwhile, internationally the iconic group is being recognized for all their musical efforts. During the MTV International Video Music Awards ceremony in Japan, T-Boz and Chilli snagged the Legend Award on behalf of the iconic group.
Clearly, Left Eye will always be apart of the two as they’ve included her in their acceptance speech. Check out their acceptance speech plus performance in the video below.