Remember when the singers set up that Kickstarter to crowdfund their next album? Well, now that their goal was exceeded, Wendy wants to know what's the real deal with the "gifts" they promised their donors, and Chilli didn't like the way she came at them.
It all started when the talk show maven said that one of her producers made a $10 donation and was promised a hand-written note. While he did get something in the mail, it wasn't what he expected, which was a personal "Thank You" from the ladies. In fact, it was just a list of their favorite songs, and wasn't even signed.
When a fan of the group brought up the shady moment on Twitter, Chilli wasted no time expressing how she felt, saying that Wendy's all bark but no bite:
This is all well and good, but the question still remains — for real though, what's the progress on this album?
Check out Wendy Williams speaking on the TLC album fiasco back in 2015, below:
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