While Faith Evans is running around with her husband, Stevie J, and Tamar Braxton is being shady on Instagram, early 2000s songbird Lil Mo is currently gearing up for a full 180 from her R&B background. The Love & Hip-Hop: NY reality star penned a jaw-dropping iOS press release this past Wednesday (Oct. 24). “Today has been one of those days,” she began. Despite typically keeping things in tact, she admitted this is “hard to suppress.”
"I’ve given 20 years plus to being Lil Mo... it’s time to be Cynthia Dargan,” she penned
The "4 Ever" soulstress said she’d give fans new music and a new TV show with an aimed release for January 2019. However, unless her new song with an omitted feature forces her to go on tour, she’s trading in studios for courtrooms. “I’m bout to be somebody LIT ass attorney so the next decade I need to be totally focused,” the statement reads.
Apparently, it's always been her dream and "the time is now." She also reassured fans that she'd use her "influence to be great."
Fans of the "Put It On Me" costar currently have her comments in shambles regarding the drastic change
Despite the slew of those mocking her, there are just as many fully supporting her, even fellow reality star Yandy Smith
It's never too late for a glo up, sis. Cynthia Dargan, Esquire, does have a nice ring to it!