During a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight, the ladies opened up about turning down the opportunity to join the cast of the popular reality TV franchise.
"This is the thing, I don't play like that," T-Boz, 49, said of the Bravo series. "Like, I'm not arguing, I'm too old to be arguing and first of all, I don't argue with nobody I don't care about. If I care about you, I will take the time to do this. But I'm not arguing with no grown women. I'll end up going to jail for real. Like, I don't do that."
Showing that she still has her band mate's back, Chilli, 48, added, "And I wouldn't be able to bail her out because I would be right there with her."
T-Boz even shared that the RHOA producers were allegedly so determined to get her to sign on the dotted line that they approached her four times — each time, she declined.
Though the duo won't be holding peaches anytime soon — or ever, for that matter — they will be taking their talents to Broadway, where they plan on bringing their story to the stage.
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