R&B triple threat girl group TLC’s 1999 “No Scrubs” anthem was just that song we needed to make sure we’re staying brushed up on relationship standards.
That included, but was not limited to, the scrubs in the passenger's side of his best friend’s ride and that one guy who thinks he’s super fly but is nothing more than a “busta.” The dating scene has seen a major shift with the emergence of social media, dating apps and all other means of trying to holla at the ladies. But according to the remaining ladies of TLC, the “No Scrubs” premise still rings as true as it did 18 years ago.
Does anyone know if TLC has relaxed its policy on scrubs?— Paul F. Tompkins (@PFTompkins) June 6, 2017
They still "gets no love", I'm afraid... https://t.co/0Ux2Cyq8e5— Thad Collins (@ThadCollins) June 6, 2017
unfamiliar with these "scrubs." Are you referring to "busters?"— Paul Rust (@paulrust) June 6, 2017
They are also known as busters, yes.— Paul F. Tompkins (@PFTompkins) June 6, 2017
hell no!— TLC (@OfficialTLC) June 6, 2017
Thank you for the clarification. Are we still keeping terminology/status of them being busters, always talking about what they want, etc— Ed Zitron (@edzitron) June 6, 2017
absolutely....thinks he's fly, sits on his broke ass, etc.— TLC (@OfficialTLC) June 6, 2017
Can we at least chase waterfalls?— Mike Amaral (@The_Enabler) June 6, 2017
Find out about Kanye and golddiggers— Phil Gaimon (@philgaimon) June 6, 2017
I also vote to follow up with Jayz on how many problems he has.— handsy coppafeel (@handsycoppafeel) June 6, 2017
I often wonder if those bitches ever moved out the way @Ludacris 🤔— Jaime Primak (@JaimePrimak) June 7, 2017
AND are we finally, as a people, ready for this jelly?— FIFTYFOOTANT (@fiftyfootant) June 6, 2017
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