PATTI LABELLE WUP ARETHA FRANKLIN……BAH–HINE

Atlanta — Legendary singer Patti Labelle arrested and charged with assault and battery after attacking Aretha Franklin.

The singers were in Atlanta for an R&B/Soul concert on March 20th when they ran into each other backstage. Labelle was still fuming from a recent run-in with Franklin at the White House for the “Women of Soul” concert. While Aretha Franklin was making her way to the stage, Labelle extended her hand to greet the “Respect” singer, when she threw epic shade in an effort to avoid her. The two exchanged obscenities after the event and parted ways.

While at the concert in Atlanta, Labelle attempted to approach Franklin to resolve their outstanding issues, but Franklin once again turned up her nose. Onlookers say Labelle quickly removed her wig and earrings as she approached Franklin. Aretha, knowing that the removal of earrings is a tell-tale sign that a fight is about to ensue, attempted to prepare herself for the confrontation. Franklin was quickly struck with a Mayweather style right and left and stumbled backwards, landing awkwardly. Bystanders subdued Labelle and escorted her outside of the venue. Franklin suffered only minor injuries.

Labelle was quickly apprehended by the Atlanta Police Department and charged with assault and battery. She was released on a $10,000 bail and will appear in court on April 16

0 thoughts on “PATTI LABELLE WUP ARETHA FRANKLIN……BAH–HINE

  1. These two geritol grannies, should be setting examples for the younger generation, what the hell she a tek off wig and earrings.

  2. Di one granny Patti bad eeh man bout she tech off wig n earrings lmaooooo that shit is funny tho lol

  3. are you freaking kidding me!!! :ngakak

    i tell you to be black is a beautiful thing. mek a did two white fossil try dem sh-it yah, we would be singing “them bones them bones them…dry bones” :ngakak

  4. Patti a mi gyal BUT ……that was unnecessary all u need fi do a avoid ppl….anuh yuh land lord u nuh need fi gree wid ar

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