Boz was asked if she had any communication regarding the lawsuit with group-mate Chilli and she said their only contact was when they shared the baby news. the 45-year-old has a 14-year-old daughter with rapper Mack 10.
T-Boz told Larry King in 2012 -- after the earthquake-- she was interested in adopting a child from Haiti.
According to legal docs obtained by TMZ, the TLC member spilled the beans while getting grilled by an attorney in a million lawsuit over a TLC movie.The musical formula was augmented by the girls' brightly colored videos and curious costuming: each girl wore wrapped condoms on their clothing (Lopes also wore one over her left eye in a pair of glasses).During TLC's first national tour, as MC Hammer's opening act, Lopes and Thomas discovered that Watkins had sickle-cell anemia, an ailment which she kept a closely guarded secret until she became very ill while TLC was touring the Southwest US.According to TMZ, the singer was asked if she had had any communication with fellow group member Rozonda 'Chilli' Thomas, 44, and she responded that their only contact had been when she told her about the adoption.New mom: Tionne 'T-Boz' Watkins, 45, revealed during a deposition that she's adopting a baby.On June 30, 2017, they released their final album TLC; they have clarified that they will not split up following the album's release and will continue to perform together.In 1990, Atlanta, Georgia–based record producer Ian Burke and one of his clients, a teenager named Crystal Jones, came up with a concept for a girl group with a tomboyish, hip-hop image, similar to the blend of contemporary R&B and hip hop music of new jack swing act Bell Biv De Voe.The new trio debuted as backing vocalists on "Rebel (With a Cause)", a track on Jermaine Jackson's sole album for La Face, You Said (1991). On the TLC Tip, was released on February 25, 1992, by La Face/Arista Records.The songs on the album are a blend of funk (Watkins), hip-hop (Lopes), and R&B (Thomas), similar to the new jack swing sound popularized by producer Teddy Riley in the late 1980s.Watkins continued to battle her condition and eventually became a spokesperson for the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America in the late 1990s.She was hospitalized, Lopes and Thomas stayed with her and some concerts were cancelled.