“Y’all Don’t Know S**T” Da Brat’s Surprise For LisaRaye Goes Left

During the latest “Cocktails With The Queens” podcast, things went left after hosts Claudia Jordan, Syleena Johnson, and Vivica Fox surprised co-host LisaRaye with a guest appearance from her little sister, Da Brat to help celebrate her birthday.

 

LisaRaye busted into tears as she attempted to keep calm after seeing her sister appear on screen.

 

“I’m shocked,” said LisaRaye.

 

 

Rapper Da Brat wasn’t surprised by her sister’s reaction. She explained there’s been a bit of “space” between the two. She was scared to open up about her girlfriend, Jesseca Dupart, to her big sister.

 

Da Brat revealed this is the first time in a long time that she and LisaRaye have gone without speaking to each other. She stressed that she still loves her sister, but LisaRaye no longer has to act like her big sister anymore.

 

But LisaRaye says her frustrations stem from learning about her sister’s new relationship through gossip sites rather than from Da Brat.

 

“I just did not want to hear it from the blog,” she said. “I didn’t get to hear it from you. I had to see it from someplace else, so I’m hurt.”

 

The two began to go back and forth as LisaRaye’s co-hosts attempted to mediate. The actress shouted, “I don’t care what the f**k ya’ll sayin’. At all. Ya’ll don’t know s**t. At all. She do. You do. You do.”

 

Watch the full episode below and tell us, do you think the show was the place to air out their tension?

 

For More About Da Brat:

Should Family Get In The Way Of Who You Love? Da Brat Officially Comes Out And Shares Why She Waited So Long

 

Congrats to Love Birds Da Brat & BB Judy | Check Out The Rapper’s $200K Birthday Gift

 

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  1. Very emotional. Heartbreaking to watch. I hope the hurt feelings will be a thing of the past. With Covid-19 you never know when a loved one may be struck down. My sister and I have had some big arguments but nothing could ever make be not want to communicate. DaBrat has had a lot going on. I know many people in her position are afraid to come out. As a teacher I had a good number of gay and lesbian students. They are afraid of what family and friends will think and do. The fear of rejection is very powerful. It can make you isolate yourself from everyone you have known. It has nothing to do with whether they love you. They do. But that fear is so great. I made a mistake once but I can never say forgive me because the person passed away. I regret every day that I didn’t reach out. I mean everyday. No day has passed since the death that I I don’t cry. It is going on two years now and I cry everyday. Please make up soon. Hug each other and kiss each other. Family is family with all the headaches that come with it. But in the end that is your blood. I am 71 now and have gone through quite a bit. Make up sisters so neither of you will ever have regrets.

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