During her performance on stage at the kick off ‘Life Is Good’ tour, Lauryn Hill breaks her silence about a lot of past life experiences, (Just a little) about Wyclef Jean & Rohan Marley’s recent attacks on her life (literally) in Dallas.
“When they’re under pressure to attack me, I still love them: Because, I know what they are going through…’It’s called the HIGH ROAD’…I know the oppression that took place in Haiti and Jamaica.
The truth will always surface.”
If you read into the words she used, she’s clearly referring to Jean (a Haitian born) who recently put the songstress on blast for ruining his life with a baby that wasn’t his while saying she lied to him on many occasions.
And Rohan (who is Jamaican) divorced the singer after he found out about the love affair with many other personal factors leading up to their sudden split.
Plus, a Brazilian chick named Isabeli Fontana dumped Rohan and later told reporters, “He was lacking something in his life, and I felt like his mother.”
Hill then reminded the African American audience of the Black Mothers who carried them through thick and thin, along with the system calling them crazy. While pleading to them to remember where they came from, and referring to herself as being “ahead of the curve.”
Plus while debuting her lyric track “Black Rage” on Monday night at the Palladium Ballroom, she also performed her “Lost Ones” track. Check out the clip below: