Gospel’s Erica Campbell of Mary Mary Talks Fear of Going Solo and Critics of Reality Show
Sisters Erica and Tina Campbell have been Mary Mary for 12 years and to say good bye to that partnership could be a tough transition.
Mary Mary Father, Eddie A. Atkins Jr. Dies of Cancer
UPDATED on July 4, 2013:
Erica Campbell opened up to ESSENCE.com about what her father meant to her.
“It’s really hard to deal with losing my dad,” said Campbell. “He was truly the strength of our family. And even though him and my mom were not together anymore… they stood hand-and-hand and they stood side-by-side to support their children.”
Campbell expressed that she was able to learn a lot from her father, especially his strength.
Gospel Singer Erica Campbell of Mary Mary Pole Dances Against Sister Tina’s Wishes [VIDEO]
In the video below, sisters Erica and Tina of the group Mary Mary attend a pole dancing class with their other sisters. Apparently, Tina decided to not participate in the class because they are ‘Mary Mary’ and didn’t want that ‘image’ for the group. On the contrary, Erica feels like she is judging her and the others for doing it.
Why Gospel Artists Should Not Be Of The World [VIDEO]
We’ve said it before and will say it again: today’s gospel artists need to keep things holy and not follow the ways of the world or they will be subjected to the world’s ridicule of them.
In the video below, Wendy Williams is already comparing Mary Mary’s new reality show to start in March with The Braxton’s reality show on WE TV. We don’t watch these shows but one of our readers ran up on this clip of how Wendy is adding them to her gossip commentary even though they have appeared on her show recently.
Gospel Music: Though Its Evolved, Don’t Give Up on God’s Word
We here are AT2W have given our opinion on many things here on this website. We have been called “judgmental’, ‘not God-Like’ for expressing our views on this blog. Well, that is what we do. We can admit that we have been hard on some folks but revealing the truth carries much weight. It digs into issues most want to sweep under the rug, ignore and act like it doesn’t matter. But the truth is, it does matter. We all know how to accept people for who they are but there is also a time to show the love of God and tell each other what may be wrong.