Thursday, April 21, 2016

Michel'le Biopic Headed to Lifetime


The former First Lady of Death Row Records, Michel'le Toussant, is having her life story told on Lifetime...

According to reports The Michel'le Story from Sony Pictures will air on Lifetime later this year. 

Lifetime also picked up a project produced by Janet Jackson and Kenny Leon [The Wiz Live] called 'Queenie' about a 1920 female gangster.

12 comments:

Tiffanyinthecity said...

Why?!

erijoey3 said...

cause charity comes to everyone!Tiffanyinthecity

Anonymous said...

Ditto @ 12:15.....WHY???? SMH

Sunni Daze said...

But really WHY!?

Anonymous said...

I feel like Lifetime is appropriate for her life story. She wasn't huge but she has a story. People forget she came up in the heart of NWA and the death row drama. She was in a long term relationship with Dre and Suge Knight. Plus she actually has nice things to say about Jerry Heller. It would be nice to see her point of view on film. It's also nice to see someone's life story that you don't know much about. It makes it hard to critic it when you don't know much about them.

Mimi Smith said...

I think a biopic about Michel'le will be cool

Mimi Smith said...

I think a biopic about Michel'le will be cool

iketernr said...

Zzzzz

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

The fact Sony pictures is behind this biopic is very telling. Hmmmmmm, I wonder if this is the beginning of someone's down fall. The industry is known for building em up and tearing them down when they "so called" step out of line (quietly smirks). In this particular case I wouldn't mind seeing him get his just deserts.

Dr Dre beat the breaks off this woman so did Suge, oh she has a lot to say and ain't pretty IF she tells it all....I wonder will Dee Barnes be a part of the biopic?

Anonymous said...

1:02 I kind of prepared myself for this when I saw the Blind item. So sad.

Anonymous said...

Cool, I've always liked Michel'le and supported her, so I'll watch her biopic when it airs.

I'll also be waiting to watch, "Queenie" [her real name] and I hope they do this woman justice. This sista woman was a real gangster back in the day. White, black, rich and poor...ALL were afraid to cross her or disrespct her. Long before the Colombian Griselda "The Godmother" Blanco, there was "Queenie".

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