Friday, October 26, 2018

Lil Mo Headed to Law School


R&B singer Lil Mo announces she is leaving the music industry after her next album to enroll in law school...

9 comments:

Tia said...

Mo, If you're for real about this it's never too late!!

Anonymous said...

I wish her well. Sometimes you gotta consult different!

Anonymous said...

Does she already have her undergraduate degree?
How to Become a Lawyer
Complete a Bachelor's Degree Program. A bachelor's degree is the minimum educational requirement for admission to law school. ...
Pass the Law School Admission Test. ...
Identify Law Schools and Complete Applications. ...
Earn a Juris Doctor Degree. ...
Pass the Bar Examination. ...
Advance Your Career. IJS

Anonymous said...

@8:49....good questions & insight...after bachelors she gotta pass the GRE exam...if she doesn't have a bachelor's, it going to a long haul but its feasible. If you believe, you can achieve!

Niyabinghi/ObeahWomanWarrior said...

I wish her well in her law and singing endeavours, not checking for another tired ass reality show and it's time to use your grown up birth name. At this stage lil moe sounds retarded when you look 45.

Anonymous said...

^^My bad LSAT not GRE....its been a long time since I took the GMAT

Yes, I'm That Leah said...

YOU CAN'T SPELL! YOU CAN'T WRITE! YOU CAN'T SPEAK STANDARD AMERICAN ENGLISH? HOW ARE YOU GOING TO BECOME A SUCCESSFUL LAWYER?

CAN YOU IMAGINE THIS LADY SENDING HER CLIENTS EMAILS THAT ARE SIMILAR TO THE POST ABOVE? AND WHAT ABOUT BRIEFS TO JUDGES? ETC.?

GO SOMEWHERE. SHE DIDN'T EVEN SAY WHAT KIND OF LAW SHE WANTED TO PRACTICE.

Yes, I'm That Leah said...

8:49 + 9:35

That's sweet of you both, but how about this? Maybe, she should should start with taking Standard American English classes? She's basically illiterate.

She wanted to make an IMPACT statement, but failed, as her grammar is so poor... I hope she learns how to read and write. Her clients livelihoods and lives are on the line. I'm taking about drug tests, drug treatment, anger management and mental health treatment. All of which she may be involved with.

I'm all about following your dreams, but, if you won't put the effort in to making sure a public announcement of this magnitude is perfect, I can't take you seriously about having a career that strongly requires reading and writing comprehension... legal and court wording comprehension, to boot!

Yes, I'm That Leah said...

*talking

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