Friday, October 26, 2018

Teddy Pendergrass Documentary Coming to Showtime


A new documentary about R&B icon Teddy Pendergrass his headed to showtime...



'Don't Leave Me This Way' premieres this Friday at the Philadelphia Film Festival.

12 comments:

Niyabinghi/ObeahWomanWarrior said...
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Anonymous said...

Don't get too excited. No telling how they treated his sexuality. I hope it's covered respectfully. He had a major beef with Harold Melvin and I wonder how they'll treat HM.

I'll be pleasantly surprised if they get some dark brown people to play Teddy or Steph. We'll see.

prissa o said...

Starring Gucci Mane???????????!!!!????????????



LOL

Unknown said...

Wait! What am I missing? What is the connection between Teddy and Stephanie that is assumed she will be featured?

Mike Turner said...

Niggas cant read. Said documentary, not biopic. And only Stephanie connection is they did a few songs together.

Anonymous said...

Absolutely love Teddy: "Hold me your arms tonight." I wonder who will play his part? John Legend... It will probably be someone apologetically 'black', possibly biracial and no doubt repping that satanic lgbtqxzyetc.

Anonymous said...

why are you all thinking that this is a movie. this is documentary coming to Showtime. didn't you watch the trailer above. people don't play people in documentary. the fuc

Niyabinghi/ObeahWomanWarrior said...

My bad I thought this was a documentary, I'm still here for it. Teddy was one of the greatest voices of our time, him, Luther, Whitney among many others had voices that was just incredible to listen to.

Anonymous said...

@10:19, Was Teddy gay/bi or something? Because I have never heard that rumor.

Anonymous said...

@1:22

He crashed his car while getting head from a tranny. Stuck in a wheelchair after that. Let these old stans stay delusional though.

prissa o said...

Yeah it’s a documentary, but y’all can’t tell me that refurbished Gucci Mane bio-bot don’t look like Teddy.

Just putting it out there in the ether. Can he act? Better yet...... can they program him to act?? 🤔🤔

😂

Anonymous said...

Unsung already told us what Teddy wanted us to know. I doubt any new tea will be spilled on Showtime.

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