Say What Now? See Why Patti Said She Wanted To “PIMP SLAP” Diana Ross!
Posted On : December 20, 2016
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Patti Labelle and Diana Ross are two of the greatest to have ever done it! They may have also set a record for being two of the greatest legends to have one of the longest running feuds in the history of soul music. It’s a good thing entertainers had major class back in the day though, because based on Patti’s recollection of her beef with Diana, this could have easily turned into a stiletto shoe throwing, weave pulling diva fist fight, had it been some of today’s entertainers…
'THAT HEIFER COPIED OUR STYLE'
In the interview above, Patti hilariously revealed what caused the four-decades long tension between she and Diana. According to Patti, when they toured together back in the day, Diana used to try to make Patti and her fellow Labelle group members look bad in front of their fans.
Patti claimed that Diana would peek into Labelle's dressing room to see their show outfits and then go buy the same outfits for the Supremes. The Supremes would then perform with those outfits and the Labelles would have to perform right after with the same outfit that the Supremes wore, making it look like the Labelles copied their style instead.
But there's more to this story and it also had something to do with a Labelle jumping ship to join the Supremes. See what else Patti said in the video up top and then see which celebrity she credits with finally forcing she and Diana to speak again>>>
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