Floetry’s Marsha Told All About Horrible Things She Says Group Member Did Her
If you’re like us, here at ILOSM, and were hoping to eventually get new Floetry music soon, think again. Just when you thought everything was finally all good between Marsha Ambrosius (the ‘Songstress’) and Natalie Stewart (the ‘Floacist’), turns out, it’s just not. Marsha finally revealed why in a 2017 interview with The Breakfast Club and she pinpointed three major situations that caused them to break up three times.
The Pregnancy Drama
At the 6:58 mark of the video below, Marsha talks about how they’d stopped speaking to each other, after tension over Marsha’s high risk pregnancy of her and fiancee, Dez’s, child. Marsha found out she was pregnant while on tour in 2016 and she says prior to getting pregnant, she already didn’t like smoke on the tour bus because it damages the singing voice. But then this happened:
“If I’m already vocally going for blood every night as I did on that tour, I don’t really want any smoking on the bus…I don’t want no smoke on the bus anyway.” After telling Natalie she was pregnant, Marsha recalled, “I remember telling her [Natalie] and she’s like ‘Oh I kinda figured it out on my own.’ I was like ‘Okay…thanks…you’re welcome’ and moved on.”
Following the dry reaction from Natalie, Marsha claims Natalie continued to smoke on the bus, out of blatant disrespect and disregard for her unborn child.
(Video) Natalie Betrayed Her With Their Band Members?
Marsha then revealed a time when Natalie allegedly betrayed her:
“The band had this app called Zello, and remember the Sprint Chirp phones? You would send a message like ‘Yo what’s up?’ and it would come up on your phone as a voice note on the loud speaker. So…we’re sitting there (Marsha and her then new boyfriend, Dez)…his phone is on the table, we’re at the diner choppin’ it up, getting to know each other type sh*t. And on the loud speaker, [it’s] like ‘Yo Dez you ain’t fu%k yet?’ So I’m like ‘No, please let it play’ because I’m a ball player first, I’ve done locker room talk, so that’s cool. Then another band member chimes in and said ‘Yo you ain’t perp yet? You know she fu%ked everybody in Philly.’ I’m like ‘Wow! My pu$$y’s legendary…Geez!’ (LOL) It’s a myth, I’m trying to figure out all these Philly people I’ve perped.”
But here’s where the ‘funny’ chirps came to a screeching halt:
“Then another one chimes in and it’s her [Natalie]…she was co-signing everyone else’s lines, like ‘Yeah Dez, what’s up with you?’ So I was like okay…once again, affirmation- when someone shows you who they are, believe them…believe them, believe ’em every time. So I let it go, but what they didn’t understand is I had to get on stage every night with these people. […] Guys are gonna be guys, so I can let that slide. … But HER? Nah, not so much, like…you don’t ride for me like that. So I still got on stage every night for the fans and did what I had to do. But that app, Zello, it saves everything as voice notes…it’s all recorded.
At one point in the interview Marsha added “We’ll never be cool, because she’ll just never be there for me like a friend should.” We truly hope they can once and for all reconcile, not just for the sake of music, but for the sake of their genuine love for one another.