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14 Dec 2017

Letoya Luckett married Dallas-based entrepreneur Tommicus Walker

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December 14, 2017 Category: Go With The-Flo Posted by:

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By Florence Anthony

According to, former Destiny’s Child member turned actress Letoya Luckett married Dallas-based entrepreneur Tommicus Walker on December 10 in a lavish ceremony in Austin, Texas. The intimate wedding was held at Villa Antonia, a sprawling mansion. OWN star Pastor John Gray, a close friend of the bride and groom, married them. Letoya told reporters in the past that “The Book of John Gray” host prophesized the couple’s union before they met. Luckett wore a custom Vera Wang gown and Christian Louboutin sandals. Ludacris’s wife, Eudoxie Bridges, Letoya’s best friend, served as one of two matrons of honor. Celebrities in attendance included Ludacris, former Destiny’s Child members Michelle Williams and Latavia Roberson and Tank, who sang “At Last” as Luckett walked down the aisle……………

Multi-platinum recording group, Dru Hill, is proud to announce the upcoming release of their first full Christmas EP, Christmas in Baltimore. The 8-track project is being distributed by Empire Distribution. From the classic “Silent Night” to the modern and slightly explicit “Tis the Season,” Christmas in Baltimore is literally an album you’ll have to download to believe. Says the group: “We’ve always wanted to do a Christmas album, and we know our fans have been waiting.”……..

This December, New York City’s Apollo Theater will celebrate the holidays with offerings for the entire family. Holidays at the Apollo will include: Fantasia Christmas After Midnight, starring Fantasia Barrino; Holiday Joy: A Gospel Celebration (Saturday, December 16), featuring Yolanda Adams, Donnie McClurkin, and Greater Allen Cathedral Choir, and Showtime at the Apollo Christmas ( Wednesday, December 20 at 8:00 pm on FOX). Host Steve Harvey will be joined in this all-new holiday episode by some of the nation’s top musical acts offering renditions of their favorite Christmas songs, including performances by Snoop Dogg, Boyz II Men, Fifth Harmony and DMX……….

Toyin Dong, the daughter of Rock & Roll Hall of Fame singer Estelle Bennett of the Ronettes, spoke with the women of Brooklyn Community Services (BCS) Transitional Living Community Shelter (TLC) recently about growing up with a mother who suffered from mental illness- and not knowing until adolescence that her mother was a music icon. TLC, located in the Brooklyn, New York Women’s Shelter, supports homeless women who are suffering from severe mental illness and dealing with domestic violence, sexual assault. or trauma. During the 1960s, Estelle, her sister Ronnie Spector and cousin Nedra Talley were the legendary glam girl group The Ronettes. Estelle passed away at age 67 in 2009. Says Toyin: “I move forward paying homage to my mother who was unable to reclaim herself after succumbing to mental illness.”……

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