Puff Daddy knew what he was doing when he was in the studio with Mary J Blige. Him, Andre Harrell (R.I.P) set the course for a legendary career of an R&B singer which they never thought would still be going twenty years later and shining brighter than ever. She has won multiple grammys and Mary J Blige has been active with children books and even done movies like "Mudbound" and tv as she continues her journey as "Monet" in the hit tv series "GHOST: Power Book II." Well guess what guys, according to thejasminebrand.com Mary J Blige now has a biopic in the works and it's already in motion. She is allegedly working with BET+ and we don't have too much information about the movie as it is in early development but it looks like it's happening for the award winning performer. Mary J Blige cast BMF members to play in a recnt production based on her song "Real Love" and “Strength of a Woman” for original Lifetime movies. On a side note, Mary J has a childrens book based on her challenges to become somthing big in life. Last November Mary J Blige released a children’s book called “Mary Can!” which is for motivational purposes.
TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS
Mary J Blige says she is more focused on her own mental health as she steps into another chapter of her career. She says she no longer has to chase success. Instead, being that she has made such a great name for herself, opportunities find their way to her naturally. “These are the things that are super important to me, and once these things fall in line, everything else comes. The success of your business, the success of everything. You know, when you’re good with you, so that’s why that’s so important to me right now.” “I was like, ‘OK.’ I never realized that this could happen to me in that way, and I was like at the bottom… I had nothing when I left out of that marriage and I had to work. I had my name, you know, so I had to work and so I did. I went on tour, I had to do everything to make that money to pay out the alimony.” “I realized that I put my life in someone else’s hands that wouldn’t take care of me,” Blige said. “Now, I’m all over my business. I’m all over my finances. I’m all over my life because that was a painful feeling. I felt so weak and helpless, and I never want to feel like that again. So that’s my aha moment… my divorce.” Man oh man, what a survivor. Personally I want to take this time to salute Mary J Blige and wish her continued success. We've loved you as the homegirl on the block from "What's the 411" and "You Remind Me." Salutations.