DJ Spinderella Says Her ‘Relationship Is Over’ with Salt-N-Pepa Unless ‘They Offer an Apology’

Deidra “DJ Spinderella” Roper is hitting back at her former group, Grammy-winners Salt-N-Pepa.  DJ Spinderella The famous master of ceremonies, 50, revealed that she would only consider a reunion with her bandmates Cheryl “Salt” James and Sandra “Pepa” Denton if they apologize. Roper claims the rappers, both 54, fired her via email in 2019 and most recently — “wrongfully excluded” her from the making of Lifetime’s new biopic about the iconic group. “The relationship is over,” Roper told Billboard, explaining that the way her “sisters” have allegedly treated her has been…

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Spinderella Addresses Being Excluded from Salt-N-Pepa Lifetime Movie

It was revealed that legendary hip hop group Salt-N-Pepa had a Lifetime biopic on the way. The pioneering group paved the way for women to excel in rap music, as well as pop music, with their success. However, longtime DJ and important piece to the Salt-N-Pepa legacy—Spinderella, has taken to social media to call out Lifetime’s biopic for leaving her out of the narrative. Spinderella said she was disappointed that “a decision was made to move forward with a Lifetime biopic that wrongfully excluded me from every aspect of development…

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Laila Odom & G.G. Townson Talk Preparing For Salt-N-Pepa Roles In New Lifetime Biopic

Salt-N-Pepa will forever go down in history as the female pioneers of Hip-Hop With the new Lifetime film, “Salt-N-Pepa,” fans are given a front-row seat to the legendary duo’s musical career from Queensborough Community College students to become one of the first all-female rap groups to date. Their success in hit singles “Let’s Talk About Sex,” “What a Man,” “Shoop” and “Push It,” are paired with endless Platinum plaques and even a Grammy win. Stepping into the heavy roles of “Salt-N-Pepa” are G.G. Townson and Laila Odom, playing Salt and…

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