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‘Power Book II: Ghost’: Mary J. Blige Explained Why People Hated Tariq at First

Power Book II: Ghost is the first of the Power Universe spinoffs. The series follows Tariq St. Patrick (Michael Rainey Jr.) as he juggles his life as a college student and a burgeoning drug dealer following in his father James “Ghost” St. Patrick’s (Omari Hardwick) footsteps. Fans were shocked when they learned that Tariq was getting his own spinoff since he wasn’t exactly a fan-favorite character on Power.
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Mary J. Blige endorses Ray McGuire in NYC mayoral race

Mary J. Blige is the latest high profile celeb to back Ray McGuire for mayor of New York City. In a new ad, the singer describes McGuire as the best choice because of his “upbringing and being raised by a single parent mother. He understands the struggle of so many New Yorkers because I’m a woman with a single parent mother who’s seen it all. He understands,” she said.
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Mary J. Blige endorses New York City mayoral candidate in new ad

Musical artist Mary J. Blige is throwing her support behind a candidate in the New York City mayoral race with days left to go before the June 22 primary, Page Six reports. In a new ad, Blige stumps for Ray McGuire, a former Citigroup executive. She notes his upbringing as the child of a single mother, saying, "He understands the struggle of so many New Yorkers."
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Mary J. Blige May Have a New Man

Mary J. Blige has been vocal about the damage her divorce from ex-husband and former manager Kendu Isaacs caused. Blige nearly went broke after more than 30 years in the industry, claiming she was the primary breadwinner and fought Isaacs over spousal support. She vowed to remain single until she found someone worthy. It appears that she’s done just that after photos and videos of her looking cozy with rapper Conway The Machine has surfaced, leaving many wondering about their relationship status.

Did Conway Try To Shoot His Shot With Mary J. Blige?

Mary J. Blige has been officially divorced from her ex-husband, Kendu Isaacs, for over two years now, so it makes perfect sense that she'd be ready to jump back into the dating market again. Well, it now looks like Griselda homie Conway The Machine might be looking to be the next leading man in her life following some recent signs of flirtation on his end.
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‘Power Book II: Ghost’: 1 Actor on the Show Was Terrified to Work With Mary J. Blige

Power Book II: Ghost is one of the most beloved dramas on TV. The series is the first spinoff in the Power Universe, and its timeline is set just after the events of the first series, which ran for six seasons. Though the original show focused on drug kingpin/businessman James “Ghost” St. Patrick (Omari Hardwick), Ghost centers on the late drug dealer’s college-aged son, Tariq St. Patrick (Michael Rainey Jr.).

Mary J. Blige Makes Heartbreaking Confession in New Documentary

Mary J. Blige reveals in a trailer for her new documentary Mary J. Blige: My Life that she was actually in an extremely sad place while making her arguably her most iconic album, saying that she was “depressed and didn’t want to live." The Amazon Prime film will follow the R&B singer's career from her rise to fame and the making of the 1994 album.

Mary J. Blige Releases Trailer for Her First Official Documentary ‘My Life’

Mary J. Blige is finally opening up about all the pain she endured during the early days of her rise to the top of the music industry. The Grammy Award-winning singer released a trailer for her first official documentary titled, Mary J Blige’s My Life. Named after the legendary soul singer’s 1994 sophomore album, the film follows Blige’s journey during the time she released one of her best-received albums to date, Revolt TV reports.

Mary J. Blige Recalls Needing "To Get Out" Of Rough Bronx Neighborhood

We'll soon receive an intimate look into Mary J. Blige's personal life thanks to a new documentary, and more has been revealed about what fans can expect. We previously reported onMary J. Blige's My Life, a documentary that will arrive on Amazon Prime Video at the end of the month. The singer recently shared its trailer and inside, Blige speaks candidly about creating her 1994 classic album, My Life, and the real-life struggles she was facing at the time.

Mary J. Blige documentary to stream on Amazon Prime this month

A documentary celebrating the 25th anniversary of Mary J. Blige’s seminal 1994 LP My Life is making its way to Amazon Prime this month. Scheduled for release on Friday, June 25 as part of African American Music Appreciation Month, Mary J. Blige’s My Life will see the R&B icon open up on the hardships experienced throughout her career and offer an in-depth look into the record.

Mary J. Blige Speaks Out About The Sad Truth About Her Life

Mary J. Blige is one of the most influential artists of this generation. Not only is she the reigning "Queen of Hip Hop Soul," but she remains a unique force in R&B after three decades in the music industry. Throughout her career, she has released 13 studio albums, including the critically acclaimed "My Life," which will celebrate its 25th anniversary in 2021. To mark the momentous occasion, the singer will drop a documentary with the same name via Amazon Prime on June 25.
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Mary J. Blige Gets Candid About Her Depression In Upcoming Documentary

When many of us think of Mary J. Blige, we think of smooth, uplifting 90's and 2000's R&B songs like "Real Love," "Be Without You," and "Family Affair." But as it turns out, even a person who has spent much of their career touting positivity and singing lyrics like "No more drama" can be living with depression. This is an important reminder in a world that can often falsely believe mental illness only happens to people who don't have successful careers, who don't have social lives, or who "seem depressed." A new Amazon Prime documentary "Mary J. Blige: My Life," which follows the recording artist's rise to stardom, addresses the time period when Blige was recording her debut smash album, "My Life," in 1994 (via Page Six).

Mary J. Blige Says Music 'Saved' Her in 'My Life' Biopic Trailer

Mary J. Blige talks about the redemptive power of music in the trailer for the upcoming documentary Mary J. Blige's My Life. The Amazon Prime Video feature directed by Oscar-winner Vanessa Roth (Freeheld) is an exploration of Blige's landmark 1994 sophomore album, which included her signature songs "You Bring Me Joy," "Be Happy," "I'm Goin' Down" and "Mary Jane (All Night Long)."