“Back when Salt n’ Pepa was building our legacy, which is rooted in empowering women, I could not have dreamed that this same group would one day disempower me.”
For three decades, Salt-N-Pepa was a groundbreaking trio of women — the titular duo and DJ Spinderella. But when it came time for the Lifetime biopic about their live and story, Spinderella was on-screen, but nowhere to be seen behind it.
Both Salt and Pepa were involved in the production of the film, which aired Saturday night on the network, even going so far as to co-write it. But DJ Spinderella’s voice was not invited to be a part of it.
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