Who was left eye dating when she died
The most successful girl group in history, TLC sold more than 21 million copies of their three albums: 1992's Lopes was widely acknowledged as a major creative force in the group.More than just a rapper, she co-wrote songs such as "Waterfalls" and "Ain't 2 Proud 2 Beg" and frequently drew the storyboards for their award-winning videos, which included "No Scrubs" and "Waterfalls." Lopes also came up with titles for the group's recordings.Then, on April 25th, as Lopes tried to pass a truck on the two-lane country road, a car headed toward her rented SUV.She swerved, the vehicle rolled, and Lopes died instantly.is a word we created to describe what's in every woman," she once said."Every woman has a crazy side, a sexy side, a cool side."TLC's career has been filled with both hits and headlines.Lopes was like a Japanimation heroine: tiny and buff with Powerpuff eyes, a big mouth that spouted loud, dope lines and a feisty attitude that masked the pain of a tough childhood and a troubled fame.She dressed for excess, whether she was replacing the left lens in a pair of glasses with a condom or braiding her hair into giant hoops.
Left Eye escaped jail time, but debts incurred from the incident forced TLC to declare bankruptcy in 1995.
For many, Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes simply was TLC, the New Jill swingers who jacked the pop charts with a blend of soul and rap that preached safe sex and self-reliance.
On April 25th, just weeks before her 31st birthday, the outspoken Lopes died in a car wreck while on a spiritual retreat at a "healing village" in Honduras.
But the star's major fall from grace came last year when he was sentenced in federal court to five years' probation and required to pay more than 0,000 in restitution for failure to pay child support.
, sold more than 11 million copies in the United States and featured three No. Lopes's personal life, though, was marred by her rocky relationship with football great Andre Rison, and in 1994, she was arrested for burning down his home.