Lyfe Jennings held a private, exclusive Q&A with WBLS 107.5 for his new upcoming 6th album, Tree of Lyfe this week. Moderated by Shaila, the voice of midday, the discussion got deep when she asked Lyfe about his most recent incarceration in 2010, serving 2 years stemming from an incident with the mother of two of his children, Joy Bounds. The rumors surrounding the arrest have led to several different accounts of the situation, but this was an opportunity for Lyfe to finally clarify exactly what took place and how he ended up serving prison time. And he did just that.
Lyfe Jennings also offers advice to anyone who may find themselves caught up in the heat of a moment. Check out his entire statement on the subject here:
About Lyfe Jennings: Chester Jermaine “Lyfe” Jennings, also known as Lyfe Jennings, is an American R&B and soul singer-songwriter, record producer, and instrumentalist. He is currently 44 years old and was born on June 3, 1978, in Toledo, OH. He has four children named Phoenix Jennings, Lyfe Michael Jennings, Liyah Jennings, and Elijah Jennings. He also has one sibling named Jay Rush. Some of his most popular songs are “Must Be Nice,” “Never Never Land,” “Let’s Stay Together,” “Stick Up Kid,” “Hypothetically,” “Cry,” “She Got Kids,” “Made Up My Mind,” “I Can’t,” “Like This,” “I’ll Always Love You,” “Greedy,” “Boomerang,” “Smile,” “The Way I Feel About You,” “Talkin About Love,” “Cops Us,” “Baby,” “My Life,” “It Coulda Been Worse,” “Ghetto Superman,” “Goodbye,” “Accusing Me,” “Intro,” “The River,” and “Will I Ever,”
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