You may remember when Angie Stone and her grown daughter, Diamond Stone, were involved in an altercation earlier this year. (Stone also has a teenage son with singer D’Angelo.) In that incident, Diamond accused Stone of physically assaulting her and knocking her teeth out after an argument that started when Angie got upset with Diamond, who lives in her Atlanta home, over Diamond’s alleged inability to discipline her children. Stone was arrested.
We haven’t heard much from either woman since, as Stone quit R&B Divas: Atlanta last year, allegedly because her then-boyfriend/manager was cheating on her with one of the show’s staff. But apparently, Angie and her daughter are still working through their issues. This time, though, they’ve enlisted Bishop T. D. Jakes to help them out via his new self-titled show. It’s currently in a test run in four markets nationwide, with the hopes of greater circulation down the line.
Even Jakes seems surprised by the depths of the discord between mother and daughter in this clip. Let’s hope they were able to work things out. If you can’t catch the show when it airs in these four markets
- WFAA Dallas from 3-4 p.m.
- WKYC Cleveland from 3-4 p.m.
- WXIA Atlanta from 2-3 p.m.
- KARE Minneapolis from 2-3 p.m.
then you can also watch clips on YouTube.
Angie Stone And Daughter Diamond Try To Work Out Issues On T.D. Jakes’ New Show [VIDEO] was originally published on blackamericaweb.com
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