The iconic musician spontaneously changed up one of her songs to include lyrics from "Voices," a song by a girl group Mowry was once in.
"That thing about Black shows back then,” said Ceci, “Black shows did not get the same budget as white shows."
The actor had some fun addressing the common inquiry.
"These decisions are never easy, and not without sadness," the "Family Reunion" actor wrote on Instagram.
The "Sister, Sister" star said she and Tamera Mowry wanted to be on the cover of a "popular magazine" but were told they couldn't because they were Black.
Sistah, sistahhhh. Never knew how much I missed ya.
Yas, yas and more yas.
“They’re rebooting all the other shows, it would be nice to see a show with women of color."
Tia Mowry of Sister, Sister fame has never been shy about speaking her mind about women's issues, so when people started commenting on her body on Instagram, she had a few things to say about it.