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by Yvette Carnell
After Lauryn Hill started popping out babies by that Marley boy, I began to seriously question her judgement. After her unplugged album, or unhinged rather, depending on your reaction, I began to question her sanity.
But now that the multi-talented star who produced a classic album, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, has turned down an interview request from Oprah Winfrey, I think I have reason to be optimistic about how Hill’s story will end.
It’s not that I’m not curious about Hill’s tribulations in the years since her genius debut album, I am. We all are. I would enjoy nothing more than for Hill to have an open field to air her thoughts and reflections. Problem is, Oprah’s field is not a healthy environment for any black celebrity’s confessions because Oprah is now, sadly and regrettably, trafficking in the pathology of crest-fallen Negroes.