Did Pebble’s Daughter Threaten Chilli On Twitter?

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Chilli, Ashley Reid

The Atlanta drama following the airing of VH-1′s wildly popular TLC biopic just keeps on coming.

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After the film aired Monday, scoring 4.5 million viewers and breaking the record for most watched original cable movie this year, Ashley Reid (pictured above right), the daughter of Perri “Pebbles” Reid took to Twitter and defended her mother from accusations made in the film that she swindled the group out of millions of dollars.

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After a series of tweets voicing her displeasure with the film, which she claims is a false representation of her mother, Reid directly tweeted Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas (pictured above left), what some on Twitter perceived to be a threat.

See tweets below:

Pebbles also tweeted that she was dealing with the alleged lies in the film, but Chilli insists that they told the truth:

“It’s not surprising to be she’s doing what she’s doing. But at the end of the day, I know, my group member knows we told the truth. We didn’t lie,” she said.

Stopping by “The Big Tigger Show” on Atlanta’s V-103, Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins and Chilli also addressed Crystal Jones, the original member of TLC who was cut from the group before they achieved success, who has also claimed the movie was false.

Read below from Rolling Out:

“So Crystal, I would be mad if I got kicked out of my own group too and TLC blew up. I would have some harbored feelings so I understand her, so sorry,” T-Boz said. “She put out our movie, trying to sabotage it with a code and put it on the internet. It’s no need for all that.

I’ve apologized for the way things went down,” said T-Boz. “I did bring Pebbles to the table. The way me and Lisa handled it may have not been the best, but I’m not, at 43, after saying sorry, gonna talk about some mess.

“All these scorned heffas need to get over it. Pray about it and grow. Like, get over it!” she said.

“The one thing you can’t take from her, we’ve always said, she helped us out so much. She did a lot for our careerand that you can’t take. But if you’re telling a story and it’s even 20 years ago, you can’t tell someone how they’re perceived situations from their end, how they felt.

That doesn’t take away the good that you did. We’re telling a story of what happened when we were 19 and 20 years old. No, I didn’t appreciate paying a million dollars per name. There are certain things we don’t have to like. You move on from certain people. I’m not a bitter person. I let things go and I move on.”

From the looks of it, controversy surrounding this film won’t be moving on for a very long time.

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