But I’m still very proud of what we created and our place in black British musical history.” Though it was clear the duo’s relationship had come to an end both personally and professionally, and Stewart felt there were inaccuracies in Ambrosius’s version of events, the skilled spoken word artist says she wasn’t tempted to engage in a public spat with her former friend.
“At the time, I was of the belief that what was supposed to be done, was being done.
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Following the split, questions were asked about what caused the two to end such a successful and much-loved union, but only Ambrosius spoke out, telling The Voice in 2011: “People outgrow each other, people want to move on to pursue different things. Our goal is to be the “Voice of The Community.” We’re glad you took the time to visit our site to meet our Jocks and find out more about our radio programming.WMPR is located in the heart of the community in Jackson, MS.Quite simply, we are WMPR 90.1 Radio, the “Voice of the Community.” It’s been that way for over 30 years.Dating back to 1983, we began as a small radio station around the Tougaloo, Mississippi area.And it was heartbreaking for me to see my friend go along with the ideas of her PR and management who wanted to jeopardise and blacklist me, which is what they did.