I learned that night that she had been trying to get away for some time but was worried about breach of contract repercussions." "While mother and I were unpacking Tammi's things in the basement my mother discovered a blue, silk oriental dress. We learned that Tammi's abuse was extensive and that this tragic incident involved an umbrella with horrific results.
It was called a Kimono and James had bought it for Tammi. Raynoma Gordy Singleton reveals in her book, "Berry, Me and Motown." In 1959, Raynoma was Berry Gordy's girlfriend, pictured above.
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She told the promoter, after some rest, she would be okay, she just had a severe headache (brain tumor).
After Diana Ross left the Supremes in 1970, Tammy was being considered to replace her but due to her illness and her preference to remain a solo artist, Motown abandoned the idea.
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Like Raynoma, Claudette couldn't stand Margaret either.
When they entered the bowling alley, they see Berry, Smokey and Margaret.
Raynoma planned to bash the handle of her gun into Margaret's face, she raised her hand to strike but a pair of strong arms locked around her from behind. I screamed "let me go," as Margaret ran down the street for her life. Shortly after this incident, Berry and Raynoma divorced.
Source: "Berry, Me and Motown," by Raynoma Gordy Singleton According to Rick James: I became close with singer Jimmy Ruffin.
When I was staying at the Lee Plaza, I met this cute white girl from Toronto. She stayed at the Lee Plaza with another girl, who was seeing Jimmy at the time. Jimmy was married at the time with kids, so his affair was very discreet.
One day, Jimmy told me his girl wanted to go work for him and he asked me, how would I like it if my girl worked too. Well, I knew nothing about pimping and I don't think Jimmy did either. We made good money, but I thought the whole experience was too inhumane for me.
She was also a Motown songwriter, background singer, arranger and producer and she helped start Motown records.