Gyant on BET had the opportunity to catch up with Island Def Jam’s Brutha this past weekend on their media blitz in Atlanta. And the modern day Jackson [in terms of being family], talked about their new album “Vacancy,” the passing of their mentor Shakir Stewart, and the embarrassing online sex tape that made the blogs.
For those who can’t watch:
Brutha was shocked and saddened by the death of Shakir Stewart and felt like their biggest fan, and championed executive essentially abandoned them.
Vacancy is sexual album geared for the ladies.
The group, particularly Anthony Harrell, denies any sex tape, and insists that the illicit sex tape on the internet isn’t him.
For more on this story, go to Gyantunplugged.com . “Vacancy” hits stores soon.