Angie Stone Is BIG MAD After VH1 Snubs Her 1970's Rap Group The Sequence

Angie Stone Blasts VH1 For Snubbing The Sequence

Angie Stone has taken to social media to blast VH1 for snubbing her 1970’s rap group, The Sequence, at Hip Hop Honors on Monday night.

The Sequence consisted of Stone, Cheryl Cook, and Gwendolyn Chisolm. The group is best known for their 1979 hit, “Funk You Up,” which has been sampled by Dr. Dre, Trina, and Ol’ Dirty Bastard.

Prior to the show, Angie expressed her outrage in a press release…especially after the network credited honorees Salt-N-Pepa as the first true female Hip Hop group

Although they made no fuss of previous shows, trusting and believing that their time would come; this time the trio Angie B., Blondy Chisolm, and Cheryl “The Pearl” Cook feels undermined and disrespected and want their voice to be heard.

“They’re honoring ‘female’ Hip Hop legends” said Stone. “We definitely should have been included in the celebration this year for sure!”

Angie’s fussing got the attention of VH1, who asked the ladies to hold tight because they were in for a “special surprise.”

That surprise was their photos being shown on a screen during a tribute to other female Hip Hop stars from the past.

Now, Angie Stone is BIG MAD! She took to her Facebook page on Tuesday morning to blast VH1 again!

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