The star declared that the stand, on the heels of her public split from Sean Combs, was an effort at therapy and to right wrongs done by others
The US singer and actress Tiffany – best known for her 1998 No 1 hit, Tiffany – said on Monday that she had apologised to her fans during her concert after cursing a section of the audience.
She explained that she “got off script, made a couple of mistakes … But then I realised and it is a blessing to have a boomerang. And I am going to put that boomerang back up”.
Tiffany said on Saturday night that fans had chosen to make her “sing through tears. I can’t go back and make it right, but I am going to try to heal some of the wrongs that were done to me, to other performers and to me in the past.”
The Grammy award-winning singer was appearing in the video for Yo! MTV Raps in 1988 when she did a “dramatic audition” for the show, according to the Daily Mail.
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She later appeared on Bad Boy: The Next Generation in 1991 and later earned a Grammy nomination for her cover of Boyz II Men’s On Bended Knee. After her own label failed to sign her, she recorded for Virgin and eventually found success on I Love New York. Tiffany’s 1992 album, Wildflowers, spawned three top-10 hits, including the No 1 single Don’t Be A Menace To South Central While Drinking Your Juice In The Hood, later remixed with Prince.
In 2014, she agreed to buy her record label, G-Unit Records, following reports of its financial woes.
On Monday, she was headed to perform for some 23,000 fans at New York’s Madison Square Garden, after postponing her Sunday performance in New York and Philadelphia due to an ailment and a last-minute change to her set list.
“The set-list was changed to accommodate new material and I am extremely excited to perform to my fans tomorrow,” she said in a statement.