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July 26, 2020

Brandy Norwood Glows in a Belted Yellow Tulle Dress While Showing off Her Natural Hair

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Brandy Norwood recently shared an Instagram post, wearing a fashionable, bright yellow tulle dress: “Adding a little yellow to your timeline.”

Brandy Norwood’s recent post boasted of bright colors as she glammed up to promote the dress she wore. The music icon wore an all tulle dress paired with a gold belt and gold cuffs.

The photoshoot was set in a jungle-like location, making the bright yellow dress stand out. Several fans and followers of the singer praised her beauty and style through the comments section.

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A FAMILY OF SINGERS

Having beautiful vocals perhaps runs in Norwood’s family. Her brother, Ray J, is also a singer, and her daughter, Sy’rai, is following in her footsteps.

In April, the 17-year-old released her new single, “At Your Best,” which was produced by Norwood’s nephew, Aaron Smith.

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The proud mom immediately took to social media her support for Sy’rai and asked her followers to “check out my baby girl’s” newest single.

TRAGIC CAR ACCIDENT

In 2006, Norwood was part of a fatal car accident that took the life of a 38-year-old mother-of-two, Awatef Aboudihaj.

Brandy Norwood attends a press event for her return to Broadway's "Chicago" at Sardi's on August 16, 2017 in New York City. | Source: Getty Images

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They claimed that the singer drove “recklessly” before colliding with the victim’s car, causing Aboudihaj’s car to slide into the divider and clash with another vehicle.

The artist remembers the incident as one of the worst things that had happened to her, as it could have placed her behind bars for a year.

The deceased’s parents filed for a $50 million wrongful death suit, followed by another lawsuit on behalf of the victim’s two sons.

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THE FINAL VERDICT

After investigating the incident, prosecutors said that there was not enough evidence to claim Norwood was guilty of the charges made against her.

Although it has been years since the tragic night, Norwood will never forget what had happened because it made her realize that there is a God and he is the only one she could turn to.

Brandy Norwood attends 2018 Urban One Honors at La Vie on December 9, 2018 in Washington, DC. | Source: Getty Images

The artist remembers the incident as one of the worst things that had happened to her, as it could have placed her behind bars for a year.

During the days of her trial, Norwood would turn to God, pray, and put into writing her thoughts and emotions.

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