Stephanie Mills Reveals Her Memories from Rare TBT Photos with Brother Andre & Their Friends
Stephanie Mills revealed some memories she had from old pictures she took with her brother Andre and their friends, including the late Michael Jackson.
Stephanie Mills appears not only to love singing and writing songs, hanging out with family and friends also seems to be one of the things she has always loved doing.
She took to Instagram on Sunday to refresh the memories of her fans and the public as she recalled some old pictures she took with her brother Andre and their friends.
In one of the pictures, Mills was seen with Andre and their friends having a pleasant time on the grass. Being an old picture, they were all in their afros and had on oversized clothes.
Another picture showed the siblings and a different set of friends, including the late Michael Jackson and his sister La Toya posing beautifully and smiling at the camera.
The pictures brought so much joy to her, and she had to name the friends who were present with her at the time. She wrote as the caption, "That's me, Michael, Latoya, and my brother Andre back in the day."
Mills' post had so many reactions as the public and fans were surprised about how she kept those memories alive. As a singer and songwriter, it made sense that Mills developed love for certain singers, the late legendary pop star, Jackson, being one of them.
Mills further added that Jackson was really misunderstood, which she attributed to his sensitive nature
Her love for the pop star turned into a reality as she shared an intimate relationship with him. During a reported interview, Mills said she dated and thought she was going to marry the late King of Pop.
She further described Jackson's kiss as wonderful, revealing that he was affectionate, very loving, and sensitive. She further added that Jackson was really misunderstood, which she attributed to his sensitive nature.
As an iconic singer, Mills has won a Grammy Award. She is also known as a feisty person and a huge fan of Beyoncé, a fact she has defended with some of her social media utterances.
During an appearance on Power 105.1 FM's "The Breakfast Club," she beamed with pride while sharing her thoughts on Farad's book, "The Adventures of Farad J," which he released in March 2019.