Robbie Montgomery, 80, Praised by Fans for Looking Youthful While Singing in Her New Music Video
At 80, Robbie Montgomery still gets praises from her fans over her sweet voice and youthful looks. See how she attracted numerous comments in her new music video.
Reality TV star and singer Robbie Montgomery amassed fame due to her singing abilities as she served as one of the backup singers for the group, Ike & Tina Turner Revue.
Her prominence continues to grow even though she is already an 80-year-old lady. This is due to her ability to retain her singing talent, appear youthful, and offer entertainment to her audience through her "Welcome to Sweetie Pie's" show.
In a recent promotional clip that featured her new song, the songstress looked half her age, radiant and chic in her makeup, blonde wig, and colorful outfits.
Montgomery sang passionately and gesticulated vigorously while chanting the chorus, "Ain't my stuff good enough?" The accompanying caption read:
"Have you seen the official video for " Ain't My Stuff Good Enough"? Click the link in my bio."
After viewing the post, many fans applauded the ageless beauty for releasing such a tasteful song. They also pointed out that she looked stunning and young. One person quipped: "Ms. Robbie You are too fly!! I love your style God bless you Queen."
Apart from making good music, Montgomery has a remarkable personality that is admired and talked about by fans, families, and friends.
The death was painful as Andre's dad, her son, had passed away in 1997 when his son was still a toddler.
During an interview, superstar Tina Turner, a former close friend to the reality TV actress, told an outlet about their perfect friendship.
Turner, who confessed that she missed her pal, said Montgomery supported her immensely through the dark times, especially when she was still an "Ikette," a backup singer for Ike & Tina Turner Revue.
The former best friend added that there were times when she didn't have money, and Montgomery would always loan her some.
When the reality TV star heard about the sweet comments, she became emotional and opened up about their irreplaceable friendship while maintaining her joy of being a precious memory of someone's past.
Montgomery continues to influence many through "Welcome to Sweetie Pie's" which features her entire family and shows how the soul food restaurant is run. Sadly, this same woman has suffered from a tragic event.
In 2016, her grandson, Andre, died after falling victim to an alleged murder-for-hire plot in his hotel room. The death was painful as Andre's dad, her son, had passed away in 1997 when his son was still a toddler.
In a recent hearing, the authorities revealed that it was a plan cooked up by his uncle James Timothy Norman and a lover to retrieve the $200,000 cash stolen by the deceased from his grandmother.
The family still grieves the death of their loved one and tries to deal with the pain, while Montgomery is hell-bent on making sure that justice is served.
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