Stacey Dash was once of the most amazing actresses of all time with her amazing skill set when it came to acting. Unfortunately, one thing led to another, and the actress became a torn in people’s flesh. She headlines several controversial topics on social media, and many of her views on political subjects, did not sit well with most of her fans.
Before things became awkward with the actress, Dash was loved and appreciated by everyone because she was; in simple terms, unique.
Not only was Dash loved throughout the industry, she was also one of the most recommended actress and model in the industry. Everyone just wanted to work with Dash, but that may not be how they feel anymore.
Aside from Dash’s movie career hitting a pause, she also had a spectacular romance history. Anyone who sees Dash, will no doubt be swayed by her beauty and elegance, so it is not surprise that she became the love interest of a prolific R&B singer back in the day.
During her amazing years, Dash got entangled with Christopher Williams, who is often referred to as the R&B bad boy. The relationship started off as an amazing one, but in no time, things began to get complicated.
Now, you may be wondering who is Christopher Williams and how important was he to R&B in the 80s and 90s. Well, this is your chance to find that out.
Williams came from a family of music and it s no surprise that he decided to walk down that path too.
His aunt was the one and only Ella Fitzgerald and he also had a cousin known as Al B Sure. Williams was born and bred in the Bronx part of New York City, and it did not take time for him to start dabbling into music. His interest in music continued to grow, especially when he knew that street life was not the best life for him.
Williams has a choice to be like most kids in his hometown, but he decided to chase his most important dream, which is music.
Williams broke the record for being the first person from his area to land a record deal with a rock and roll company known as “Geffen.” Williams was quite unique to the record label because unlike other artists, he had a concentrated barrier one voice that was special in every way.
In no time, Williams started getting his audience although people often compared him to Bobby Brown. In 1991, Williams landed his first movie gig titled “New Jack City.” After this, he released his first biggest track titled “I’m Dreamin.”