Tevin Campbell is one of the newest artists to be featured in Jaguar Wright videos. The R&B singer caught some wind of her comments and said he is not on board with what she said about him.
Since August, Wright has been naming various singers and rappers as victims or criminals in the industry, but Campbell decided to challenge her.
Tevin Campbell became famous as a teenage singer
Named one of Quincy Jones ‘protégés, Campbell was discovered at the age of 11 and appeared on Jones’ Back on the block project when he was 13. From there, his talents attracted the attention of the Prince who also brought the young singer under his wing.
In the ’90s, Campbell sang on Prince’s Graffiti Bridge soundtrack, he released his first album, and went platinum with two studio projects. Known for the songs “Can we talk,” “Tell me what you want me to do,” and “I’m Ready,” Campbell became a teenager and over the years, has been an R&B legend.
Although he hasn’t played live often in recent years, he’s still held in high esteem by fans. He is now 43 years old.
Why Campbell plans to take Jaguar Wright to court
Wright, who hails from Philadelphia, is a singer and considered a member of the OkayPlayer team that included artists such as The Roots, Jazzyfatnastees, and Common. She appeared on the RealLyfe Productions vlog and talked about children’s stars in the music industry and gave up Campbell’s life and career.
She introduced Campbell who grew up and engaged in prostitution. “How is a boy with a voice like that – who had the records he had that could have been transformed into one of the greatest speakers who ever fought for drugs and change on Hollywood Boulevard? Wright said.
In a deleted tweet now caught on the Imperial vlog, Campbell wrote a reply. “According to Jaguar Wright I was a sex worker on Hollywood Blvd. This is called online debugging. Carry out. No. Test. TEVIN My lawyer is on deck. I would take that YouTube vid down if I were you. ”
Wright has made claims about Alicia Keys, The Roots, Diddy, and others
Wright went viral several times for her comments about music industry veterans such as Alicia Keys, Mary J. Blige, The Roots, Common, Diddy, Whitney Houston, and Jill Scott.
In August, Wright said Summer Walker appeared to have been sexually abused in her lifetime, forcing the singer to respond on social media and reject the claims. Wright later issued an apology.
She accused Common of sexually assaulting her and then apologized to her boyfriend, Tiffany Haddish, for telling the story.
Wright has called Keys home and has made claims about Blige’s sexuality and personality in several videos posted on social media. She has also filed charges against Clive Davis, Brandy, Black Thought, and Diddy.
On YouTube, Wright’s “rants” attract hundreds of thousands of views, but not many artists respond to her in public. In one Post Instagram, she persuaded some of those she mentioned in her claims to sue if she is lying.