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Lisa “Left-Eye” Lopes was best known by the world as a singer, rapper and songwriter with the all-girls’ group, TLC.
As early as the age of 5, Lisa could play the piano by 10 and soon began writing songs, forming The Lopes Kids with her younger ones when she was 10.
She became part of TLC at 19 and after personnel and brand changes, the group released Oooooohhh… On the TLC Tip, their debut album in 1992.
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Receiving most of the writing credits on hits by TLC such as Scrubs and Waterfalls earned her 4 Grammy awards amongst numerous others.
Her solo career saw her release 2 albums with a handful of US Top Ten hits such as U Know What’s Up, Not Tonight and Never Be the Same.
Lisa was straight and was famously in an on-and-off relationship with Andre Rison from 1993 until her demise. Their tumultuous relationship even involved Lisa mistakenly burning down his mansion.
She dated Tupac Shakur in 1992 and a man simply named Larry for 2 years from 1997 as well as brief romances with Wanya Morris and Suge Knight.
She was the first child of late Ronald Sr. and Wanda Lopes. Her younger ones are Ronald Lopes Jr. and Raina “Reigndrop” Lopes. She was also close to her uncle, Anthony Lopes.
She adopted an 8-yr old girl she named Snow circa mid-1990s but soon returned her to her mother.
Lisa was raised by her grandparents in the Baptist faith. In her adult years, she dabbled into astrology, numerology and yoga and even sought spiritual help in Honduras from a herbal guru.
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She died on the spot after being involved in a fatal auto-accident. She was the one of the 7 people in the vehicle but she was the only fatal casualty.
Before her death, she had premonitions that demons were after her and that she was haunted by the ghost of a boy that had died by the van she and her assistant were riding in.The concluding lines of her rap on the song Waterfalls are inscribed on her gravestone.