Little Richard Says "THEY" Made Him Flamboyant For FAME?
What yall think? Little Richard was interviewed by David Letterman. He was known as the architect of rock and roll. He was extremely flamboyant and grew up in the South which was deeply racist at that time. He got caught up in Fame, hard drugs, and a very dangerous lifestyle. Imagine what it was like back in the '60s coming out and saying he was gay. Our country was very different way back then. He got sober, and everything about his life changed. If you listen to the full interview it's very interesting, the song at the end "one day at a Time" brought me to tears. Little Richard left us with a legacy of music and others that he helped along the way. His sober demonstration and faith were incredible!
I remember that I saw him on an episode of Full House.ReplyDelete
Despite all the influences, he made his own personal choices.ReplyDelete
Some people are unable to own their mess. It’s easier to make it appear as if it’s someone else.Delete
Right! He is not gay anymore! He is DEAD!!ReplyDelete