R&B singer/actress Drew Sidora has renounced any involvement in a federal case against now ex-boyfriend Ricky Brascom and his partner Charles Ransom Jr., owners of Behind Da Scenes Entertainment, the label that promotes Chicago rapper Paypa, after they were indicted for drug trafficking.
As Singersroom previously reported, Sidora was mentioned in the Federal case after she was allegedly heard on the wire tap telling Brascom that she is worried he will be arrested after he told her law enforcement officers seized a haul of cocaine.
A message from the former The Game actress reads: “I live my life believing that when you do good, God continues to bless you. Like many young women who fall in love, we trust our partners and pray that they live a life based on the principles of morality and integrity, I never knew of his activities and as soon as I became aware, the relationship ended. I continue to pray for him and his family and anyone else that was affected by he and his partners actions. Right now, I am focused and overjoyed with happiness of pending motherhood. I will continue to be an advocate for initiatives that promote education, the wellness and stability of our youth, families and communities.”
Drew Sidora is back home in Chicago preparing for one of the biggest roles of her life; motherhood. She is also working on a series of children’s books and children’s educational video series.
In addition, Sidora has been performing various community initiatives, including recently being a spokesperson and volunteer with the Illinois Raise Your Hand initiative, which is a growing coalition of Chicago public schools and organizations associated with or advocating for public education.
Sidora will also star in a new TV series on a major network premiering summer 2011.