Former 702 singer and R&B Divas Atlanta star Meelah says 702 didn't just disappear never to be heard from again for no reason. A lot of drama, including issues like management, led to the group disbanding.
"Our break up wasn’t public, we went the political route and swept it under the rug. It seems like we demised, but after the second album we were going through internal changes," Meelah shared in a recent interview with The Jasmine Brand.
Followings hits like "Where my Girls At," Meelah Williams says the group, as a whole, started beefing over a lot, including who would sing lead.
"We were tired, mentally; emotionally a lot of things took a toll. We were young, we started beefing about business issues like management and we couldn’t agree to disagree. I was the lead singer and that was an issue," said Williams. "After the second album, I chose to take a break because it got real ignorant real quick and I didn’t feel like dealing with all that."
Now on "R&B Divas Atlanta" Meelah Williams is stepping out on her own as a solo artist.
"R&B Divas Atlanta" airs Wednesday nights at 10 p.m. on TV One.