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While she sits in her Atlanta home, reminiscing about her days in sunny California where winter doesn't exist, she recounts her time with Destiny's Child, her life in the entertainment industry at 18 years old and embracing a solo career but loving the camaraderie of group situations. From when you first stepped into the industry to now, do you have any regrets or things you wish you could do differently? I was already interested in [that], and taking a few classes for it.Now she's heading into the end of 2015 with a new single, "Magic & Make Up." The song is both introspective and relatable with lyrics that hit home. The song is a reflection in itself of moments in my life. There’s nothing that I would want to do over in my career. I’ve definitely thought about taking some classes, especially now since we have all this online [stuff]... When police arrived, Farrah was apparently asked how much she’d had to drink and is said to have responded by saying, ‘not enough’.After her arrest, police reportedly found marijuana on her and charged her with possession as well."They only show you what they want to, ain't always reality," she sings. They see the three minutes of the video; they don’t see the two days of shooting or 32 hours [of work]. Since you mentioned Destiny's Child, what made you decide to place an old photo of the four of you together in your new video? I would think that’s why my director put it in there. [They] didn’t handle things properly [is] how I was feeling. I even have an Instagram page called @Sexy Chef Farrah. In my personal life, I kind of wish I would have went to college. Read on as she opens up to The Boombox about her new music, what life would be like if music was never an option and her storied past. Being women and we have to go through the tugging the pulling the pressing the hair, [but] at the end of the day we just want to find someone that’s gonna love us for us. It’s a job like anything else, [but] what people don’t see a lot of the time is when the cameras aren’t rolling when someone is acting or dancing or onstage or whatever entertainment someone does -- those are usually private moments, and sometimes people are fortunate enough to get those and sometimes [they] take advantage of those situations. A lot of people want to know what happened between you and Destiny's Child? Things were going well in 2000, then everyone was like, "What happened to Farrah? I was 18 years old, so I didn’t have that many people I could go to for advice and talk to. If music and entertainment no longer become an option, what career path would you want to play out?
Her mugshot was released hours after the incident, which is said to have occurred at around 3am on Thursday morning after she got into an argument with a male friend outside a gym.
It's been 15 years since Destiny's Child fans said hello and goodbye to Farrah Franklin. train when she was cast as an extra in the group's 1999 video for "Bills, Bills, Bills." At the time, she was in a group of her own called Jane Doe, but that seemed to be going anywhere but up.
She was the sixth member to join the Houston-bred quartet after Le Toya Luckett and La Tavia Roberson were dismissed after their two-year stint with Destiny's Child -- the group initially formed in 1990 as Girl's Tyme, but was signed to Columbia Records under their famed sobriquet in 1996 -- and Michelle Williams secured the first newly opened spot. So when Mathew Knowles offered Farrah a place in what's now known as America's highest-selling girl group, the only thing to say was, "Yes!
Even though it’s not as long as you would have hoped, you still got an amazing opportunity. I’ve been in Atlanta now for about a year, and I’ve been working on songs for maybe six or seven months.
Are you grateful for the experience that was given to you?