KciandJojo K Ci and JoJo Reality Tv Show

“Forever My Lady” “Come and Talk to Me” and “All My Life” Jodeci brothers Cedric ‘K-Ci’ Hailey and Joel ‘Jojo’ Hailey are ready to air out their dirty laundry in reality show “Come Clean” on TV One.

While at the top of their career, they were a household name in the 90s, the pair have battled alcoholism which may have led to their fall.

“It’s about time for the world to know what we’re doing and what’s been going on with us,” K-Ci told BlackVoices.com. “And instead of going online, you can look at our reality show and we’re letting you know everything…you can just look at the TV.”  “We’re not ashamed to tell our business,” he added.

The nine-episode series finds the singers living together for the first time in more than a decade as they undergo radical medical treatments, physical training and get the help of Pastor Jamal Bryant in an attempt to stay sober.

‘Come Clean’ will premiere with two back-to-back episodes Oct. 19 at 9 pm EST on TV One.

  1. l.c. says:

    i’m one of kci and Jojo’s biggest fans. These two talented brothers abused a God given talent. I miss hearing their great songs. These dudes cuuld sing. They needed no help from studio equipment. No new artist can touch these two brothers. I hope the Lord gives them a second chance and they make a huge come back. I’m praying for a come back. Leave the drugs alone. Do some good for the world. Let’s do this KCi and JoJO. I will be watching. Show are the haters what God can do.

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