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29), BET aired the 2015 Soul Train Awards, which included a number of stars paying tribute to big names in R&B and soul.
She currently works as an attorney, but does not belong to a law firm or is not known for her craft – Instead, people recognize her more as a housewife and a socialite.
Early Life Threatt was born Nicole Kendra Plotzker on January 1, 1970.
She grew up in the entertainment business, being surrounded by famous personalities.
Not much is known about her childhood, or her life before she became famous.
Fantasia was also among those who performed, giving live renditions of Whitney Houston’s “Exhale (Shoop, Shoop)” and White’s 1988 womens’ empowerment anthem, “Superwoman.” Following the performance, White hopped on Facebook to address her absence and concerns from fans. Everybody else was there, we wanted to see you.' "Good question, I don't know," White said.
"I just want you guys to know I think Fantasia did an incredible job.
Introduction Nicole Threatt, who also goes by the name Nicole Young, is an American showbiz personality.
“I’ve been getting bombarded with questions from fans, family, friends… She also took the opportunity to call out the awards show for not offering her the opportunity to perform. It’s really just the fact that Kenny [Babyface] wrote the song and Karyn White made it a hit.
people just calling [saying], ‘Karyn, why weren’t you on the show? "I never got a call from [Babyface] or BET or Centric, or Soul Train music affiliates, nobody.” she added. Maybe they don’t know I’m back in the entertainment industry.” White followed up giving props to Fantasia.