She got emotional when recalling her childhood in Robbins, Illinois, and admitted that her book “I Don’t Belong to You: Quiet the Noise and Find Your Voice” reveals a lot of the tragedies she endured as a youth before moving to Los Angeles to pursue acting.
According to her,
“So many people watch my career and sit back and think they can’t do the things I can do because they think I came from a privileged lifestyle,” she said.
“I’m trying to let y’all know immediately, I’ve been through some s–t. Some real s–t, ya’ll. I didn’t come from glitter and glow.”
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