Former “Hot” Celebrity From 90s R&B Group Looks a “Hot Mess” Now


It can be devastating when your dream crush begins to look more like your father instead of the handsome, youthful, chiseled man you fell in love with. Fans of the 1990s R&B group Color Me Badd were stunned to see recent photos of the group’s lead singer/former sεx symbol Bryan Abrams.

Abrams, who showed up to court pushing a walker and looking like he has tripled his weight since leaving his singing career behind, pleaded guilty to one count of domestic abuse in April 2012, according to a local news website. In case you’re wondering how he was punished for his behavior, he was ordered to perform community service and get counseling for domestic abuse and substance abuse issues. The victim, his wife Kimberly Frazier, said she was punched in the face during an argument in the couple’s south Oklahoma City home. She also stated that she was “also hit in several places that caused injuries to her neck and thigh.”

Color-Me-Badd-lead-singer-Bryan-Abrams-on-a-walker-in-court-for-domestic-abuse-charges-jemblog-dot-comAbrams’ attorney, Matt Swain, defended his client’s demise. He claims Abrams hasn’t fulfilled the terms of his probation because he has been plagued by health problems over the past few years. He added that his client has been trying to lose weight and recently had hip surgery, which explains why he showed up to court on a walker. “But he wanted everyone to know that he’s sober, he’s trying to get his life back together right now,” Swain said. “The health problems he’s had … have kind of derailed his life.” While Abrams sported his walker in front of the judge, he was seen racing up the steps outside of the courtroom and dragging his walker along. After photographers spotted him, he picked up the walker again in an attempt to relieve himself of any false injury suspicions. Just five days after his court appearance, Abrams tweeted: “Just wanna let you know as of today, I am walking with no cane, no limp & NO PAIN!! Oh it’s on now!”

Abrams and three other Oklahoma City residents were founding members of Color Me Badd, which rose to stardom in the early 1990s with hits like “I Adore Mi Amor” and “All 4 Love.” Color Me Badd’s debut album sold millions of copies and their song “I Wanna Sεx You Up” was featured in the film “New Jack City” during a love scene.


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