After leaving the music scene some years ago, Philadelphia based singer songwriter Jazmine Sullivan paid her first ever visit to The Breakfast Club and bared it all, speaking on what sparked her hiatus, as well as some new transitions. As far as her singing career, Sullivan revealed that a major catalyst for her disappearance was a tumultuous past relationship which was very physically and mentally abusive. She alleges that at one point she was smacked in her ear and lost hearing for a brief period, which was what prompted her to part ways.
On a more lighter note, the singer did spill on her love of ratchet reality shows ala ‘Love And HipHop’ and ‘Bad Girls Club’, which inspired the title of her new album ‘Reality Show’, which is out now, saying that her new work is her reality. In an interesting twist of events, her first single from the project ‘Dumb’, featuring fellow Philly native Meek Mill was overshadowed considering it was released the same day the now infamous JAY Z-Solange elevator video was released. Check out the full interview above.