SWV’s Cheryl “CoKo” Gamble revealed that she wasn’t a fan of the group’s hit song “Weak” and did everything she could not to record the track.

Together, Gamble and her groupmates Tamara “Taj” Johnson and Leanne “LeeLee” Lyons are one of the biggest girl groups of the ’90s era. Outside of their many accolades, the trio has sold over 11 million albums, according to Distractify. Their momentum hasn’t slowed down throughout the decades as they still tour regularly and perform at festivals, events, award shows and more because their classic records are beloved by so many.

While appearing on the We Sound Crazy! podcast, Gamble and Johnson were asked about the tracks on their debut album, It’s About Time. Upon its 1992 release, the trio felt the music was strong but didn’t know it would make the impact it did and go double platinum.

Gamble immediately shared her dislike for the song and said, “Oh no, I hated ‘Weak.'” She went on to share part of the reason was also due to her age. “I didn’t get it. I didn’t understand it. I didn’t want to understand it. I didn’t want to hear it. I didn’t want to sing it,” she said. “That song, they could have flushed it in the toilet.”

Johnson felt the total opposite about the song and chimed in: “Could you imagine? What if they’d listened to her,” she asked.

Gamble was so repulsed by the song that she disclosed some of the dramatic antics she did at the studio to boycott the song being included on the LP. “[I] locked myself in the bathroom. They had to call my mama to get me out. ‘Weak’ was not it for me … I think at that young age, I just really did not understand it. I didn’t get it, the way he wanted me to approach the song. I was a church girl.”

She was outnumbered and SWV ended up recording the song. When the single came out, it climbed the charts, reaching the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in July 1993.

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