“For me and my sister, we gon’ get it together. I’m reaching out. I don’t have the answers. I found out about a $30,000 allegation when I watched TV with y’all,” LaTocha said in the video. “Did I take my sister’s money? I did not.”
The now-gospel singer said she’s ready to provide proof to refute the accusations coming from her sister.
“We were going through so much 10, 11 years ago together as a family,” Scott said. “It was one of the things that—I can’t lie—we were both at our lowest. We didn’t have money. We all lived with my mother … So, when you talk about $30,000 that I don’t know anything about, all I said is ‘can we get clarity about it?’ During that time, we were both helping one another, I just need clarity. ‘Cause I have my receipts and you have yours.”
Still directing her message at her sibling, Scott said the pair “need to sit down as sisters and not go through this on social media.”
“We need to sit down and figure out what this is ’cause we can get through anything, but we have to communicate … I’ve been convicted of being a thief, and I don’t even know what you’re talking about,” she said.
Scott continued to plead with her sister, saying “Whatever it is, Tamika, we can resolve it.”
“This is not nothing that we need to perpetuate and continue to move and make people feel a way. This is us,” she said. “We sisters. We’ve never not been able to talk about anything, not ever … I want my family back.”
While she denies the allegations, Scott is still asking her sister to forgive her.
“I apologize to you, Tamika, if I didn’t hear you. If I didn’t hear your voice. I’m sorry,” she said. “I’m trying my best to make it. I’m trying to weather storms in my own personal life. I’m not tryna negate how y’all’s feelings are; I have to still have peace within … but when y’all see me looking like this, I’m in my feelings and I’m in my feelings when it comes down to my family.”
The 49-year-old artist said the pair need to ignore the public inputs and focus on resolving their dispute.
“I love my sister. Can’t nobody else come talk about it. Don’t call me talkin’ about my sister,” she said. “Don’t text me talkin’ about my sister. Do not DM me talkin’ about my sister because we’re going through this. It’s just the fact that we’re in the public eye …Don’t judge us. Pray for us.”