LeMisha Fields, one third of the popular 1990s girl group 702 is now homeless, MTO News has learned. Up till now, LeMisha had been living in Las Vegas with her husband Tony, and their two children but yesterday, Tony "kicked" LeMisha out of their home in the middle of the COVID-19 quarantine and now, she's homeless according to the R&B singer.
MTO News spoke with a person close to the couple, who says that Tony and Misha have been arguing a lot lately, especially given their close quarters during the quarantine.
The insider told MTO News, "Eventually Tony had enough, and so did [their son] Tony Jr." The friend claims that the two Tony's asked LeMisha to leave the family home.
It's not clear where LeMisha plans to stay, but she sounds like she's in a very desperate situation now.
Look what she posted on Instagram yesterday:
Here's a pic of her husband:
702 was a popular 1990s R&B group named after the area code of their hometown of Las Vegas, Nevada. The vocal girl group consisting of Kameelah Williams and sisters Irish and LeMisha Grinstead.
Their first released album No Doubt in 1996, sold 500,000 copies in the United States. In 1999 the trio released the most famous 702 song called "Where My Girls At?" on the album 702 which gained a high level of success for the group selling 1,000,000 copies in the United States. For undisclosed conflicting personal reasons with the record label, Kameelah Williams distanced herself from the Grinstead sisters after the release of that album, and was replaced by Cree La'More, a solo singer who Irish and LeMisha personally picked to join the group.
Here's a recent video of LeMisha and her girls: