Xscape’s Tamika Scott battles her sister who allegedly stole $30,000

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Xscape’s Tamika Scott fights sister who allegedly stole $30,000

No Xscaping in this family drama.

In Bravo’s exclusive preview of Page Six’s “SWV & Xscape: Queens of R&B,” Tamika Scott gets into a big fight with her sister and Xscape bandmate LaTocha Scott-Bivens — who she accuses of stealing $30,000.

Tamika, 47, sat down to discuss the matter with her mother, Gloria, who she believes has favored La Tocha, 49, for years.

“Tocha is crushed by you,” Gloria said, to which her younger daughter replied, “No, she’s not.”

Gloria further chides Tamika for talking about a sibling feud with LaTocha’s husband, talent manager Rocky Bivens.

“The only time I talk about him is when he meddles in my business,” Tamika explained in the preview.

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Xscape’s Tamika Scott gets into a heated argument with her sister and LaTocha bandmate Scott-Bivens on their new reality show Bravo.
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Tamika Scott and LaTocha Scott-Bivens pose for a photo at the event
Tamika accused LaTocha and her husband, Rocky Bivens, of stealing $30,000 in music royalties owed to her.
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In a heated confrontation in the first episode, Tamika alleges that LaTocha and Bivens, 50, conspired to cash her checks worth tens of thousands of dollars into his bank account. The couple, meanwhile, vehemently denied the claims.

In our clip, Gloria suggested that Tamika made up a false story to help her “sleep at night,” a comment that annoyed the singer.

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“If I can sleep at night? He’s in my business, he’s taking money from me and my family,” she said angrily. “But can I sleep at night?”

Gloria replied: “Nobody takes your money.”

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Tamika made the allegations during a heated exchange on the premiere of “SWV & Xscape: Queens of R&B.”

Xscape, which also included Kandi Burruss and Tameka “Tiny” Harris, formed in 1991 and first disbanded in 1998. Girl group – Responsible for hits like “Just Kickin’ It” and “Who Can I Run To?” – they reunited in 2001, but hit the pause button again five years later.

However, they reunited in 2017 for a special appearance at the BET Awards, followed by their first Bravo documentary series, “Xscape: Still Kickin’ It.”

In SWV’s new series, the Platinum Four criss-crosses the show as they prepare to join other SWV R&B divas for a historic live show in Ontario, Canada on September 8, 2022.

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Xscape was founded in 1991.
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Xscape posing for a photo at the party
“SWV & Xscape: The Queens of R&B” is the second impromptu Bravo series of the latter girl group.
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The concert is the start of their 43-city tour together to celebrate their 30th anniversary in the industry. As of March 2023, it’s unclear if a tour is still planned.

“It’s tough,” Bruce, 46, told CNN at the “Queens of R&B” premiere in Los Angeles earlier this month. “When filming, our group had many problems to solve, and now there are still problems to solve.”

Tamika said she and La Tocha are in a “worse situation” today than they were when the reality show began production.

However, LaTocha told Page Six that she believes “there’s always hope” that she and her sister will get things right someday.

“SWV & Xscape: Queens of R&B” airs Sundays at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.

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