N-Dubz’s Fazer has spoken out about his bandmate Tulisa and how what she went through wasn’t “fair” but hinted she might be ready to return to the spotlight
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A former N-Dubz star has said that singer Tulisa is “ready to return to the spotlight after being treated unfairly” – sparking exciting new speculation.
Speak with Closer Magazine, Tulisa’s former bandmate and ex, Fazer, has been candid about what happened to her career “not really being fair.”
He told the publication that his former bandmate is now “picking herself up” because she “would never crawl under a rock and cry forever.”
Fazer opened up about calling herself The Boss for a reason, before adding: “I think we have great things to come from her.”
Back in 2013, the singing sensation-turned-X-Factor judge was arrested on suspicion of supplying Class A drugs.
It happened on a cord by an undercover journalist – he later went to jail for capture.
Tulisa had denied the allegations and the case was later dropped after the judge said they believed the undercover journalist lied to the court.
Tulisa rose to fame in the ’00s and early 2010s with the R&B group N-Dubz – a group she formed with her cousin Dappy and pal Fazer.
Tulisa was a judge on The X Factor from 2011-2012 and became a Groups category mentor in 2011 when she led Little Mix to victory.
Her success continued thereafter and she released her debut single Young.
The track peaked at number one on the UK Singles Chart.
In July 2014, the singer released a full-length documentary entitled Tulisa: The Price of Fame.
The documentary was broadcast on BBC Three and reached more than 600,000 viewers.
Meanwhile, bandmate Fazer recently hinted that an N-Dubz reunion might be in the offing at some point.
He told the Daily Star: “We never said we would never get back together, we always said we would eventually – it’s just about time.”
Fazer then gave fans a glimmer of hope when he said: “There’s a lot of skeptical stuff out there at the moment, but we’ll bring it back eventually.”
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