After two decades apart, Xscape is returning with good news back to back.
Just recently after announcing their reunion back in February, news also dropped of not one, but two biopics.
However, according to Deadline, only one of those biopics are being fully supported by the 90s girl group.
Xscape will be working with ‘Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta,’ Mona Scott-Young, to tell an accurate depiction of their story, and made it clear that they were in no way affiliated with the upcoming TV One unauthorized biopic.
The group along with Mona’s Monami Entertainment are actively exploring networks to make their small screen debut.
“We are excited to join forces with Mona Scott-Young and Monami Entertainment to bring the real Xscape story to the world,” said Xscape in a statement. “This partnership will allow us to tell our story about our lives the way we lived it. It’s our truth about the rise, the fall, and the return of Xscape. We feel the recent announcement of an unauthorized biopic on our lives is disrespectful and disappointing. We are not, in any way, participating in that project and it will never ‘represent’ our true story.”
“Xscape has had a huge impact on music and are one of the most successful female groups of all time. Monami Entertainment is honored to be charged with bringing the authorized Xscape story to the world,” says Scott-Young.