So imagine my surprise when I flipped opened a Sister 2 Sister magazine (September issue) and finally read a Lamman Rucker interview where he shared some of the most intimate details about his life. After reading his interview, I swear I found a new respect for this man. I was in school at the time, just hunting the streets, and I almost found myself in the life that he was in. There's no reason why to this day he wouldn't be playing on Sundays.
As a big fan (however, not as big a fan as Famu Diva! Lamman sat down with Jamie Foster Brown of Sister 2 Sister and gave an in-depth interview on how he dealt with the pain and anger of losing his baby brother to gun violence in the streets of Pittsburgh back in 1992. Nah, but seriously, Lamman ain't playing when it comes to knowing exactly what he wants in a woman. LAMMAN ON HIS BROTHER'S DEATH: 'My brother was killed in 1992. Luckily he's got a beautiful little girl who's doing very well. It hurts my heart all the time to think about all the things that he didn't even have the opportunity to become.
) of Lamman Rucker's, I have read many, many interviews about him, including q-and-a interviews and the interviewers always seem to ask him the same things over and over again. And of course no Lamman Rucker interview would be complete without him giving his two cents on us females and what he expects from his significant other. For those who don't know (or don't read my Lamman posts on the regular) I had to cancel my crush on dude a few years ago after I had a dream about him..in that dream he didn't even want me. The guy that we think was responsible for his murder was also murdered. In a distorted kind of way there are certain times I've almost felt like he was one of the best things that could have happened to me, personally, selfishly. I talk about him and think of him all the time and I can't just begin to articulate how much I miss him. And trust me, I consider one of them in particular, which was dropping everything I was doing.
and later on studied at Carnegie-Mellon University and played on some soap operas.
Career / Awards: Lamma Rucker was nominated for best supporting actor in a comedy series Meet the Browns in 20 for Image Award.
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