Lisa Raye Pens Open Letter Regarding ‘Single Ladies’ Cancellation
After three seasons, VH1 confirmed they gave their scripted series Single Ladies the ax. The women-powered drama followed the lives of fictitious best friends Keisha, April, and Raquel played by Lisa Raye, Charity Shea, and Denise Vasi as they battled between personal relationships, romance and business– often times intertwining all three. The leading lady and one of the original cast members Lisa Raye released an open letter following the show—produced by Queen Latifah’s Flavor Unit Entertainment company— cancellation. It reads:
“All things come to an end. It has truly been a interesting journey for me. Unfortunately that journey has come to an end. Over the past 3 years being apart of a show that showcased the beauty of friendships, the power of loyalty, some amazing trendsetting fashions and steamy romance. It Was really great to give voice and life to every day situations that we as women face doing so in such a positive relatable Manor is what made single ladies so great. To all of my fans I want to thank you for your continued support we wouldn’t have made it this far without all of you. Of course this will not be the end of Lisa Raye please stay tuned for upcoming projects I send peace and blessings to my cast mates for their upcoming endeavors as well. VH1 Cancels ‘Single Ladies’ – Season 3 Will Be Its Last.”
We know it won’t be the last we see of these ladies, but it’s unfortunately shut eyes for their show and we’re happy everyone gracefully bowed out.