But a lot of them just ain’t healthy for you.” This piece of advice also happens to apply towards all walks of life, music included.Their troubled and equally talented souls notwithstanding, we all know couples like this. In 1993, the violently passionate performance of their duet, “I Don’t Wanna Do Anything Else,” on reverberated greatly.

“That was a cool relationship it was fun,” said Dalvin.

And then, K-Ci started to reminisce about double dates with Mary and T-Boz, but Dalvin wasn’t with it.

“Man I’m not talking about T-Boz and Mary stories up here man [laughs].” Their interview was filled with plenty of other gems.

An old head once told me, “A lot relationships are just like your favorite foods. With Bobby Brown’s presence, or lack thereof, at his ex-wife’s funeral the unfortunate talk of the entertainment world at the moment, we’re reminded of the controversy that was his time with Whitney Houston as the generation’s most tumultuous celebrity union.

And K-Ci, by far one of the signature deliveries of the decade, both church strong and street-corner sharpened.

There’s something about struggle and progress because without the other, neither would amount to much a damn. The students of Puffy’s industry tutelage put everything on front street for the world to hear, resulting in paramount moment in ’90s R&B history.

Given the way Whitney and Bobby’s story came to a close, knowing the book of Mary and K-Ci never actually had the chance to complete writing itself, we’re probably all better off in the long run.

When it comes to tumultuous celebrity relationships, Mary J. ”I remember one night in London she came up on stage and snatched the mic from my hand.

Blige and Cedric “K-Ci” Hailey definitely make the list. She told this girl in the front row, ‘B-tch, don’t you ever touch my man again.’ I couldn’t take that no more.