Don’t feel sorry for Angela Bofill. That is the message you get in the July 2 episode of TV One’s new season of “Unsung.” The statuesque New York-born Latina diva is credited as one of the singers who created the Quiet Storm movement. Despite two devastating strokes in January 2006 and July 2007, Bofill says she’s never been happier. Though the stroke has affected her speech, walk and voice, Bofill laughs heartily recounting her past as a singer and songwriter as well as the joy she finds in her life now.
“I’ve never been happier,” Bofill says. She lives in L.A. with her younger sister who helps
take care of her, and her daughter is five minutes away. Her grandson, she says, is the joy of her life. “I can chill out now. Before it was madness every week – running, running and never a break. I prayed to God that I needed a break and he literally answered me with a stroke. Boom! Next time I’ll be more specific and ask for a break in Jamaica,” she laughs.
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