Watch: Monica Dedicates Performance To Brandy & Aaliyah During Houston Concert “If We Lift Each Other Up, We Can Do a Whole Lot”

Posted July 24, 2018

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Despite the reported ongoing “feud” between Brandy and Monica, Mo has decided to take the high road as it pertains to addressing Bran, at least in public settings.

Monica performed over the weekend at a concert in Houston on Sunday, July 22. During her set, she performed her 1997 hit ‘For You I Will‘ from the ‘Space Jam’ soundtrack. Before kicking the song off, she took a second to dedicate the performance to her fellow sisters in song, who came up with her at the same time in the game including Aaliyah.

“I want to thank my sisters in music. They started out the same time as I did,” she said. She then began by paying homage to the late singer Aaliyah. “How many of y’all love the late, great Aaliyah?” she questioned before the crowd erupted in cheers. “She was just special, one in a million for sure.”

She then took time to show love to Brandy.

“I want y’all to make some noise for the woman – this is the only Grammy I ever won in my whole life, the only time they called a little black girl from the country to the big stage – was with this amazing person, Ms. Brandy Norwood,” she said.

“See, the thing is if we lift each other up, we can do a whole lot,” she urged. “I’m going to do this for my sisters tonight, the one that’s absent and the one traveling around the world doing her thing.”

This move comes after Brandy’s infamous performance at Essence Festival earlier this month where she performed she and Monica’s duet “The Boy Is Mine” but made reference to the song being HERS.

Get into Monica’s performance below.

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