To keep the momentum going, Da Band start to record their second album while still promoting their first. Ness wants to make the new CD more "street" but Sara isn't feeling the "gangsta sh*t." Sara's husband, Tony, arrives to support her. Problem is, her band mates don't like her husband at all. Sara and Tony visit her publicist, Genelle, to talk about her future. Genelle wants to take Sara outside of the "urban realm" and make her a household name, outside of Da Band. Her band mates see her layout in King magazine; Chopper can't stop drooling but Fred thinks it's a little overboard. Babs says it's shady and is even more fired up after she overhears Sara talking about her band mates' smoking in a phone interview with a Christian radio station. Babs doesn't want people to know they smoke (she apparently forgot about the reality TV show she's on). The conflict between Da Band and Sara comes to a head in the studio after Dofat, their album producer, tries to have a quick meeting. He asks Babs' friends to leave and before he can ask Sara's husband Tony to leave Bab's flips out, "How come Tony don't got to leave? He ain't in Da Band." Tony stands up to leave while exchanging some heated words with the worked up Babs Bunny; Sara sits in silence. The shit hits the fan yet again when they meet with their manager, Phil Robinson. He decides that Tony is no longer allowed around Da Band. Everyone except Sara is happy about this news but they still aren't speaking to her. She wishes that they would stop with the "childish stuff and realize that they aren't here to make friends--they are here to make it." Sara goes to talk to Diddy. Surprisingly, he is sympathetic to her woes and invites her to work out with him. He tells her that she needs to toughen up, but at the same time he isn't going to let them step on her. Diddy thinks that Sara has the brightest future out of anyone in Da Band because she has values and a good heart--"that's what takes you into longevity."moreless
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