Martin Lawrence Opens Up About Why “Martin” Ended And His Relationship With Tisha Campbell
When you think of the 90's television "Martin" has to be in the conversation!
Martin Lawrence has finally opening up about why his 90's television show "Martin" abruptly ended and now he is ready to tell us WZUP!
During a recent interview with GQ, the Bad Boys For Life star talked about how the show ended was because of the lawsuit Tisha Campbell had against him for alleged sexual harassment in 1997 and refused to participate in season five.
When asked why did the show end Martin replied,
Well, how can I say this? It just was time to end. Let’s just put it that way. It was just, at that time, there was some, um, there were some things that was being said that—
When asked was it about the lawsuit with Tisha Campbell he said "Yeah."
Since the incident Martin and Tisha has reconnected and mended their friendship and Martin would rather not talk about the situation anymore and even Tisha talked about the situation on The Talk and how it gave both of them closure.
Time heals all wounds and I am so happy both of them has found closure.
I would love to potentially see a "Martin" reboot, but in the meantime I'm going to check out Bad Boys For Life this weekend in the theater.