(AllHipHop News) The highly anticipated biography by former Death Row Records R&B queen Jewell Caples has been delayed, according to the singer. The book, My Blood, My Sweat and My Tears, was originally set to be released on October 25, but due to legal precautions, the book was pushed back 30 days.
“The book was delayed 30 days! I had to actually prove some stuff to the attorneys so I wouldn’t get sued,” Caples said in a statement to AllHipHop.com. As revealed in our exclusive interview in August, Jewell’s book is a tell-all, which she implies that some of her former Death Row label colleagues and bosses will not be happy about.
Caples was a fixture at Death Row from 1992-1996, when the notorious record label was home to names like Dr. Dre, Tupac, and eventually, Snoop Dogg. SKG, a female artist signed to the label in the 2000s, has also penned a book, closely titled Blood, Sweat and Tears.
Although the book has been delayed, the soundtrack to My Blood, My Sweat and My Tears was released on iTunes and Amazon.com as scheduled on October 25.