Phew! Moesha stars Brandy Norwood and Countess Vaughn have kissed and made up, and thus everything is looking good for one of our favorite 90s sitcoms.
Yes, after an almost 18-year-old feud, Vaughn—who played Kimberly Parker on the show—decided to pen an open apology to her former co-star on Instagram over the weekend.
"We been threw are ups and downs , high and lows ... But at the end of the day I had to learn in find myself," Vaughn wrote beside a photo of Norwood. "Why not be friends when we're both talented, Why call you names when your just an amazing person."
She added, "I'm proud of you for being you and working to rise to the best you inside of you. You are an amazing being with amazing God-given capacity. I believe in who you are and who you are working to be. We are all works-in-progress. One of life's purposes is to improve on the wiring under the hood of our lives."
Vaughn noted that she believes her and Norwood to be "spiritual siblings" and wants to move forward in a positive direction.
"I apologize for anything Negative I've ever done are said to you," she wrote. "Sorry this had to be on social media , I just want the world to see that I've grown out of my comfort zone…I didn't do this for applause, because we all know that some people don't believe celebrities to be ‘human,' but this came from a very human place. No matter how or if she respond know that the Universe will continue to bring me growth and happiness because that is what im putting out there."
She concluded, "Congratulations on every thing you've accomplished... Love you beautiful."
Norwood was very appreciative for the kind note and quickly responded. She commented, "My heart is touched right now. You are beautiful to me. Always have been and always will be! … Without you, Moesha would not have lasted as long as it did. I love you."
She also took to Instagram to show her appreciation. "@countessdvaughn we still here!!!" She wrote beside a throwback photo. "Thank you again for your heart today."
The feud between the two actresses originally started while filming the show in 1998. Vaughn told VIBE magazine at the time, "She's called me a bitch to my face. She said, 'I'm the reason why the show is successful, bitch' in front of a lot of people. And I looked at her like, 'Wow.' I couldn't say nothing about her because I wasn't about to. She knows. She wakes up and looks at herself in the mirror and gets disgusted. I don't."
Glad to see those days are behind them!