Well, I've been hearing about this ever since, I like logged on ,and I'm from Chicago, live in Chicago now. Personally, I'm not a big fan of J.Hudson,and I guess she was expecting everybody back home to be excited about her, but they weren't. You can also tell that it hurt her when they didn't sing back, I can only imagine how she felt after words.
Here's how it all went down:
Hudson was in her hometown yesterday as Mayor Richard Daley proclaimed it Jennifer Hudson Day. When Hudson broke into song, she looked to the crowd to sing along with her. "Y'all want to help me out?" she asked. Apparently the answer was "No."
She held out the mic and when no one piped up, Hudson asked, "Where y'all at, Chicago?" Again met with silence, Hudson ended her number with a simple, "Well, that's enough."
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one thing about Chicago is that we don't show each other love, that's why there aren't a lot of successful people out of Chicago, shit look at Kanye,Twista,and Donell Jones. They all are from Chicago, but you barely see them,and when was the last time Kanye stepped up in da Chi, Let a lone Donell Jones ass where he at? I just hope J.Hudson learn from this that everybody isn't going to think your great,even if your in your hometown,because they just there to be there,evidently there was there for J.Hudson.