Looks like R&B singer Lil' Mo is ready for a change in her life because she's made the decision to put the microphone down and focus on becoming a lawyer.
"Today has been one of those days," she wrote on Instagram. "I usually hold it all together. But when it's so much going on inside it's hard to suppress something you have been wanting to do. I've given 20 years plus to being Lil' Mo. I'm going to give you all new music and a new TV show in 2019. We pushing for January."
If that wasn't enough, sis then spilled the shocking news about her new career choice.
"Then after that, it's time to be Cynthia Dargan," she explained. "I've always wanted to be a lawyer! The time is now. I'll use my influence to be great. Pray for my family and I. This is a decision I've been waiting to make but the time has come.
Now it's not known if Lil' Mo has signed up for Law School, but it's nice to see a sister out here chasing her dreams.
She continued, "I'm bout to be somebody lit-ass attorney. I can't wait."
Lil' Mo will definitely be stepping away for a while, telling fans that she will be in the books for about ten years to get in the zone.
According to Page Six, she's following in the footsteps of Kimora Lee Simmons, Tyra Banks, Swizz Beatz, who have gone back to school to further their education, and I'm here for that!