Rapper Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes is convinced she would still be alive today if her fatal car accident had occurred in the U.S. instead of Honduras, according to TV medium Tyler Henry.
Left Eye died in 2002 when she lost control of a Jeep she was driving on a roadway in Honduras. She was 30.
Henry, a self-described clairvoyant, claims he channeled Left Eye's spirit for an emotional reading for his reality TV show.
TLC band member Tionne 'T-Boz' Watkins was on hand to receive the message from the spirit world. T-Boz is currently promoting a new album with TLC band member Rozonda 'Chilli' Thomas.
The Hollywood Medium show featuring T-Boz and Left Eye is set to air one month before the surviving TLC members release their final self-titled album.
"She's having me acknowledge that, if this (accident) had happened in a different country, this wouldn't have happened," Tyler told T-Boz. "'I wouldn't think that this would happen to me in the (United) States,'" Henry quoted Left Eye as saying.
According to Tyler, Left Eye sees the positive in the accident, reports Entertainment Tonight.
"She's just happy, from her perspective, that no one else was killed in this incident," he continued. "She's more focused on others and their well-being."
via WENN.com -- Recalling the details of the tragedy, singer T-Boz responded, "There were eight people in the car. She's the only one who died. Everybody could've (died)... A lot of people got hurt, bad (sic). But she's the only one who didn't make it."
The TLC episode of Hollywood Medium airs in the U.S. on Wednesday, just over a month before the surviving No Scrubs hitmakers release their final, self-titled album.
The TLC project, which was funded by fans on Kickstarter, will be T-Boz and Rozonda 'Chilli' Thomas' follow-up to 2002's 3D, which featured vocals Left Eye had recorded before her untimely passing.
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