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WESTWOOD, CA - JANUARY 28: Erykah Badu attends Paramount Pictures' "What Men Want" Premiere at Regency Village Theatre on January 28, 2019 in Westwood, California. (Photo by Gregg DeGuire/Getty Images)

Sometimes called the Godmother of Soul Erykah Badu is all about highlighting up and coming artists. She just launched a new livestream series called Too. Sensitive. She created it she says to allow artists to showcase their live show.

Badu is no stranger to using her creative skills. Right after the pandemic, she started hosting a livestream concert series straight from her bedroom. For a $1, fans could view the concert and even participate in a poll to choose what songs Badu would perform. And that’s not all. Badu has also started her own online shopping store called Badu World Market.

Fans can purchase t-shirts, hoodies, footwear, vinyl, and incense she made that smells like her vagina. She told 10 magazine, “There’s an urban legend that my p—- changes men,” she said. “The men that I fall in love with, and fall in love with me, change jobs and lives.”

Oh my.