The track “Bebe” is a popular song in the 1980s and 1990s, which has since been used by rock stars such as Pearl Jam and Rage Against the Machine.
The singer was known for her long hair and distinctive facial features, but it has become a topic of conversation lately.
In September, the US House of Representatives passed a resolution in support of Bebe’s right to free speech, which was supported by both Democrats and Republicans.
In response, Bebe released a statement on Twitter in which she said the House of Representative has been “very clear about their lack of respect and the power they have to punish the innocent”.
“I’m proud to have been a part of the ‘No Justice No Peace’ campaign in the 80s and 90s.
I also know that my work is not for sale, and that I will continue to work tirelessly and to be counted on for justice and equality in the world,” she wrote.
Bebe Wood is the only female lead in American music history.
She was born Bebe Wilson in New York City in 1958.
In 2018, the actress Bebe Woods appeared in the BBC series Bebe and the Boys, and in 2017, she co-starred in the feature film Burden of Dreams.
Bebeth Woods is a singer and songwriter who is also a member of the Bebe & the Boys quartet, which formed in 1983.