When the group was disbanded by the D, the I, the D, Babs was one of the three individuals Diddy pretended to see something special in and try to keep on Bad Boy (sounds just like how he did Dawn Richard of Danity Kane). The rant-loving diva and fire-spitter was to be part of a duo with Philly rapper Ness, and take the world by storm. However, the two never released an album under the label, and she eventually parted ways with Diddy and Bad Boy for good.
After the fact, Babs became chummy with other slighted female rappers, including Amil, as well as the very talented Lady Luck and Lady of Rage, and the three women tried to create a rap group called FEM (Females Earning Money). Sadly, that fell through and the Babs is said to be back in Brooklyn creating mixtapes to get her voice heard. There was even word that she was trying to put together another female rap group called The Squad, but there’s no word if those plans actually came to fruition. Even if she doesn’t blow up outside the Da Band, I think we can all agree she held her own with the boys.