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She served the entirety of her sentence at the Federal Detention Center, Philadelphia in Center City, Philadelphia.
She was released on July 3, 2006, after serving approximately 12 months.
The Naked Truth did not sell as well as her previous works, it only managed to reach a Gold certification by RIAA. The second single, "Whoa" was released on February 17, 2006. The show became the highest rated premiere in BET history, averaging 1.9 million viewers.
She said that her prison sentence left her with no time to promote the project. In May 2006, Debbie Harry released a song in tribute to Jones called "Dirty and Deep" in protest of her conviction.
The same year Jones was featured on the remix of "Naughty Girl" by Beyoncé.
In December 2004, Jones began recording a pilot for a VH1 reality show titled 718 Makeover. A, she testified not to have known they were at the scene. District Court, to twelve years in federal prison as part of plea bargain in which he admitted to firing at least twenty rounds during the incident.
The song was part of the soundtrack to the Martin Lawrence movie Nothing to Lose, nominated for a Grammy Award, and certified Platinum. That same year, she launched her own label Queen Bee Entertainment.
The music video for The Naked Truth first single, "Lighters Up", was number one on BET's 106 & Park for two weeks. The song was available for free from her official website.
"Lighters Up" was a Top Ten hit on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart. The Dance Remixes, her first compilation album was released on June 6, 2006.
In her teens, Jones would freestyle rap, heavily influenced by actress/singer Diana Ross, and fellow female hip-hop artists like MC Lyte and The Lady of Rage. Throughout her career, Jones has sold over 15 million albums and 30 million singles worldwide as a solo artist, and a further 8 million records with Junior M. 2 on the Hot Rap Tracks chart), "I Need You Tonight" (No. The song was successful, becoming Jones third consecutive top 10 hit in Germany after her number 5 hit "Lady Marmalade".
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