Broadway star Ta’Nika Gibson reveals horrific childhood abuse

Playing the role of Diana Ross and other Motown singers in the Broadway show “Ain’t Too Proud” six nights a week, Ta’Nika Gibson cuts a glamorous figure. But she had a horrific childhood: demeaned, beaten and starved by her adoptive mother. “She used to hit me with telephone cords, curling-iron cords, pots, pans and switches… Continue reading at New York Post