The groups 1987 album, Heart Break, featured a more adult and included the hit singles Can You Stand the Rain. That time he was booted out and replaced by Johnny Gill. He has often told in an interview that he has regretted the most about this incident for his whole life. He is expected to be a gay and was rumored to be in a gay relationship with superstar comedic actor Eddie Murphy.Moving to his personal life, has never been married. However, there were no any proofs to support the rumor.Edmonds, who is under a gag order not to reveal Eddie's dirty secrets, all but ripped the shroud of secrecy from Eddie and Johnny's relationship when she said - and I quote - As previously reported, Gill was asked to comment on reports that Murphy's mother Lillian got into a heated argument with Edmonds' mom during the former couple's "spiritual ceremony" near Bora Bora.
His childhood friend, singer Stacy Lattisaw, helped Gill to record a demo that got him a record deal in 1983 when he was 16.
He attended many schools in her studying periods like Kimball Elementary, Sousa Junior High, and Duke Ellington School of the arts.
After that, he planned to attend college to pursue a degree in electrical engineering.
However, he decided instead to focus on his singing career.
Gills took fame took another leap when, in 1987, when he was recruited by Michael Bivins to move New Edition.
His deep, distinctive voice helped the group forge a more sound that proved timely as the group members were nearing their twenties. These days, New Edition is best known as the occasional home of Bobby Brown, who out of the group since the mid-80s.She’s pretty damn cute, but Eddie is not fooling anyone!!! But maybe hearing it come out of Gill's mouth on syndicated radio was the trigger that set Tracey off.Eddie's ex-fiancee called Tom Joyner personally to air her side of the story on the allegations made by Eddie's BFF Gill - who shares a home with Murphy.As if that wasn't enough, Tracey also fired off a press release to the national media denying the allegations made by Johnny Gill in a radio interview.And she said, ‘I never doubted you.’ She thanked me.