Lisa Rodríguez aka Karla The Actress On 'Next Friday' Says She's Broke And Homeless
Ya'll Remember Karla From Next Friday? Guess What She Is Doing Now...SHOCKING
Lisa Rodríguez reveals the 19 year old classic Movie 'Next Friday' made it on Nexflix however she mentioned that she's currently broke and homeless. Lisa Rodríguez has linked her GoFundMe account on Instagram Bio.
"I'm on Netflix on the cover #nextfriday broke and famous and homeless great"
John Witherspoon Says He & Chris Tucker Were Only Paid $5K For The First Friday Film
At present, there are discussions about the possibility of a fourth and final film in the Friday franchise, Last Friday. One year ago, Friday co-writer DJ Pooh told Drink Champs that the film script is in the works, “Me and [Ice] Cube haven’t worked together in a while, but we’re working on Last Friday…we’re working on Last Friday.”
Chris Tucker Confirms Rush Hour 4 & Speaks About Whether He’ll Do Last Friday
“[Friday cost] $2 million [to make]; we got paid $5,000 a piece to do that movie,” states the actor, who went on to star on The Wayans Bros. New Line Cinema put up the money, after producer/creator Ice Cube initially made the offer for the 20-day shoot. “The movie grossed $300 million! And they’re not gonna come back and say, ‘Look, we made a lot of money [and we are] gonna give y’all a bonus.’ That’s some bullsh*t—that don’t happen in Hollywood.”
Witherspoon adds that the $5,000 checks were the standard rate for a cast that also included Nia Long, Bernie Mac, A.J. Johnson, Tiny Lister, Jr., Regina King, Faizon Love, and more. “Five grand. Everybody else on the show, they’re gonna say they made more money, ain’t nobody make no money on that movie. Five thousand.” DJ Vlad asks John about Chris Tucker’s Friday salary. “About the same thing,” responds John, adding that Cube especially, and also Pooh made money due to the strong film return.