Paula Jai Parker and Taraji P. Henson set out to concentrate. In a real sense — to enable a lady to stay away from an admirer they thought was awful news. “Taraji and I really knock heads cautioning this one chick like, in a real sense, on the move floor,” Parker said of a night out in Los Angeles. “We were in a real sense advising her, ‘Don’t hit the dance floor with that man not too far off! Try not to do it!’ ”
During the move floor intercession
“We pivoted and knock heads and we were somewhat mixed up.” Henson exhorted Parker after the crash, “ ’Don’t act mixed up, don’t act bleary eyed!’ We resembled, ‘Remain cool, remain cool.’ We trusted no one saw us.” She said of the occurrence: “We should really focus . . . We cautioned that young lady … She continued moving for a moment with him, however then she halted. So I think she heard us … It worked out very well for her now.” Parker — who’s had parts in the movies “Friday,” “Hustle and Stream” and “Telephone Corner” — is presently featuring in the television arrangement “Family Time” on Ricochet.