Former Boyz II Men Member Michael McCary Reveals He Suffers From MS

by VVN Music

When Boyz II Men lit up the charts with three of the longest running number one records in history, they were a quartet with Nathan Morris, Shawn Stockman, Wayna Morris and Michael McCary.

Between 1992 and 1995, they topped the charts for thirteen weeks with End of the Road, fourteen weeks with I'll Make Love to You and sixteen weeks with One Sweet Day (with Mariah Carey) along with an additional six weeks for On Bended Knee, a total just three weeks short of a full year at number 1 in that three year period.

Michael McCary, who sang bass with the group, was there for that wild ride but, starting in the later part of the 90's, he began having problems with his back that kept him from fully participating in some of the group's dance routines. On January 30, 2003, McCary retired from the group, leaving them a trio that remains together to this day.

McCary will be a guest on an upcoming episode of Iyanla: Fix My Life on the OWN network where he talks about his years of deep depression after leaving the group and the medical problems that were diagnosed as multiple sclerosis even while still performing. He never told the group that he had MS and it would appear that they will find out now as is the rest of the public.

McCary also talks about what he considers to be the betrayal of the other three members who no longer reference him in their history, even though he was with them during the height of their career, adding that he never speaks with any of the three other singers anymore.

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