"I'm proud of you," Vaughn wrote. "For placing one foot in front of the other. For waking up every morning and simply giving it your best shot. for placing a premium on personal growth too. We been threw are ups and downs , high and lows ... But at the end of the day I had to learn in find myself why not be friends when we're both talented, Why call you names when your just an amazing person."
"We are spiritual siblings, you and I. I know this to be true. And it means a lot to me," she continued. "I apologize for anything Negative I've ever done are said to you ....sorry this had to be on social media , I just want the world to see that I've grown out of my comfort zone."
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After playing BFFs on Moesha, Norwood revealed her rocky friendship with Vaughn beyond the cameras in the April 1998 issue of VIBE.
“I think she’s very funny, very talented,” Brandy said at the time. “I just feel like she wants to be in the position I’m in. People tell her, ‘You’re the reason why the show’s successful.’ And she’s told me that before. And she’s called me a bitch–to my face. She said, ‘I’m the reason why the show is successful, bitch.’ In front of a lot of people. And I looked at her like, Wow. I couldn’t say nothing about her because I wasn’t about to. She knows. She wakes up and looks at herself in the mirror and gets disgusted. I don’t.”
Following Vaughn's apology, Brandy had nothing but kind words for her former co-star.
"oh Countess. My heart is touched right now. You are beautiful to me. Always have been and always will be! I'm so thankful that we had such an amazing journey together as artist and as sisters growing up and growing through the pressures of being child stars," she wrote, according to a screenshot on Vaughn's Instagram. "I would love to start a new friendship with you with new heads on both of our shoulders. It will also be great to work together again. Without you, Moesha would not have lasted as long as it did. I love you."
Brandy's next small-screen endeavor is BET's Zoe Ever After, a rom com that the singer/actress recently described to Billboard as "Moesha all grown up."