Lawainna Patterson is a Dallas-based author who wrote the play ‘My Mistakes Do Not Define Me’ with Shelly Garrett. The game is based on what happened at Patterson. The play has been transformed into a thrilling film, titled ‘Bid for Love,’ which was first shown in the US on BET + on June 23, 2022, on BET +. Erick S. Gray and N’Tyse turned Patterson’s play into a movie script with Arthur Muhammad (‘Carter High’) acting as director. Patterson is recognized as a major producer in the project.
‘Bid for Love’ follows Sasha Morgan (Dawn Halfkenny), a young woman serving five years in prison for her drug-dealing boyfriend, Memphis (Blue Kimble). After her release, Sasha is determined to get her life back on track. Memphis has long been dead, but her influence is still alive in her life. She meets Malik (Adrian Lockett), who initially gave him gifts but soon became a deceptive manipulator. Like Patterson’s first play, ‘Bid for Love’ is ultimately about the protagonist’s journey of self-defense.
Where is Lawainna Patterson Now?
Lawainna Patterson, 54, is busy at the theater in Dallas, Texas. She participated in the ‘Bid for Love’ promotional tour, offering interviews on various news channels. In a June 2022 interview with CBS DFW, Lawainna Patterson thought about what it meant for her to have her play transformed into a BET film. “I’m happy; I’m still shaking; I think this is really true,” she said. “Yes, it ‘s true; you asked for this.”
Commenting on the movie, the playwright said, “I think people should know who you are dating, and when you are in love with someone it is only love or facade. She also gave advice to women who may be in similar situations. “I just say you can move on wherever you are. Just make sure that whatever you want to do, you do it and you do it with all your might, ”said Patterson.
Lawainna Patterson works on social media, especially Instagram, where most of her recent posts talk about advertising for ‘Bid for Love.’ On May 13, she announced on Instagram that she would reveal where people could watch the movie as soon as her producer London Williams. Gave her a green light to do so. She further thanked the writers, Muhammad, and the other team and actors. Patterson also gave “special thanks” to her family – father Bill, mother Fran, and sister Shun.
In the same post, Patterson mentioned Halfkenny, thanking the character of ‘First Impression’ for releasing her version (like Sasha). She then thanked God, adding that this was just the beginning. She urged her followers to love themselves first, no matter what else they did in their lives.
In addition to ‘My Mistakes Don’t Tell Me,’ Lawainna Patterson also co-wrote the play ‘Sleeping with the Enemy,’ which premiered in 2018. ‘Sleeping With the Enemies’ was played by the Sisters of Freedom, the co-production company My Mistakes Do Not Define. I ‘nethi’ Bid for Love. ‘