In 2011, Thomas made cameo appearances throughout the first season of VH1's Single Ladies.She appeared again on the show's second season performing her unreleased track, "Flirt," written by Tiyon "TC" Mack and produced by Soundz.
In 2013, Thomas took a stand against cyberbullying after her son Tron was a victim.
The gossip site Media Take targeted Thomas's son because of his apparel and questioned his sexuality.
The group went on to sell over 65 million records worldwide and became the best-selling American girl group of all-time; only the Spice Girls has sold more.
Since the death of group member Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes in April 2002, Thomas and Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins have occasionally performed as a duo.
Certain tracks that were intended for the album were leaked from 2006 to 2008.
A track titled "Gameproof," which featured her TLC bandmate T-Boz, was leaked in spring 2006.
She ceased production when work began on the next TLC album, 3D (2002).
In 2006, rumors of having signed a four-album deal with singer/rapper Akon's label Kon Live Distribution in 2006, she later denied these reports and confirmed that she was entertaining offers from other record labels.
In an interview on The Bert Show on the Atlanta radio channel Q100 on February 17, 2004, Thomas claimed that Usher cheated on her: "Usher did the ultimate no-no to me.... Thomas and the rest of the members of TLC were big proponents of encouraging safe sex.