Life and career
Wu started her career as a backup dancer for musical artists and bands such as Public Enemy, EPMD,and Candyman. Shortly after this, she joined the rap group 19. After leaving music, Wu wrote, produced, and acted in the film Black Ball (2003). She remained in the film industry for many years.
Since her departure from RHOA , Wu has continued her career as an actress and producer. In 2014, she was a cast member with four other actresses working on a short film, The White Sistas , on the TV One series Hollywood Divas .
Wu's elder brother, Meho, is deceased, and Wu was seen grieving over his death in a Season 2 episode of RHOA , during the build-up to an anniversary of his death. 
In 2005, Wu married Ed Hartwell, and the couple had one son, Ed, Jr.  Ed Hartwell filed for divorce on August 24, 2011; it was finalized October 7, 2011, with the court document giving her name as Sharon Millette Hartwell.