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New Music: Keyshia Cole Song “She” Describes a Sexual Experience with a Woman

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Keyshia Cole is back and bolder than ever. The singer is coming out with a new album, Point of No Return, which marks her first release post-breakup with husband Daniel “Boobie” Gibson. The first song off the record, entitled “She,” is unlike anything we’ve ever...

Keyshia Cole Claims BET Never Paid Her For Reality Show

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Never one to hold her tongue, Keyshia Cole took to Twitter to lament how her BET show “Keyshia and Daniel: Family First” never became a payday for the R&B singer. The show premiered on BET in the fall of 2012. When asked if there would...

Lil’ Mo Launches “Who’s Ya Publicist, Who’s Tweetin’ For You?!” T-Shirts

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Earlier this year, when Keyshia Cole launched a tirade against Beyonce’s “Bow Down” song,  R&B artist and soon to be reality tv actress, Lil Mo, had a lot to say about it:   The phrase “Who’s Ya Publicist, Who’s Tweetin’ For You”, came from the...

Girl Bye! Keyshia Cole Continues Her Twitter Rant Against Michelle Williams

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In the “Girl bye and please have several seats with your nearly irrelevant self” news of the day, Keyshia Cole, and apparently her non-existent PR team, have decided to continue her ridiculous rant against Michelle Williams of Destiny’s Child. Earlier this week, Michelle handed Keyshia,...

Michelle Williams After Keyshia Cole Diss: “Ladies Must Learn to Support Each Other!”

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The internet was buzzing after Keyshia Cole criticized Michelle Williams’ Superbowl performance on Twitter. Many felt Keyshia was out of line for speaking negatively about a fellow artist while others felt she was only expressing what many of us were thinking. Though Michelle didn’t formally...

Keyshia Cole Criticizes Michelle Williams’ Superbowl Performance — Was She Out Of Line?

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The Superbowl was a historic night for black women as Jennifer Hudson, Alicia Keys and Beyoncé performed throughout the highly-televised event. After the game, Beyoncé, who headlined the halftime show, posted a note congratulating the ladies, acknowledging the significance of a roster full of black...