‘I See I Gotta Take It Back To The Days When I Used To Slap A B***h!’ Keyshia Cole Goes In On Her Sister’s New Book
Keyshia Cole wasn’t playing when she told Z HipHop Cleveland that Oprah and Iyanla Vanzant are about the only people who could possibly fix what seems to be her irrevocably broken relationship with her sister, Neffe.
As you know, Neffe just penned a memoir titled, “The Price I Paid,” which is said to be a story about her struggles, sacrifices, and poor choices — like the reality show she had with her mother, Frankie. But it would appear there’s also quite a bit in the book about her troubled relationship with Keyshia because the singer went all the way off on Twitter, calling her sister nothing but a leach and a couple b-words too.
How many of y’all have leaches in your own family? I need to know I’m not alone!
B***h talk about me in ya book and wearing the shoes I gave u on the cover? F**king Bogus!
If it wasn’t for my name, people making money off that alone. They would have the courage to say they just don’t like me
I see I gotta take it bak to the days when I used to slap a b***h tho!
Remember guys, Fakes b***hes come a dime a dozen! Real ones are hard to find. Hold on to good ones when ya get em. Time is the only informer
Well damn. As much as this may not have been a forum for disgruntled family relations, it is sort of messed up to be dogging the person who sort of made the book possible in the first place — as well as her fashionable cover. But then again, does giving your family money mean they can never speak ill of you?
Meanwhile on the other side of the Twitter pond, Neffe kept it classy once she saw her sister’s tweets, responding with:
I am very great full to have wore a pair of shoes for my book cover that was given to me what a blessing:) God is so amazing
I am also grateful for my supporters and fans family and peers who have bought my book and made sure I know about it:) thank u# u rock
I.e. I’m letting my haters be my motivators.
Without knowing what Neffe wrote in the book, it’s hard to pick a side here, but these are the shoes of contention on Neffe’s book cover. Thoughts on all this?