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What were these celebrities thinking when they made these silly comments? Did they really think the other person would laugh it off or not react. We’re sure they will think twice before they open their big mouths again or do something else outrageous.
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“She Don’t Mean No Harm”: Frankie Defends Keyshia Cole, Says When She “Gets Bored” She Comes For People On Twitter, But Does It Out Of Love…
During an interview with WRUG Radio, which we found through MissJia, Frankie Lons, always on ten with her sayings (“man down,” “man up,” “hangin’ around like wallpaper,” “and the plot thickens”) was asked about her daughter’s recent comments about Michelle from Destiny’s Child, and the response Kelly Rowland had to that drama. In true Frankie fashion, she kept it really real, and blamed Keyshia’s comments on boredom, but that she really has nothing but love for DC. Some of it didn’t make sense, but you get what she’s trying to say:
“Keyshia…sometimes she get bored. She didn’t mean no harm. Actually it was a compliment because Michelle did keep up.”
“Shout out to Michelle, Beyoncé, and what’s the other one’s name? Deez Nuts. I’m just playing! Shout out to Destiny’s Child, ya’ll did a wonderful job. And Keyshia didn’t mean no harm so ya’ll just gotta give her the benefit of the doubt. She’s married, sometimes she gets bored. But she has her Kodak moments. When she say something negative, that means it’s actually positive.”
Side eye at the negative means positive…but let’s continue:
“My baby loves all the celebrities. She loves everybody. Sometimes she has a bad way of showing it, a funny way of showing it. But when she focus on you, that means she loves you and she’s complimenting you. And I wanna be like Keyshia when I grow up…She didn’t mean no harm. She loved it…she make you work, she ain’t gonna just give you no compliment. You gotta work for it.”
I guess…but there are better things to do when you’re bored. But like Frankie said, it’s time to lay off Keyshia, especially since she’s cleaned up her act on Twitter. Now if we could just get her to stop snapping off on her fans in concert she might be all right…
Check out the video and start around the 1:20 mark. Let us know what you think!
Beyonce is still catching a lot of shade from her Bow Down video — and the fact that she hasn’t released that “Grown Woman” track yet — but she’s not the only celebrity whose fans may be changing teams. These celebs have annoyed, harassed and stood up their fans for so long that they’re finally moving on.
If you’re sick to death of Keyshia’s mouth, you’re not alone. At a recent performance, Keyshia took shots at the audience when they didn’t clap loud enough and they took shots right back.
Here’s what one of Keyshia’s former fans had to say on Twitter:
“This Beyotch MAAAAAAD, the crowd wasn’t rockin hard w/ her she said “At ths point in my career if u not rockin w/ me u can get out” lmaooooo u not Jay-Z or Beyonce ppl ain’t rockin w/ EVERY song. ..Aye my tickets were free soooo umnmm I can say this “Keyshia a rat w/ money” lol her stage presence says “cheese please” lmaooo”
This on top of her Beyonce shade and hesitance to claim being just black are not bidding well for her future in the business.
“We Matter To A Lot More People, With All Due Respect, Than Her”: Kelly Rowland Speaks On Keyshia Cole Coming For Michelle Williams
Daaaang. Just when you thought everyone had moved past the whole Twitter shade thrown by singer Keyshia Cole at Destiny’s Child member Michelle Williams during Beyoncé’s Super Bowl halftime performance in February, Kelly Rowland has decided to step in the ring to throw a quick jab. No lie, her comments hurt MY feelings.
While speaking with Rolling Stone as she waited for a flight after the Academy Awards (last week pretty much), she was asked about her new album, Talk A Good Game, what she hopes to accomplish in the next few years and working with The-Dream on her new solo album. Of course, the most interesting part of the interview came when she was asked if she had anything to say about the comments Keyshia Cole made about Williams giving a somewhat stiff performance at the Super Bowl alongside herself and Beyoncé. In true “I-wish-a-chick-would-say-something-back” fashion, Kelly kept it real–she doesn’t care what that baby has to say. Ever.
It didn’t even make it on my radar until other people brought it up. It didn’t even matter. We had a wonderful performance, and that’s all I cared about. I was with my sisters and the three of us matter to each other, and that’s all that counts. We matter to a lot more people, with all due respect, than her. So, I really don’t care what she said.
Michelle Williams has jumped on the reality TV show bandwagon in an effort to promote her latest music ventures.
Williams has a recording deal with eOne music and has released two albums under that group. She is now working on her third gospel album and schedule to release this summer and has signed a deal with eOne TV, no relation to TV One, to create a reality show.
Now it’s not a secret that Michelle is the least interesting child of destiny, but she will not be holding down this show alone. The show is called My Sister’s Keeper, and will chronicle the lives of Michelle and her sisters. Here’s what Williams had to say in a press release, “Working together on my new gospel album and television series, I am excited to share with everyone a behind-the-scenes look at the inspiration and journey of recording for the album, performing, fun family times and other unforgettable experiences out together with my dear sisters.”
Yeah, let’s just hope everyone can stay awake to watch a full episode and that Keyshia Cole isn’t watching and waiting to blast her on Twitter.
The official debut has not been announced, but the show is expected to air this summer preceding her new album. Will you be tuning in?
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Despite the negative opinions of some, the Super Bowl halftime show performance that reunited Destiny’s Child on one stage appears to have given all three of the former group members a slight boost. Entertainment One has recently announced that they will be working with singer, Michelle Williams on a forthcoming reality show entitled, My Sister’s Keeper, says the Hollywood Reporter.
The series is said to follow Williams and her sisters as she prepares for the release of her new Gospel album.
“I am very thrilled about this opportunity, to extend into television with the eOne family as well, with this series. Working together on my new gospel album and television series, I am excited to share with everyone a behind-the-scenes look at the inspiration and journey of recording for the album, performing, fun family times and other unforgettable experiences out together with my dear sisters,” said Williams about her new series.
The show will be executive produced by Tara Long, Phil Thornton, Jeff Hevert, and John Dee Hammond.
We’re very excited to expand upon our relationship with Michelle on this new collaboration that will provide fans with a peek into her everyday life,” Tara Long said in a released statement on behalf on Entertainment One.
So far, there has been no word on which television network will be picking up the show. In other Michelle Williams news, the singer also addressed the seemingly never-ending drama surrounding Keyshia Cole’s unflattering statements about her Super Bowl performance, during an interview with V-103 Chicago. She says that she never even had time to respond to Keyshia’s comments the night of the Super Bowl because she was too busy celebrating with the girls. She also revealed that although she may have wanted to respond to the mean-spirited comments, she doesn’t intend to stoop to Keyshia’s level and hurl insults at her because she realizes that she is a role model and doesn’t want to let anyone down.
Check out footage of Michelle’s full response on the following page. What do you think of her decision to take the high road? Do you think she has enough personality to hold down a reality show?
Last night I desperately wanted to tweet, “has anybody seen Keyshia Cole tonight,” but I didn’t. Because I thought that would be rude. And I think before I tweet (mostly). But after seeing the foolery that was going on on Keysh’s timeline, I feel like I would have been justified saying whatever the heck I wanted. See for yourself:
Confused what the heck Keyshia Cole was on — again? So is just about every other person on Twitter who went in on her for the second Sunday in a row. I would have thought last week’s Twitter lashing would have been enough for the singer, who is soon about to fade into social media oblivion and become more popular for her tweets than her tracks, to get her act together, but she essentially invited the backlash this week.
See before that “hello” everyone was chilling, including Keyshia. Then for whatever reason — like a child who throws a tantrum in the middle of the grocery store because they aren’t being paid enough attention — she decided to rile up the masses and bring up last week’s business. And then have the nerve to ask “ya’ll still mad?” I think a better question would be “You’re still thirsty?”
And as far as her staying on people’s minds, it’s more like Michelle stays on hers. I’ve never seen someone go so far out of their way to repeatedly shade someone a week after the fact. I think @quietbut_DEADLY summed up Keyshia’s motive perfectly: “You’re tending now. Happy?” Keyshia should remember tweets don’t equal dollars. If she wants to keep eating and not go back to buying Steve Madden’s to wear on the red carpet she might wanna chill. One hundred thousand doesn’t go that far
An interesting observation is surfacing across Social Media this morning as people still haven’t quite gotten over Keyshia Cole’s catty remarks toward Michelle Williams during the Super Bowl Halft-time Show. Everyone’s been waiting for Michelle to react to the shade that’s been thrown her way — by a lot more people than Keysh by the way — and some think a post she uploaded to her Facebook page yesterday might be just that.
Yesterday we told you how underneath a pic of her goofing off with her Destiny’s Child girls, Michelle wrote:
It was an honor to share the stage with my sisters Kelly Rowland and Beyoncé on Sunday night. To all my ladies, we must learn to stick together and support each other. The incredible Alicia Keys and Jennifer Hudson did an amazing job too! Thank you to my sister Beyonce for sharing your moment with Destiny’s Child. Love you!
So much positivity, right? Meanwhile, back at the ratchet ranch, Keyshia Cole is still quite unapologetic about her statements. Along with the hashtag, #WhoCaresWhatUHatersfeel#IstillGotMyMoney, Keyshia posted a pic of a contract for a “guaranteed” $100K to do a show. Something tells me Michelle’s money is probably still quite a bit longer, but hey, get it how you live.
Keyshia also bragged that her album sales are up 24% this week, which makes me curious if that was part of the intent behind her Michelle shade. It should be pointed out, though, that Destiny’s Child’s album sales are up 348% — which is an additional 11,000 units. Digital song sales alone are up 286% (44,000 songs), and I won’t even get on Beyonce’s sales. Basically, they’re all winning and Keyshia…well…I’ll let you draw your own conclusions.
“I Don’t Care What Anybody Else Says”: Michelle Williams Discusses Sunday’s Halftime Performance, And Her Critics
After a whirlwind weekend reuniting with Kelly and Beyoncé to bring Destiny’s Child back to the masses on Super Bowl Sunday, the very gracious Michelle Williams is in good and positive spirits. This is good news seeing as so many people, including Keyshia Cole leading the pack, were criticizing Williams’ performance during the show as being stiff compared to Kelly and Bey, that she looked unhappy, and as Cole would say, she was “f****N up the groove.” But Williams only has good things to say about her time back on the big stage with her girls, telling Billboard that rumors that she wasn’t happy to be back performing with them and that she couldn’t pull her weight were false.
“Oh the Super Bowl was beautiful! When three good girlfriends are together, you’re free and you don’t care who’s around; you’re just trying to catch up and be goofy. I had a blast. People at home watching… they don’t catch the moments where, like in the ‘Charlie’s Angels’ pose, I was smiling. We were all smiling. I was laughing with my girls. I don’t care what anybody else says. I don’t let it get me down. It was a beautiful thing.”
She also posted on her Facebook page, stating the importance of women supporting one another before lauding the performances of Alicia Keys and Jennifer Hudson, who sang the national anthem and “America the Beautiful” on Sunday.
“It was an honor to share the stage with my sisters Kelly Rowland and Beyoncé on Sunday night. To all my ladies, we must learn to stick together and support each other. The incredible Alicia Keys and Jennifer Hudson did an amazing job too! Thank you to my sister Beyonce for sharing your moment with Destiny’s Child. Love you!”
So there you have it, Michelle isn’t sweating the small stuff, especially since she’s got steady work coming in, including touring with “Fela!” and finishing up on her fourth solo album, a gospel composition, to be released later this year. But with everybody extra crunk about the ladies recently putting out the compilation album, Love Songs, and reuniting on stage, Billboard decided to ask if the ladies would be reuniting once again soon musically. She seemed optimistic, saying, “Who knows. It’s a possibility. I think this was a good moment, and it felt good for all of us and you definitely want those moments again.” Check out her full interview about her new album and kicking it with DC once again via Billboard.
What do you think of her response? And what did you make of her performance on Sunday?
Okay we see you. Miss Baddie Bey herself just uploaded a pic of her “clique,” which includes Mama Tina, Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams, and cuzzo Angie (sorry it just felt appropriate looking at the pic) Beyince and the ladies are definitely looking quite BOSS.
Folks might think Beyonce’s the only star of the family, but Michelle’s definitely giving us a “who want it with me?” face. Caption this pic and tell us what you think is going through all of their heads.