Keyshia Cole Slams Michelle Williams Again, Says She Criticized Her First

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Michelle Williams took the high road on her Super Bowl critics by telling women that we must stick together and support each other.


Everyone was thrilled to see Destiny’s Child reunite at the Super Bowl on Sunday. The trio parted ways in 2006 and have since been launching their own solo projects. Beyoncé released four solo albums, Kelly released four solo albums, and Michelle Williams released three solo albums.

Michelle, who was the last member to join the famed girl group, is currently on tour with the frequently sold-out “Fela!” musical. Michelle’s warm spirit and amazing talent make her a favorable member of Destiny’s Child. Apparently R&B singer Keyshia Cole isn’t a fan of Michelle. During Destiny’s Child’s amazing Super Bowl performance, Keyshia took to her Twitter account to say “I think I was frightened to blink for a sec. Then Michelle sung and woke my a** up from my daze! She always f***n the groove up.

After receiving criticism from fans of Michelle, she took to Twitter again on Friday to explain the root of her actions. “Gonna say this again. Michelle spoke on me first. So it was open season to state my feelings on her. I always felt that about her. Just never said it until she spoke on me.” Michelle took the high road and encouraged women to support one another. “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!” Keyshia, still fuming over the incident, tweeted “Sounds about right! Cause I didn’t give a sh*t what she thought about my Soul Train performance when she spoke her sh*t.”

Do you think Keyshia Cole will ever be invited to perform at the Super Bowl?

Maria Lloyd (@WritingsByMaria) is the Business Manager for the Your Black World Network and Dr. Boyce Watkins. She is a graduate of Clark Atlanta University and an advocate of dismantling the prison industrial complex, increasing entrepreneurship, reforming education, and eradicating poverty.