4
Feb
2013

Did Keyshia Cole Blast Michelle Williams Performance Or Was Her Twitter Hacked?

Written by thejasminebrand in Blog
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In this day and age, it’s very common for a celebrities twitter to be hacked. It’s also very common for a celebrity to say that their twitter was hacked, when in fact, they were embarrassed by what they tweeted and needed to place blame somewhere. In either case, either Keyshia Cole or someone who took over her twitter account, had some not so nice things to say about Michelle Williams’ performance with Destiny’s Child, at the Super Bowl. After the half-time show, Keyshia allegedly tweeted the following message: 

F*ck that sh*t up then Beyonce! Bad b*tch central #AllGirlEverything I think I was frightened to blink for a sec. Then Michell sung and woke my ass up from my daze! She always fuckN the groove up..And yes my mom uses drugs yes it’s hard. Yes I’m from Oakland and made it damn far without influential biological parents! But hey! I love y’all too! And y’all girl is WACK and always will be!#Boss!!

Eh.

What do we think? While Keyshia is quite vocal on places like Twitter, we find it highly unlikely that she actually sent these tweets….but hey, stranger things have happened. Regardless, Michelle is unfazed by these alleged twitter antics. After her Super Bowl performance, she tweeted:

One Comment to “Did Keyshia Cole Blast Michelle Williams Performance Or Was Her Twitter Hacked?”

  1. siarasheree says:

    Everything about Draya screams “please look at me, I have low self esteem and I need any kind of attention !”

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