Sure, Ray Lewis and the Baltimore Ravens may have won the Super Bowl, but the biggest moment of last night’s game was undeniably the halftime show whem Beyoncé hit the stage with her Destiny’s Child bandmates, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams. Although their thrilling reunion garnered rave reviews from fans and media sites alike, R&B singer Keyshia Cole wans’t so pleased with the performance and she blamed Williams for tarnishing the show.
Shortly after the trio ended their Super Bowl routine, Cole took to Twitter and praised Beyonce for her stunning performance.
“F— that s— up then Beyonce! Bad b—- central #AllGirlEverything,” wrote Cole.
However, the praise was short-lived as Cole then slammed Williams, saying that she brought down the quality of the show.
“I think I was frightened to blink for a sec. Then Michell sung and woke my a– up from my daze! She always f—N the groove up,” Cole wrote.
Of course, Cole’s stinging diss didn’t go unnoticed and a battalion of loyal Destiny’s Child fans retalitated against Cole for her jab, bashing the “Woman to Woman” singer about everything from her record sales to her dysfunctional family.
However, Cole fired back at her critics with a snide photo response and a couple of unapologetic tweets.
“And yes my mom uses drugs yes it’s hard. Yes I’m from Oakland and made it damn far without influential biological parents!” wrote Cole, adding, “But hey! I love y’all too! And y’all girl is WACK and always will be!#Boss!!”
According to the Urban Informer, Cole’s beef with Williams began a long time ago after Williams allegedly dissed Cole over one of her performances.
“RT @KeyshiaCole: @necolebitchie by the way The Bitch Michell said some foul s— while I was performing once. But no one recalls,” Cole reportedly tweeted to popular blogger Necole Bitchie.
Well, clearly these two women won’t be playing nice anytime soon, but considering Williams recent milestone, we doubt that she really cares.
Unfortunately, these two R&B divas aren’t alone. Check out some other R&Beefs below. –nicholas robinson