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Keyshia Cole to Lil Mo: No Love Lost. God Bless



It looks like Keyshia Cole is turning over a new leaf when it comes to Twitter.

On Wednesday, the singer posted a pretty mild response to The-Dream after he announced that he would not be working with her for a while because of her tweet about Beyonce’s song, “Bow Down.”

“Dream not writing any songs for me is fine… I’m on my 6th album… He’s only wrote 1 song on 1 of my albums, which i did love, God Bless”

Now, Cole is doing more of the same when it comes to Lil Mo. When asked by a fan about Mo’s comments to HipHollywood that she needed to stop tweeting, Cole responded:

“What about em? she’s entitled to have her opinion. No love Lost. God Bless. RT ‪@NoLoveAllowed_x:‪@KeyshiaCole Lil Mo’s Comments ? :/

In case you missed it, Mo sat down with HipHollywood and weighed in on what she thought about Bey’s leaked track and Coles angry tweet, and well, she wasn’t so kind.  “If you can’t handle it get off Twitter,” Mo said. “Who is your publicist, who is tweeting for you.”


Reports: Chante Moore Accused Of Financing New Album With Stolen Money



Looks like Chante Moore has got some explaining to do!

The “Chante’s Got A Man” singer is being looped in a messy fraud and racketeering case that essentially led to two men claiming they were defrauded out of $3.6 million.

According to reports, the former “R&B Divas: LA” star knowingly accepted money that was fraudulently obtained by a criminal enterprise and using it to produce her latest album and artificially inflate her sales.

The two men are have filed a lawsuit and claim the defendants used some of their money to buy Moore plane tickets for her musical tour, lavish her with gifts, fund the production of and marketing campaign for her seventh album, “The Rise of the Phoenix,” and even to “pay off her significant personal debt.”

They also claim their money was used to open a hair bar in Georgia, and buy a house.

The plaintiffs say Moore knew the money was obtained illegally and the investments made into her career “were designed in whole or in part to conceal or disguise the nature, the location, the source, the ownership, and the control of the proceeds” of the alleged illegal activity.

It gets even messier though. The two men also claim the money was used to “artificially enhance” her album sales through iTunes purchases. Since they believe their money was used to “directly used to finance the launching of Moore’s latest resurgence effort with her new album, including all advertising and marketing efforts put forth therewith,” they believe they are entitled to any profits from the record.

If you’re wondering what Moore has to say about the situation, she is denying the allegations and wants the case thrown out.

Back in July we caught up with Moore who gushed about her new album and not feeling pressure to stay relevant in the changing music climate.

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