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Keyshia Cole Slams Atlanta’s V103 After Radio Interview: “Y’all Can Kiss My A$$”

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Keyshia Cole went on a Twitter tirade on Monday after a rather uncomfortable interview with Atlanta’s V103.

During Monday’s chat on The Ryan Cameron Morning Show With Wanda Smith, Cole became extremely defensive when asked about her troubled marriage. When Wanda asked the singer if she was “wifey material,” Cole fired back: “Are you trying to insinuate that I was one-dimensional?!”

Apparently the singer held her emotions back because after the interview, she took to Twitter to share how she really felt:

“I’m done wit interviews for a minute! That interview with V103 left a very bad taste. And to be honest, I don’t deserve that kinda treatment,” she wrote in a string of interviews.

“Y’all can kiss my ass! With that phony sh*t.”

“Y’all should be ashamed of ya selves! Not cool. Never another interview from me!”

“Man. Y’all don’t even have to play my record. I’m cool wit that!”

Cole concluded her Twitter rant with this lengthy message:

“Man. It’s good tho. All love. God Bless. I’m gonna keep my head high and keep puttin one foot in front of the other! #BelieveTht Neva again tho.”

Cole, who was in the studio promoting her single “Rick James,” has been a hot topic on the gossip blogs recently. The track, which features Juicy J, has garnered quite a bit of attention, but mostly for the lyrics that seem to hint at the troubled relationship between her and her NBA hubby, Daniel Gibson.

Over the past several years, rumors of a rocky relationship between Cole and Gibson seems to have taken its toll. And while the singer has made sure to praise Gibson via social media for being a good father, the last thing she wants to talk about is her alleged divorce and problems with her man.

“I just want to put my music out and just sit in my own craziness … I don’t want to talk about it, I don’t even really want to go into it,” she told New York’s The Breakfast Club last week.

Listen to Cole’s interview with V103 here.

 

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