R&B diva Lil’ Mo has offered some much-needed advice to Keyshia Cole: “get off Twitter.”
Mo has never been the type to talk about other artists and their affairs, but it looks like Keyshia has struck a chord. In a recent interview with Hip Hop Hollywood, the “Superwoman” singer addressed the shade Keyshia has been throwing at the former members of Destiny’s child on Twitter.
“I saw on blogs where they wrote up about certain artists tweeting, talking about first you talk about women’s empowerment, now you talk about bow down. But, a couple of weeks ago you just said that was your queen and you dissed Michelle,” she said. “Why are you gonna put them on the throne and get mad when they throw scraps to the peasants? You can’t get mad.”
Lil Mo went on to offer Mrs. Cole career advice. “Just sit down, get off Twitter. If you can’t handle it, keep your opinion to yourself,” she said. “Who is your publicist, who is tweeting for you?”
Looks like Mo isn’t afraid to speak her mind. Check out the full interview below and tell us know what you think.
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1. 1. Photos: R&B divas who’ve done reality
<strong>The ladies of "R&B Divas," Monifah Carter, Nicci Gilbert, Faith Evans, Syleena Johnson and Keke Wyatt, surely aren’t the first singers to do reality. See Keyshia Cole, the Braxtons, Fantasia, Tiny, Adrienne Bailon, Brandy and more singers who’ve done reality TV. Take a look.</strong> <strong>—Chelsea Boone and Tracy L. Scott</strong>
2. 2. Keyshia Cole
Keyshia starred in a hit reality show on BET back in 2006 called "Keyshia Cole: The Way It Is." The show was a hit for the network and turned her mother Frankie and sister Neffe into overnight sensations. Keyshia left the show in 2008, but is back in the reality TV game, this time with her new family: NBA baller husband Daniel “Boobie” Gibson and their son Daniel Jr. The new show, "Keyshia Cole: Family First," is set to air this fall.
3. 3. Kandi Burruss
Kandi was known in the ’90s as one-fourth of the singing group Xscape, but in the 2000s, Kandi has made a name for herself as one of the stars of the hit Bravo TV show, "The Real Housewives of Atlanta." In the show, we learn about Kandi’s other successes and endeavors such as her thriving career as a songwriter, her work as a solo artist and her adult toy line, Bedroom Kandi.
4. 4. Monica Brown
This R&B diva let us into her life through her BET series "Monica: Still Standing." The singer’s many fans got to follow her as she worked on her then-upcoming album and balanced her personal life. Will she allow us to get a glimpse into her new life with her NBA baller husband Shannon?
5. 5. The Braxtons
They were a singing group before they were reality stars, but it was "Braxton Family Values" that really introduced the world to Trina, Tracy, Towanda and Tamar. Of course, Toni was already a well-known diva before the WE tv series premiered. The show will be returning for its third season soon, and Tamar will be starring in a spin-off series with hubby Vince Herbert.
6. 6. Fantasia
Fantasia started her career on reality television when she won the third season of "American Idol," and went back to her roots with her VH1 show "Fantasia for Real." The show chronicled the singer balancing her hectic family life while trying to rebuild her career.
7. 7. Brandy
Brandy is no stranger to reality TV, having appeared in two series. The first chronicled her pregnancy and "marriage." The second featured the entire Norwood family. Recently, Brandy told <em>S2S</em> that she’s done with reality TV.
8. 8. Chilli
TLC’s Chilli brought her search for love to reality TV with "What Chill Wants." The singer recruited author Tionna Smalls to help her find Mr. Right, but Chilli is reportedly still looking.
9. 9. Adrienne Bailon
3LW’s Adrienne Bailon stars with former BET host <span class="st">Julissa Bermudez in the Style Network’s reality series, "Empire Girls." </span>
10. 10. Olivia Longott and Teairra Mari
There are hosts of aspiring singers and rappers on the VH1 reality series "Love & Hip Hop," but Olivia Longott and Teairra Mari had arguably the most well-established music careers before the show aired.
11. 11. T-Boz
Like her TLC band mate, Chilli, T-Boz Watkins allowed reality TV cameras to chronicle her life in the 2013 reality series "Totally T-Boz." The TLC series followed the raspy-voiced singer as she worked on new music and continued recovering from a brain tumor.
12. 12. Mary Mary
When the sisters of Mary Mary aren’t in the studio making praise music, they’re busy being moms, wives and sisters. Fans were able to witness it all when the two welcomed cameras into their homes for WE tv’s "Mary Mary." The show has reportedly been picked up for a second season.
13. 13. Tameka ‘Tiny’ Cottle
Like Kandi Burruss, Tiny’s initial claim to fame was as a group member of Xscape, but since then she’s starred in two reality series: "Tiny & Toya" and "T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle."
14. 14. Monifah Carter, Nicci Gilbert, Faith Evans, Syleena Johnson, Keke Wyatt
Singers Monifah Carter, Nicci Gilbert, Faith Evans, Syleena Johnson and Keke Wyatt are headed to TV One in the reality show, appropriately named, "R&B Divas."
15. 15. Whitney Houston
The show was called "Being Bobby Brown," but Whitney Houston was as much a star of the show as her hubby. Now, their daughter Bobbi Kristina is headed to reality in "The Houston Family Chronicles."
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