The songstress wants to squash R&B beef.
Michelle Williams would like a word with Keyshia Cole, and not on Twitter. Williams didn't respond to Cole's negative tweets critiquing her Super Bowl performance, but now that the dust has somewhat cleared, she's ready to get the whole story.
"I don't even do twitter beef," she told Philly's Hot 107.9 PMS Morning Show. "Can't wait to see [Keyshia Cole] in person so we can talk and say, 'Hey, what happened?'"
Before Cole blasted the DC member as "always f---N the groove up," Williams says she was a fan of the Bay Area-born songstress before the drama. "I understood her story and was rooting for her. My little sister was born with crack cocaine in her system, so when I see someone like Keyshia Cole, who is defying the odds, doing things and taking care of her family..."
The Grammy winner added that Cole was someone she was "rooting for," and still wishes her the bet. "I want everybody to win," she said.
Cole however isn't interested in a peace treaty. She responded "that's nice," to a fan tweet about Williams' comments, and reiterated that their rift is deeper than the public knows. "Can't stand when people say things, then act [sic] they never said like they better than everyone else," she tweeted. But all is not lost, Cole is down for a face-to-face adding, "I mean its cool tho. We can link up whnevr."
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