Keyshia Cole has apologized to Michelle Williams for the "mean things" she tweeted about the singer's Super Bowl performance back in February. Last week, Cole didn't seem very interested in a face-to-face with Williams, but it looks like she had a change of heart — sort of.
"I apologize for the mean things I said," she tweeted Sunday (8). "It hurt me when I went to your page and saw what u said during my performance. And that still doesn't make it ok. I said what I said out of anger. And that' the absolute WRONG time to say things."
Williams replied writing, "Apology accepted @KeyshiaCole! We had an amazing conversation and I also say sorry for ANY misunderstandings! I'm so happy this happened!"
Cole however wasn't done with the issues. She wants the Chicago native to own up to alleged wrongdoing. "So can u admit to erasing the tweet that was said about me? So people know that anger came from a hurt place malicious?"
Williams didn't respond, and Cole deleted her original tweets. So does that mean the beef is still on?
Possibly, but here's hoping these two can at least agree to disagree.
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