Keyshia Cole is making mends AGAIN on her Instagram page by posting up a video rocking out to Beyonce's "Drunk In Love" track. The singer was under fire by the beyhive after she attacked former Destiny's Child member, Michelle Williams for "messing up" the memorable Super Bowl performance.
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September 2013, Cole apologized for the mean comments via twitter writing, "@RealMichelleW I apologize for the mean things I said, 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's the absolute WRONG time to say things."
William's tweeted back to the R&B singer saying, "Apology accepted @KeyshiaCole! We had an amazing conversation and I also say sorry for ANY misunderstandings! I'm so happy this happened!"
Before the dust could even settle, Cole asked Williams if she could let it be known that she did send a mean tweet and that she wasn't the only victim in their twitter beef, "@RealMichelleW so can u admit to erasing the tweet that was said about me? So people know that anger came from a hurt place malicious?"
Michelle Williams said she never said anything bad about Keyshia Cole after she made fun of her SuperBowl performance during Beyonce's halftime show.
In an interview with Philadelphia's Hot 107.9, Michelle told them that she loves the singer and never said anything and about the R&B singer.
"I don't even do Twitter beef...I didn't tweet that...It didn't come from my account. I can copy and paste a tweet and make it seem like it came from your account and millions of people are re-tweeting it... I can't wait to see her [Keyshia Cole] in person so that we can talk and say 'Hey, what happened?' I will say this, I was a major fan of hers. This is my first time even saying that. I understood her story, was rooting for her."
Williams explained that they had similarities within their families and that people made up an account portraying to be her tweeting negative things about Cole, "The I have a little sister that's adopted. My little sister's mother was a crack addict. 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 her thing and taking care of her family...She was somebody I was rooting for because I could understand where she was coming. But it's all good. People make mistakes. I don't hold that against nobody, I wish everybody the best....I want everybody to win! People make mistakes. People say the wrong things in the heat of the moment. Sometimes you don't mean it. Maybe she did mean it. I don't care. I love you."