Singer Mashonda has apparently deleted her Twitter account following a series of Tweets regarding the relationship between Alicia Keys and Mashonda’s currently separated husband Swizz Beatz. Her Twitter page -- @MASHONDALOYAL -- now comes up with the message: “Sorry That Page Doesn’t Exist.”
In late September, Mashonda wrote an open letter to Keys on the micro-blogging site. Two weeks ago, Swizz acknowledged his romance with Keys via his Twitter account, @TheRealSwizzz, before promptly deleting those posts. Mashonda then responded with her own messages stating, “I’m not gonna battle my son’s father on Twitter.”
Prior to her account being deleted, Mashonda wrote to her fans: “Ok,so moving foward..Ive been in a weird place lately. My heart has been all gushy and soft.LOL. It feels great. Love is in existence! Its nice when God sends us people to speak to. Its better when those people understand ur situation and will allow u to handle them b4 movin. foward.I know the world is all in my life,so I will be the 1st 2 let you know the day my [Divorce] is final.Then Ill be able to righteously move on.Until then, I will focus on my son and myself. But its nice to know someone is waiting patiently.”
The songstress also had a memo for her son: “Kasseem Jr. , I know one day u might google us but I just want u to know there was always love. U were always #1. Ignore everything else. Happy Birthday. God Bless YOU!!”
Mashonda and Swizz appear to be amicable these days, as they were recently photographed together at their son’s third birthday party.
On Monday (Dec. 21), Swizz wrote on his Twitter: “2010 = NO MORE TWITTER BEEF !!!!!!!!!!! YAAAAAA :) if someone don't like you or if you don't like them just block them no beef:) 2010 style. The producer also posted a Twitpic of himself sitting in a chair, with the caption: “PEACE. it does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise or trouble. it means to be in the midst of those things and still be calm in your heart:)”
Mashonda’s rep could not be reached for comment as of press time. —Clover Hope