Keyshia Cole Issues Twitter Apology to Michelle Williams

Beyoncé wasn’t the only person that made Superbowl headlines in February. Fellow R&B vixen Keyshia Cole ensued controversy when she called Michelle Williams’ cameo boring and angered Destiny’s Child fans everywhere.

“I think I was frightened to blink for a sec. Then Michelle sung and woke my ass up from my daze! She always fuckN the groove up,” she tweeted.

With months passed and other Twitter “beefs” to capture our attention, Williams finally extended an olive branch during a recent interview with Philly’s Hot 107.9, hoping the two could move on from the incident.

“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 we can really probably talk and say “hey what happened”? Cuz I will say this I was a major fan of hers. That’s my first time even saying that. I understood her story and was rooting for her’ I have a little sister thats adopted. My little sisters mother was a crack addict. My little sister was born with crack cocaine in her system. I can understand where she’s coming from. People make mistakes. I don’t hold that against nobody. I want everyone to win.”

Shortly after hearing Michelle’s response, Keyshia decided to take high road and apologize to the gospel singer in front of her Twitter audience.

“I apologize for the mean things I said, it hurt me when you 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,” she confessed.  “And that’s the absolute WRONG time to say things. So can u admit to erasing the tweet that was said about me? So people know that anger came from a hurt place malicious? From a hurt place not a malicious place.”

While the two certainly aren’t besties, Michelle seems happy with the outcome.

“Apology accepted @KeyshiaCole! We had an amazing conversation and I also say sorry for ANY misunderstandings! I’m so happy this happened!,” she tweeted.

All is well in Twitter land….for now.

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