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Keyshia Cole is the True Hypocrite After Slamming Beyonce

Keyshia Cole slams BeyonceAfter Beyonce released her gritty new single, “Bow Down/I Been On,” Sunday night, Keyshia Cole was among the first celebrities to respond, blasting Beyonce on Twitter after the song was posted.

Cole’s first attack called out Beyonce for being a hypocrite: “Can’t stand when people all self righteous when it’s convenient it makes them look good. Lmao! But can still talk shit when convenient 2 FOH”

The second seemed to indicate Cole’s belief that she has been keeping it more real than Beyonce all these years:  “I done kept it real from the start #RespectTHAT”

Cole’s final (for now) tweet of Beyonce hate again accused the diva of hypocrisy: “First “Women need to Stick together” now bitches better Bow. Smh. But it’s all G! Chicks stay shooting the shit.”

Cole’s Twitter was indeed a maelstrom of hate yesterday, but her comments lose all clout when considering how Beyonce has long acknowledged these contradictions, and even spun them into artful juxtaposition.

The hypocrisy Cole seems to be finding in Beyonce is that between  the doe-eyed mother of Blue Ivy who writes handwritten letters celebrating black women who performed at the Super Bowl vs. the overconfident woman who asks the same women to “bown down bitches” in the new single.

Really, this pattern is nothing new, as Beyonce has been playing around with dual identities since the invention of her alter ego “Sasha Fierce” for 2008’s album I Am…Sasha Fierce, a record based around the concept of multiple personas.  Beyonce admitted in interviews at the time that she developed Sasha Fierce to give her confidence on stage and ability to adopt the sassy personality of her music.

Beyonce has always owned her contradictions by making them a creative statement, something Cole cannot claim. Before blasting Beyonce, Cole might consider how she herself is hypocritical.

Cole’s last major “project” was arguably not music, but a reality show.  In late 2012, Keyshia & Daniel: Family First, premiered on BET, profiling Cole’s domestic life with husband Daniel Gibson and their young son. Gibson is an NBA player. So powerful husband, young child and family values.  Sounds a little Beyonce/Jay-Z.

So, Cole herself had to step out of those “family first” values to blast Beyonce with a profanity-laced string of hate.  Her comments about Beyonce being “self-righteous” certainly apply to her own life.

Interestingly, Beyonce is the not the first member of Destiny’s Child that Cole has blasted recently.Beyonce new single

After the Destiny’s Child Superbowl performance,  Cole had some negative words about the Destiny’s Child performance, singling out group member Michelle Williams. On her Twitter account Cole said, “I think I was frightened to blink for a sec. Then Michell(e) sung and woke my ass up from my daze! She always fuckN the groove up/But hey! I love y’all too! And y’all girl is WACK and always will be!”

Cole’s DC-hate makes one wonder if she auditioned for the group back in the 1990s and didn’t make the cut.  Or maybe she couldn’t quite rock one of Mama Tina’s bedazzled ensembles.

Regardless, Cole is currently in no position to even be attacking Michelle Williams, much less Beyonce.   Perhaps Cole is just jealous no one will “bow down” to her, or even give her music a fraction of the attention “Bow Down/I Been On” has been getting.

Suddenly, Beyonce doesn’t  seem like the biggest hypocrite anymore.

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  1. Shiavona Johnson says:

    IMO: Keyshia has shown growth in life. Beyonce degressed with that track. It's obvious that Beyonce is the more favorable artist… Cuz, everybody attackin Keyshia like her point wasn't valid. Truth be told the song sucks & is childish compared to what she has done so far. Really, you become a mother & wife AND THEN take the filter off ya mouth(am I the only 1 who thinks that's backwards?). Maybe she should've let her daughter record that track for her "super sweet sixteen " or something. One more time: I hope it's just the intro/outro.

  2. Antoinette Finney says:

    I think Beyonce should toned things down a litte she is a new mother and one day her daughter will read/hear these things. i don’t think Keyshia is hating she has grown so much she is a wife and mother you have to keep things together for your children image/sake

  3. keyhsia I suppood id wit u.

  4. I see what you are talking about with beyonce she's a bitch.I luv u keyshia Cole keep making good music.

  5. MzHandlingit Alexander says:

    I like Keyshia Cole but she needs to get over this "hating" bit she's on. She looks crazy as hell! I like the bow down song, it simply says I'm bad just like the DIVA song. Anytime you sing a song that promotes you better than someone you will get a backlash from it. Both songs makes me feel like I'm the ish when I listen to them while I'm getting dressed. They make me put on ish I never thought I would put on lol lol. Isn't that the purpose? To make you feel good about yourself? Yes she promoted for us to unite, and it too was a great song. But time changes, and we change. Keyshia do you boo, because it's obvious Bey is doing her. You look crazy, jeaous, and all the other things that makes up a hater. #getoveryourselfbeforeyouloosemorefans

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