Monica Brown says ‘aht aht aht’ after a fan compared her dating history with men to that of Keyshia Cole‘s. Both R&B singers have dated their share of rappers and athletes and have experienced challenging times when it comes to love.
“Between Keyshia Cole track record with men and Monica’s maybe we shouldn’t be taking their lyrics as advice,” tweeted one fan. In response, the “So Gone” singer replied, “I can’t speak for others, but I never said I was advising y’all! I’m just singing you through s–t! What you do is on U.”
The “Boy Is Mine” singer shared a screenshot of her tweet on Instagram. At the bottom of the photo she wrote, “Y’all not about to play with me, lol I sing you through! I’m not advising you EVERRRR!”
Monica was romantically involved with rapper Corey “C-Murder” Miller in the late ’90s before he went to prison for a murder charge. The “Love All Over Me” vocalist maintained an unbreakable bond with the New Orleans native, who is serving a life sentence. In the following years, the “Trenches” vocalist welcomed two sons with rapper Rocko and a daughter with her ex-husband, NBA star Shannon Brown. Since their divorce, the 41-year-old has visited C-Murder in prison several times and vowed to help him return home.
Meanwhile, Keyshia Cole has dated Jeezy, Birdman, Bow Wow and the father of her youngest son, Niko Hale. She also shares a son with former NBA star Daniel “Booby” Gibson, to whom she was married from 2011 to 2017. The “Love” singer most recently made headlines for her alleged budding romance with NFL star Antonio Brown, which reportedly appears to be over. Fans have had mixed reviews about the two hanging out and working on music together. After Cole spent days gushing about the former Tampa Bay Buccaneers player recently on social media, The Shade Room captured a since-deleted photo from her Instagram story.
She wrote,” “Yea I was big tripping…smh I see it now. I have a 12-year-old. Like that type of disrespect for what…. Nothing is worth that level of disrespect, especially when you don’t deserve it. Had do much love, respect and admiration fa you. Guess that wasn’t mutual either.”