March 27, 2014

"Wifey Material?" Keyshia Cole Tells V-103 to Kiss Her A**

Keyshia Cole in a phone interview with V-103 on the Ryan Cameron Morning Show, co-host Wanda Smith asked the Cole if she thought she was 'wifey' material? What came next was totally unexpected as Keyshia responded and said “Y’all really f***ing with my s**t right now. I got some other s**t going on. What y’all want to talk about right now.” Lead host Ryan Cameron eventually made light of the situation. But Keyshia was not done.

“Are you trying to insinuate that I was one-dimensional?” Smith quickly explained that she wondered whether Keyshia was at a point in her career where she could be a wife and mother since she’s so busy. A bit later, Cole calmed down and even joked about slapping Wanda.

Apparently Keyshia was still pissed off about the interview and headed over to Twitter to say a few more things. She posted "I'm done wit interviews. That interview with V103 left a very bad taste..." And later: "Y'all can kiss my *ss. With that phony s***

Keyshia and her husband, former Cleveland Cavalier Daniel "Booby" Gibson, are separated and are co-parenting their son.

[LISTEN] to the interview

The following tweets are probably not the best thing to do if you're trying to promote a new album and revive a career... The new album is scheduled for a summer release.

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