Singer Keyshia Cole is seeing red and accusing her sister Neffe Pugh of bashing her in her second book Price I Paid. Get the details inside….
Woman To Woman singer Keyshia Cole seems to be at odds with certain family members after a series of tweets revealed a rift among the siblings.
Keyshia first tweeted a series of rants (seemingly aimed at sister Neffie) saying,
“How many of y’all have leaches in your own family? I need to know I’m not alone!
Bitch talk about me in ya book and wearing the shoes I gave u on the cover? Fucking Bogus! ��
Gotta keep munch man from all that drama tho. It’s not coo like that”
Those tweets referred to Neffe’s last book, Price I Paid, where she recounts the impact appearing on reality tv (“The Way It Is” & “Frankie & Neffe”) had on her life and how going on to do “Frankie & Neffe” without Keyshia’s consent produced a big strain among the sisters. But clearly….Keyshia didn’t want Neffe to share that infomation with the public.
Neffe spoke to The Breakfast Club about the rift saying,
“Keyshia did not want us to do a reality show period because she wanted it to be done in the right way, and I respect her whole-heartedly for that. Everybody out there was looking at our family like we had no control, no morals, no principles, no values, like we were uneducated. She didn’t want that.”
Keyshia’s Neffe rant was later followed by a tweet that was aimed at their mom Frankie…
Unfortunately, outside of Keyshia’s very controlled portrayal of her life on “Keyshia & Daniel: Family First,” it seems there are still family members keeping up drama in her life. But ironically, it’s the “drama” that draws Keyshia’s fans to both her and her music.
Best of luck to Frankie and all of her kids. We’ll be watching…
*UPDATE* Keyshia recently did an interview with Cleveland’s 107.9 station. And she revealed that she and Neffe, despite growing up together, would constantly fight as adults. Even after the award shows Keyshia would bring the family to. Keyshia said it’s going ot take miracle…or Oprah…to help them get to the root of the problem.