At Super Bowl 47, Destiny’s Child performed for the first time in years, receiving love from fans and celebrities alike. However, R&B singer Keyshia Cole was not in the congratulatory number. The 31-year-old tweets tell she was less than impressed with Beyonce’s band mate Michelle Williams. Prior to DC’s appearance on the stage, Cole tweeted words of encouragement in anticipation of Beyonce’s performance.
“F*ck that sh*t up then Beyoncé! Bad b*tch central #AllGirlEverything.”
All of a sudden, she changed her tune when Williams seemed to struggle a bit on stage. Cole unleashed her thoughts on to the social network: “I think I was frightened for a sec. Then Michell sung and woke my a** up from my daze! She always f*ckn the groove up.”
Destiny Child fans began to attack the star unloading a brutal hail of insulting tweets. After feeling the burn, Cole stuck by her feelings toward Williams. “But hey! I love y’all too! And ya’ll girl is WACK and always will be! #Boss!!”, she wrote.
After the backlash, Cole admitted that her anger toward Williams came from a deeper place, tweeting celebrity blogger Necole Bitchie: “By the way the B*tch Michell said some foul sh*t while I was performing once. But no one recalls that. I say what I want. No likey. Run up.”
Beyoncé rolled through four songs before Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, from her former girl group Destiny's Child, ascended through trap doors in the stage to sing hits "Bootylicious" and "Independent Woman."
It was the trio's first public performance since 2006. Clad in black leather outfits designed by Rubin Singer, they performed three songs, including Beyonce's hit "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)." Last month, the group released "Nuclear," its first song in about a decade. Beyoncé finished with "Halo" from her 2008 album "I Am ... Sasha Fierce."