Keyshia Cole and R. Kelly are collaborating on new music, plus Cole says Atlanta's V103 should be ashamed of themselves for an interview Tuesday. She also says she's done with interviews because they left a bad taste asking about her marriage.
Is Keyshia Cole nervous about new music exploring her sexuality? During an appearance on Bethenny Frankel's daytime talker, "Bethenny," the "I Should've Cheated" and "Trust & Believe" singer admitted that she's never seen herself as sexy or as an overtly sexual artist.
A hearing was scheduled for today (September 13) in Fulton County Superior Court, but according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Senior Judge Stephanie Manis postponed the hearing because Cole was not available to give her statement and prosecutors and defense attorneys could not agree on a sentence.