Keyshia Cole and R. Kelly are collaborating on new music!
The "Rick James" and "I Should've Cheated" singer made the announcement via Instagram Wednesday, saying they are working on some "When a Woman's Fed Up" type of music.
"Studio wit Kellz. When a Woman's Fed Up type sh*t. #Music," Cole wrote with the image above.
While that is good news, and something to anticipate, Keyshia did not have a good morning when she called in to Atlanta radio station V103 Tuesday.
According to Keyshia Cole, Atlanta's V103, specifically The Ryan Cameron Morning Show, should be ashamed of themselves and they don't even need to bother playing her record anymore because she's through with them.
Cole called in to the station Tuesday, March 25, for an interview to discuss her new music, including "Rick James," but the interview took a turn that she didn't like — discussing the state of her marriage with NBA athlete Daniel Gibson.
The interview was going okay until morning show co-host Wanda asked Cole if she was truly "wifey material" and if she was really ready for marriage and juggling her music career.
"So you trying to insinuate that I was one-dimensional?" Keyshia responded after saying "Y'all really f**king with my sh*t right now. I got some other sh*t going on."
Trying to clarify what she mean't, Wanda used herself, and fellow R&B singer Monica as an example, claiming that Monica "had pulled back" on her career to focus on her marriage.
Not liking that comparison, Keyshia Cole said "Listen, Monica I’m sure is doing her thing. This ain’t no first rodeo for Monica. She’s been through the ringer, this, that and the other. But at the end of the day, we can handle all that. It’s a point of a man taking care of his business. Straight up on that. We good! We handle our sh*t. We do what we do! Period. I don’t know what to tell you about that."
She went on to say "what we got in common with Rick James, I'm ready to smack a b*tch…. I just want people to hear my music, hear where I'm coming from and understand that this sh*t is not easy for me."
When asked if she would come down to the station and play some records with them, she responded "No. I'm not dealing with you."
After the interview, Keyshia went on Twitter and aired the station out while they were trying to promote links to the interview.
"I'm done wit interviews for a minute! That interview with V103 left a very bad taste. And to be honest, I don't deserve that kinda treatment," she wrote before replying to the radio station's promotional tweets with "Fuk u mean? Y'all should be ashamed of ya selves. Not cool. Never another interview. Man. Y'all don't even have to play my record. I'm cool wit that!"
Listen to Keyshia's full interview below.