Top R&B Scandals of 2010 PT4: Catfights and Comebacks

What’s better than watching a girl fight – watching one play out in the media between two top ranking R&B divas! Speculation and rumors have been circulating for quite some time about the Princess of R&B, Ciara and the relatively new Keri Hilson. Gossip and blogs fueled rumors of diss tracks and malice but the two singers denied the comments when they appeared in a Ustream together. To no surprise this cover up didn’t last. Hilson threw the first blow while at a Power 105.1 radio interview. The songstress said, “I would like to do higher than 35K – I mean anyone would.” Ciara shot back on Twitter by unfollowing Hilson. She later tweeted, “Hear that a newcomer to power 105.1 morning show is really into talking about me! I love it! Keep promoting me! Glad to know I mean that much. While we’re off to this good day, let’s have a toast to the douche bags, and have a toast for the assholes.” Chris Brown’s road to redemption has been a long one. After a turbulent 2009 battling critics and fans for assaulting then-girlfriend Rihanna, the R&B singer is climbing his way back to the top. What was the turning point in Brown’s comeback? Many believe it was Brown’s dramatic tribute to Michael Jackson at the 2010 BET Awards. As the singer sang Jackson’s “Man in the Mirror” he fell to his knees and began crying intensely. There was an overwhelming amount of support as fans thought his tribute was genuine. Critics of the performance accused Brown of being overly dramatic and fake. Regardless of Brown’s sincerity, 2010 has been a phoenix year for him. The success of “Deuces” and numerous features on tracks for Twista and T.I. are helping revive a career that most thought was lost. Your top moment didn’t make the list? Comment and tell the us what celebrity moments left you in shock and awe. FIRST: Here Affair, There Affair, Everywhere AFFAIR


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