There was one thing about Beyoncé’s 2014 track “Flawless” that rubbed fellow R&B singer Keyshia Cole the fallacious manner, specifically the lyrics “bow down, b****es.” After its launch, Cole tweeted, “Can’t stand when folks all self righteous when it is handy it makes them look good. Lmao! But can nonetheless speak s*** when handy 2 [f*** out of here].” In a follow-up tweet, she added, “First ‘Women have to Stick collectively’ now b****es higher Bow. Smh.”
Not solely did the Beyhive go after Cole for the tweets, as reported by E! News, however she additionally acquired some blowback from one among Bey’s closest associates: famed R&B singer and producer The Dream. When requested on Power 105’s The Breakfast Club if he would work with the “Love” singer sooner or later, he replied, “Right now due to what occurred, I can not. I feel she would respect why I can not. That’s my household” (by way of MTV News).
Did he select to finish his working relationship with Cole for his personal causes, or was it due to exterior elements, like say, the urging of Beyoncé, his “household?” You determine.