- US singer Keri Hilson has opened up to the media about her "beef" with Beyoncé Knowles-Carter
- The singer spoke about the pressure she received from producers to start the bad vibes with Bey
- Keri has learned a lot from the experience and would like to work with Beyoncé in the future
Keri Hilson and Beyoncé have been "beefing" for the longest time and now Keri is opening up about it. In her latest interview, Keri spoke about how the beef started and how she feels about Beyoncé many years later.
Keri has revealed that she and Beyoncé had a "moment" and she is open to working with her on a song in the future. The Pretty Girl Rock singer said that the moment they had was healing and they've put it behind them.
“I feel like she understood what happened, what had transpired, and there was a bit of healing at that moment," said Keri.
Miss Keri also mentioned that it was actually Beyoncé who broke the ice and introduced herself. She also says that contrary to popular belief, she actually thinks that Queen B is amazing.
Keri "snubbed" Beyoncé in her song, Turnin' Me On in 2009. The singer says that she was pressured into doing so by the producers. She also revealed that she didn't write the lyrics.
Even though Keri and Beyoncé have agreed to bury the hatchet, the BeyHive is not too sure. Beyoncé's fans are still not happy with Keri at all.
In other world celebrity news, Briefly News reported that Beyoncé Knowles-Carter shared rare picture of her bright twins Rumi and Sir. R&B singer Beyoncé Knowles-Carter is a very private celebrity and rarely shares pictures of her children on social media.
Recently, Queen B took to Instagram to share her day at the beach with her three beautiful children - Blue Ivy, Rumi and Sir. Beyoncé gave birth to her twins in 2017 and fans were really happy for her when she announced her pregnancy.
Queen B broke the news of her pregnancy on Instagram and broke the record at the time for the most likes on the photo-sharing app. Being a mega-superstar is quite demanding and everyone wants to know what's happening in your personal life.
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