So it seems Keyshia Cole has undergone some scrutiny this morning as an explicit photo of the star emerged showing her performing a sexual act, which involved her head and an unkown male appendage, and well, you can probably fill in the blanks on the rest.

The photo surfaced on Twitter this morning and now has gone completely viral as tweeters all over are responding with dismay, humor disgust, support and more. Here is a small sampling of sentiments tweeted:

"So y'all act like yall didn't watch that keyshia cole family show... her hoe side was gonna eventually come out"

"I'm a little disappointed and proud at the same time...I ain't seen aKeyshia Cole TT yet. LOL"

"Keyshia Cole has a tat on her right arm the girl in the pic had a tat on her left arm but immature people will go along with the story"

"Idk why y'all tripping off keyshia cole giving Daniel head , At Least she know how to please hers . Some of y'all still don't get it"

The photo has been re-tweeted so many times, the star felt the need to explain the photo to the haters and lovers on twitter. Here is what she had to say:

"I've shared extremely a lot of my life with the world, with people who love me and people who H8, but jus like fam, people never tell u how much they love u,"

Keyshia went on to say via Twitter.

"Evil a$ haters STAY on some BullShyt! Y'all wish! Lol!"

Still, tweeters even found that comment somewhat interesting as many are pointing out that she didn't deny it was her.

What do you think about all this fuss over a picture? Should people let the star alone, or give her grief for TMI, no matter who the consenting parties involved are?


About Keyshia Cole

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Keyshia Cole (born October 15, 1981) is an American singer-songwriter. She gained nationwide acclaim when her 2005 debut album, The Way It Is, was certified platinum by the RIAA. Her sophomore album, Just Like You, went into production shortly after and was released in September 2007 and certified platinum four months later. Her third studio album, A Different Me, was released in December 2008 and has also been certified platinum. All three of these albums were supported by her record breaking reality/documentary series Keyshia Cole: The Way It Is which aired on BET from 2006-2008, giving viewers a closer look into Cole's career and family life with her biological mother and sister. After a two year hiatus, she released her fourth studio album, Calling All Hearts, in December 2010. Her second reality show, Family First premiered on October 9, 2012 shortly before the release of her fifth studio album, Woman to Woman on November 19, 2012.


Cole grew up listening to mentor Tupac Shakur along with R&B singers Faith Evans, Brandy,Monica. She cites Mary J. Blige and Brandy as her biggest inspirations. In an interview, Cole spoke about artists from the 1980s that influenced her. "Anita Baker, her voice is incredible and her lyrics are deep. Really listen to them." Cole proclaims. "Big Daddy Kane, the original... you can't think Brooklyn or door knockers and not think Big Daddy Kane, smooth operator: One of hip-hop's pioneers. LL Cool J, one of the first Mc's to really dissect lyrics and turn them inside out; and he made it sexy! MC Lyte, The female MC that rhymes in such a way that you don't care if she was male or female...her voice tone is crazy, and her lyrical game bananas. Queen Latifah, She represented the strong female MC, she showed us and taught us about flow and lyrical dexterity. Kid 'n Play, They showed you how to take your rap game to the next level...movies!"