For years, Keri Hilson has been dealing with backlash over an unofficial version of her hit, “Turnin’ Me On”. On the tune, Hilson refers to an unnamed female artist as a “ho”, leading many to speculate that the line was aimed at Ciara or Beyonce.
After years of her haters not getting over the alleged diss, Miss Keri finally reached her breaking point, letting out her frustrations on Twitter earlier this morning:
It’s TOO much!! Please! Is everything I tweet gonna be “intentionally misinterpreted” as a statement about someone/drama I know nothing about? You have no idea what your hateful words could do to someone’s spirit. Years of verbal abuse from strangers all day long. Enough is enough! I’m here for MY FANS! I’m stronger than you imagine, but waking up/going to bed to your ugliness is just TOO MUCH, kids. I get it, OK? You can stop now. As far as WHATEVER your really mad about, I had my reasons. It’s been years! Just chalk it up to your ignorance of my reality and LET…IT…GO. As for my mistakes, God has dealt with me.
Hilson’s anger seems to have subsided since the initial rant, with her posting on Twitter a small time later:
I’m at peace. I’m fine. I’m fulfilled. Truly happy. Grateful. Ready. Stepping back in. The best is yet to come … don’t balee me juh watch!
HipHollywood also recently caught up with the singer at the Gillette ‘Kiss & Tell’ event where she denied having any beef with Beyonce or “any female artist.” She also updates us on the progress of her new album, a project we’re certain will not include anymore diss tracks.