Keri Hilson can’t catch a break. The R&B struggling singers career never took off after controversy surrounding her first hit single “Turnin Me On” was suspected of firing shots at Ci-ERROR and Beyonce in the remix.
The Beyhive from that day forth has gone out their way to make her life a living hell.
Keri has had to go on record to breakdown the beef and producer Timbaland even said he helped her record a new track apologizing to King Bey.
According to Revolt TV:
“And I got this one song that I did with Keri on my album called “Sorry.” And Keri actually tells the story about the whole Beyonce thing and how she was sorry about it because she really wasn’t talking about Beyonce but other people…it says it in the song.“
But, not so fast! Keri now says the song was “misrepresented” and probably will never see the light of day.
Via The Grape Juice:
“That track really got misrepresented though. Whoever filmed that video cut him off and faded the video off to make it seem like it was the end of the sentence. Maybe his intention was to clear up what he previously said. I’m not sure if that record will even make the album.”
Cool. Now, going back to Timbaland, we’ve also heard of your involvement with his new album. Can you tell us about that?
“I’ve heard the music and it’s dope. He and Jay-Z have a record and I’m on it.”
Keri baby, for your safety, stay hidden