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Fans are somehow still outraged by the notion that Hilson's 2008 song "Turnin’ Me On" called out Beyonce for an inability to write her own lyrics.
Though it's since been reported that Hilson was taking aim at Ciara, and not at Beyonce, fans aren't willing to let it go. As far as WHATEVER your really mad about, I had my reasons. Just chalk it up to your ignorance of my reality and LET…IT…GO. In January, Hilson went on record to declare she doesn't "have a beef with any female artist." “We live in such a gullible world.
And after years of taking heat from the Bey Hive, Hilson appears to have reached her breaking point. I’m stronger than you imagine, but waking up/going to bed to your ugliness is just TOO MUCH, kids. Anything that’s written, anything that’s posted, anything picture that is interpreted one way is taken as truth," she told Hip Hop Hollywood in an interview. I know that I can’t please everyone, but personally, let’s just leave it alone.
In a series of tweets, the 30-year-old singer wrote: It’s TOO much!! Is everything I tweet gonna be “intentionally misinterpreted” as a statement about someone/drama I know nothing about? “It’s like, I’m human…and it’s hurtful," she explained. It’s not okay to just make up false things about someone, especially in their personal life.
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Connie(Brely Evans), an unhappy wife, turns to Daryl for help losing weight, hoping to fix her marriage.
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