“If [it is] so, that you and my husband are meant to be together, then God bless you both and I hope you never have to deal with what I did. If you two being together forever is the case, [it’s] more of a reason for us to get along, because I’m not going anywhere. ” –After having a great evening with my son and enjoying some fun twit chat, I decided to sign off and get some work done.
[There’s] a child to be raised.” Concluding with an olive branch, Mashonda answered Alicia Keys’ initial “smart versus sparks” twitter post. However, a few hours later I was advised that I should check @aliciakeys twit page. I feel our issues are a lot more serious than a website conversation.
The New York superstar is also in the midst of preparing for the release of her first album in four years and what better way of getting word out ahead of the summer release than playing in front of 80,000 fans in the stadium with more than 380 million people watching on TV."My kids are crazy big football fans.
Currently the names I know the best are Ronaldo, Messi, and James. " she laughs as I back track slightly for asking knowing that football isn't quite the sensation in the US as it is over here.
No wonder the world has fallen for her several times over.
Keys, who has earned 15 Grammys over the course of her 15-year career, is arguably one of the most commercially and critically successful recording artists on the planet.
She also is a new judge and coach on , NBC’s singing competition show, catapulting her image into the homes of more than 10 million Americans each week. For instance, she’s a woman who cracks her knuckles, a habit likely a direct result of tickling the ivories for the past 28 years.
Her speech is peppered with de rigueur East Coast slang, ’90s hip-hop references and self-help quips. She’s the chick from the block who’s done good, and that familiarity is grounding.
R&B singer Mashonda, currently involved in a divorce with Swizz Beatz, wrote an open letter today (September 26) to the producer’s current girlfriend Alicia Keys, calling her twitter posts “insensitive.” Posted using Twitlonger, which allows for messages that exceed 140 characters, Mashonda’s letter touched on her feelings on the love triangle which eventually split her and Swizz.
According to Mashonda’s note, the cause is a post from Alicia Keys’ twitter account, which asked, “[In] love, is it better to go [for] the choice that is smart or the choice that has spark?
She’s a philanthropist, too, and has raised millions over the past 13 years for her Keep a Child Alive foundation, which supports children and their families as they battle HIV and AIDS.
Add to that her hope of “rebooting the world” by encouraging the everyday citizen to take action and donate to the globe’s greater good through the We Are Here movement she launched in September 2014.