Keri Hilson and Serge Ibaka are rumored to be still dating, but it seems others haven’t gotten the memo. To that, the singer has one thing to say: Back off my man, because I ain’t the one.
Friday, Hilson, 31, took to Twitter and came out of left field with a rant that read like she wanted to get something off her chest, and at the center of her social media tirade was her man.
Gossip site, Necole Bitchie, followed up with a post titled, “Keri Hilson Has A Message For Thirsty Chicks Creeping In Her Man’s DMs.”
Let’s play Devil’s advocate and assume that Keri is still dating Serge, and the message she has for women is about her personal situation. That said, let’s get right into the latest gossip.
The post says Keri puts women on blast who wake up everyday with the expressed purpose of trying to be “the other woman,” by any means necessary — even if it means trying to get a piece of another woman’s apple pie.
Apparently, with social media at everyone’s fingertips, which brings out the best — and worst — of users, women are putting themselves out there to eligible bachelors in hopes of scoring a keeper.
As the online tabloid suggests, “creeping” women use nude selfies as bait, and send them — unsolicited — to a man of means. People like SergeIbaka. The tweets from Keri Hilson were brief, but to the point, and stung like a knife, especially to those who are out their violating.
Why do girls think it’s cute to vie for the attention of a taken man? Why don’t they feel hoe-ish? When did this become acceptable? — Keri Hilson (@KeriHilson) August 29, 2014
Did ALL the rules go out the window w/ social media? Don’t we have more respect for OURSELVES, if not for other women? And relationships? — Keri Hilson (@KeriHilson) August 29, 2014
Meanwhile, that man AND his girlfriend are laughing at your thirsty ass–together. That’s what you need to know. Have a little self-respect. — Keri Hilson (@KeriHilson) August 29, 2014
Unfortunately, the alleged culprits — assuming there’s more than one out there — are not mentioned, but considering the warning shots fired by the singer, there’s a lot of women playing Salt-N-Pepas “I’ll Take Your Man.” But part of what set Keri off could be blamed on a woman’s monthly visitor. And no, it’s not the mailman, according to her tweet.
(…as a matter of fact, “this week’s tweets powered by #PMS.”
However, after the news began circulating about Keri’s claws coming out, she set the record straight, but it seems it’s only a matter of semantics. Simply put, she said what she said in the way she said it, but the mention of women direct-messaging Serge doesn’t match up with what Hilson said. Just keeping it real on that end.
I don’t remember saying anything about DM’s, but…Kermit?
The “Pretty Girl Rock” singer has been in the background of the music scene as of late, but she is busy in the background with her philanthropy with charities to benefit HIV/AIDS and others.
Keri Hilson doesn’t often rant, but when she does, she takes women to school on the rules of engagement with men already accounted for. To her, a sign that says, “occupied” means exactly that…”occupied.”
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