Keyshia Cole’s BF: ‘I’ll Never Settle Down w/ 1 Woman … I Love ALL My B*TCHES’

R&B Singer Keyshia Cole’s boyfriend is speaking out, and he’s embarrassing the heck out of poor Keyshia.

Media Take Out confirms that the R&B beauty, 42, is dating Atlanta rapper Hunxho, who is 24. And the relationship seems pretty toxic.

Hunch has been cheating on Keyshia with women all over Atlanta – and his side chicks are all VERY ratchet.

His latest side piece, a female rapper whom he was supposedly working with, leaked evidence of their escapades.

Keyshia defended her man, and exposed his side piece for cheating on her fiancé.

Well Hunxho gave an interview yesterday where he explained that he’s not in a relationship with ANY of the women in his life.

He says, “I love all the b***es in my life. I love them and they love me and they also love each other. We’re like a family”

How embarrassing:

Keyshia is an American singer, songwriter, television personality and actress. Born and raised in Oakland, California, she began her career as a backing vocalist for MC Hammer before signing with A&M Records to release her debut studio album, The Way It Is (2005). It received platinum certification by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), spawned the Billboard Hot 100-top 20 single “Love,” and earned two nominations at the 2006 Soul Train Music Awards. Established by the album’s success, Cole filmed a reality television series for BET documenting her career, family and personal life titled Keyshia Cole: The Way It Is; the show ran for three seasons, and became one of the most-watched programs in the network’s history.

Cole’s second album, Just Like You (2007) was supported by the Billboard Hot 100-top ten single “Let It Go” (featuring Missy Elliott and Lil’ Kim), as well as the top 40 singles “I Remember” and “Heaven Sent”. The album received four Grammy Award nominations, peaked at number two on the Billboard 200, and received platinum certification by the RIAA. Her third album, A Different Me (2008), was met with continued success, also peaking at number two on the Billboard 200 and receiving platinum certification. Cole’s fourth and fifth albums, Calling All Hearts (2010) and Woman to Woman (2012) both peaked within the top ten of the chart and saw continued praise; the latter was led by the single “Enough of No Love” (featuring Lil Wayne), the only song of the albums to enter the Billboard Hot 100. Her sixth and seventh albums, Point of No Return (2014) and 11:11 Reset (2017) were released by Interscope and Epic Records, respectively, and both met with critical and commercial declines.

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