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?Barths for Spring Break and they managed to snap this shot of Swizzy puckering up to his wifey Alicia while Mashonda sat Never thought we’d see this day! Nevertheless, it’s good to see that the ladies worked things out for the sake of their children, who are brothers for life after all.Check out a few more blended family photos from their trip of Alicia with her bikini bawwwdy on blast along with Swizz, Mashonda and the kids having some fun in the sun on the flip.The 29-year-old R&B singer is pregnant with her first child, her representatives confirmed. Weeks of photos have shown Keys noticeably fuller in the mid-section and sporting a collection of loose-fitting black tops.The father is Keys' fiance, producer/DJ/rapper Swizz Beatz.” Interpreting the comment as an allusion to Keys’ relationship with Swizz, Mashonda writes that after two years of attempts to reach Keys, she’s only received “constant displays of selfishness and disconcern [sic] to me and my son” in return.
The thirsty paparazzi were on hand during a recent family vacation to St.Alicia had her mommy-banger swag on 100 while playing with little Egypt…..…y’all know Swizzy is only like 116 pounds soaking wet…in the hell did he pull this off??It’s about the kids: When everybody is able to be an adult, which we all are able to be, and we’re able to really recognize that actually, there’s a beautiful value about the way that we can all influence each other’s lives and the lives of the kids. And it’s fatherhood and motherhood and it’s friendship.They can really see that they have more than one woman to look to and say, ‘What can I learn here? It’s really, really important and I think it’s so beautiful. And it can work when everybody really wants to do the right thing for the children.” Big ups to everyone involved for being able to get past what was a messy situation to do what was necessary for all the little ones involved, especially Tifrere.