Keyshia Cole Slams Her Sister Neffe For Writing Tell-All-Book [Details]

Rucuss staffJanuary 10, 2013

The family feud between Keyshia Cole and her sister Neffe Pugh continues.

Cole is upset that Neffe wrote the book, The Price I Paid, detailing her life in the spotlight. Cole believes the book is just an outlet for her ungrateful sister to publicly bash her. Without mentioning Cole’s name in the book that has been in stores since November, Neffie said her relationship with her sister has become almost unrepairable.

Apparently Cole finally got around to reading it and she went on Twitter to vent her frustration Wednesday night.

“How many of y’all have leaches in your own family?,” Cole tweeted. “I need to know I’m not  alone! B-tch talk about me in ya book and wearing the shoes I gave u on the cover? F-cking Bogus! If it wasn’t for my name, people making money off that alone. They would have the courage to say they just don’t like me. I see I gotta take it back to the days when I used to slap a b-tch tho!”

Neffe tried to take the high road.

“I am very great full to have wore a pair of shoes for my book cover that was  given to me what a blessing:) God is so amazing,” Neffe tweeted. “I am also grateful for my supporters and fans family and peers who have bought my book and made sure I know about it. Be blessed and be sure to love someone besides u# because it counts!

Neffe added, “The Price I Paid✌Please remember to remain humble and true to who u r never let the devil win because he’s working hard in these last days. Stay prayed up.”

The drama between Neffe and Cole began after the Frankie and Neffe show was created. Neffe told Bossip.com that the singer didn’t like she wasn’t included in the process. The tension between the two escalated when Cole didn’t invite her to her Las Vegas wedding.

“Me and Neffe used to fight like cats and dogs,” Cole told ZHipHopCleveland radio station in December. “I remember fighting her plenty of times like after award shows. We just fought and so I just feel like if Neffe had a problem with me, you can come and talk to me about these problems, so I don’t know. We haven’t really gotten to the root of the problem. We’ve had conversations about it, but never really, as far as an understanding.”

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