Update 12/24/2019 1:22pm:

Keyshia Cole seemed to have had enough of O.T. Genasis and the trolling of her music with videos he posted on Instagram. It seems the final straw for her was him posting a split photo of their face along with the caption “O’Keyshia dropping soon.” This caused Cole to hop in the comments of The Shade Room’s post and get petty, clowning the rapper’s hairline while in the process of promoting her and Kehlani’s new song. Now, it appears Keyshia Cole is looking to remove herself from all the negative press, as she deactivated her Instagram. Take a look above.

Update 12/23/2019 12:42pm:

O.T. Genasis and Keyshia Cole’s back-and-forth is continuing, as the rapper has made a move that many would consider to be super petty. The rapper’s viral remake of Keyshia Cole’s “Never Knew” was removed from YouTube after Cole noted that she wasn’t rocking with his take on her classic. Since then, O.T. Genasis revealed that he took to a new platform to continue with his rise of the viral remake via Pornhub.

The rapper took to Instagram with a screenshot of the video on the platform and said “Took my video off YouTube...Now let me see you take it off PORNHUB LOL.” Take a look above.

Update 12/23/2019 10:20am:

The back and forth between Keyshia Cole and O.T. Genasis keeps going, as Keyshia Cole has fired more shots at the rapper.

Recently, Cole made it known that she did not care for the rapper’s crop-remix of her popular song “Love.” Since then, Genasis took to Instagram to post a photo of him and Cole side-by-side with the caption “O’Keyshia dropping soon.”

Cole hopped in the comments of The Shade Room’s post to give her thoughts on the photo, saying “STREAM ‘All Me’ @Kehlani FEATURING ME AT 9 pm for hair growth boost, @otgenasis.” Stay tuned for more details in this situation.

Original 12/20/2019 11:22pm:

O.T. Genasis has definitely ruffled Keyshia Cole's feathers after covering her song "Love" with his own Crip-inspired rendition. During an episode of her talk show One on One with Keyshia Cole, the songstress addressed the situation in-depth as she remarked: "My only concern—this is a genuine concern is that, you know, I am trying to get my music where it used to be. I'm trying to find that passion for the music that I used to have so long ago when I was trying to get out of Oakland," adding, "So I would like my classics to be left alone. Is that wrong as an artist to say?" 

The comments forced the Long Beach rapper to respond as he shared the clip on his Instagram with the caption: "Damn Keyshia 😳😳😳 it’s like dat? I thought u was from da Bay ? I thought it was California love 😔 A n**** can’t have fun no more lol"

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