Neffe, Elite Respond To Keyshia ColePublished by Runteldat on Monday, March 15, 2010 at 12:00 am.
The two sisters appeared on the Ryan Cameron show in Atlanta to finally reveal their thoughts about the widely reported rift between them and Keyshia.
On the statement:
Neffe: You could never cut your blood loose no matter what you are doing on this earth. It runs through our veins. I’m gonna keep it 100. My sister decided to live a different life. It’s not because “oh we ghetto, we belligerent and loud”. We are all cut from the same cloth. [We all came from Frankie] If you see us, we out there, it’s just that Keyshia keeps hers from behind closed doors.
Elite: When I read it I was shocked. It was hurtful too. I had just come off of tour with Keyshia. We had 3 or 4 tours, I worked for my sister, I was her assistant for 8 months so I worked. I was shocked [by the statement]. Last time we spoke to her we didn’t think it was going to be a public permanent thing. When we last spoke to my sister, we had a family dinner to discuss some family matters and she was a little upset about the whole Frankie and Neffe Show.
Neffe: She is upset about it. She did not embrace the fact that “The Way It Is” was done and they had picked up “Frankie and Neffe”. We didn’t ask for that. We didn’t go to her and said “Sister Sister please can you give us a show. Can you give us a shot. Can we be stars”. We never asked Keyshia to do anything for us. She brought us down here to make our lives better but it didn’t get better, it got worse.”
On how life actually got worse once the two moved from California to Atlanta, Neffe said:
“For the record, I love my sister but you have to understand this is real life this is not a game. She’s a beautiful person. The “Way It Is” didn’t cut us no checks. We didn’t start seeing no money until the Frankie or Neffe show.”
She also reiterated that once she moved to Atlanta she was working two jobs – including one at AMC Theaters in addition to being a CNA. She also added that she’s certified to drive a bus. Not really the focal point of the post, but a nice tidbit to add.