R&B singer Keke Wyatt was a guest on today’s The Clay Cane Show on SiriusXM, explained why she return to reality TV.
Despite Keke Wyatt feeling she was portrayed in the past, the R&B singer returns to reality TV. During the excusive interview via SiriusXM’s The Clay Cane Show, Wyatt explained her decision to return.
“I was asked to come back and I thought that was pretty cool. Because I really, I thought that R&B Divas made me just look like a horrible person. The way that everything was edited just really hurt my feelings because I’m like, Yo, I’m not like that all the time. I mean, a lot, but not all the time. You know? Give me some credit somewhere. Sheesh,” said Keke. “But I think what made me go ahead and say ‘Yes’ was the fact that I would be one of the executive producers. That made me feel good. My first time around, first show, and then I get that credit. Like, that’s awesome. We TV is the freaking, I could just lick them. They’re amazing.”
The former R&B Divas: Atlanta star was also asked about an old scene from R&B Divas where her now ex-husband appeared to disapprove of Wyatt’s brother marrying another man, she responded:
“I think that he, in his, you know, religious way of thinking feels that that’s not right. But at the same time, he still loves them. You know what I mean? You, you can’t make people – listen, I only stand for Kiki. That’s my ex. He has been out my life for so many years. I don’t even care what he’s doing ’cause honey, he ain’t even right. So with whatever he got going on, so God bless him. Now, you know, I, my opinion, I love my brothers. I love my family, and they can do whatever makes them happy. If they’re happy, I am happy. If they are sad, I am sad. If they’re mad, I’m mad. And so, you know, to see my brother and his, they’ve been married freaking 10 years….And you know, like honey, the people that are – can’t even keep it together for a year. And then you have this, a beautiful rainbow marriage, and they’re still kicking it, you know what I’m saying? And they’re married still and making it work…. I think people just need to sit down somewhere and shut up, mind their business. It’s what I think,” she said.