Topics like domestic violence and abuse are discussed.Keyshia Cole reportedly visited her boyfriend Birdman early Friday morning and didn't like what she found.
Birdman - whose real name is Bryan Williams and has an estimated net worth of $160 million - is best known for his ability to make rappers into hip hop superstars like his protege Lil Wayne, and has been working closely with Justin Bieber recently.
WENN We told you earlier this week that at the premiere of Keyshia Cole’s new reality show, “Keyshia Cole: All In,” Daniel Gibson came through to show his support to his estranged wife.
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Technically Keyshia has I believe a total of 3 sister by her biological mom Frankie.
PHOTOS: Celebrity mugshots According to the site, the Grammy-nominated singer showed up to Birdman's home around 5 a.m.
and attacked the woman, leaving scratches all over her face.
“You know, with what happened between us, we’ve been separated. But at the end of the day, I always want what’s best for her and my son.
I can’t have any control over who or what she does outside of me, because we both had our own thing going on.
Parents need to know that this spin-off of Keyshia Cole: The Way It Is -- which follows mother-and-daughter reality personalities Frankie Vons and Neffe Pugh as they work through their troubled relationship -- addresses some tough topics, including drug addiction, domestic violence, abuse, divorce, and incarceration.