Keyshia Cole, Michelle Williams, Latavia Roberson

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Contrary to a fake tweet that popped up recently, Michelle Williams still has not responded to Keyshia Cole's Super Bowl diss.

Following the "Trust and Believe" crooner's tweets, which referred to the Destiny's Child member as "always f--king the groove up" among other things, a fan of Williams tweeted, "Welp! *tears* RT @RealMichelleW @KeyshiaCole I'm Destiny's Child and you are Frankie's Child... You do the math," according to Rumorfix.

Essentially, retweeting words that Williams never wrote (and threw Cole's mother, who has battled with drug addiction, into the mix).

Once Williams caught wind of the fake tweet, she responded, writing, "I never tweeted that! Be wise and check the ORIGINAL timeline before you spread more mess! Once again...God bless!" 

Meanwhile, former Destiny's Child member LaTavia Robertson appears to have let go of her past beef with the group (she and LeToya Luckett were replaced by Williams and Farrah Franklin in 2000), telling Celebuzz the trio "looked great and did a good job with their dance moves" during the show.

"Obviously, seeing Beyoncé perform was the highlight for me," Robertson continued. "I got a real surprise when both Kelly and both popped up on the stage like that." 

"Beyoncé was especially amazing. She looked fabulous and her voice was really strong," she went on.

Luckett also had nothing but nice things to say about the killer halftime show, tweeting, "The MOST entertaining Super Bowl I've ever seen in MY life from start to finish! #Handsdown," adding, "I.N.C.R.E.D.I.B.L.E. ‪#soproud." 

Cole has since deleted most of her rant after receiving a bit of backlash herself. 

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