T.I., Tiny, Beyonce

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Keyshia Cole and Rush Limbaugh didn't waste any time voicing their dislike for Beyoncé's new track, "Bow Down / I Been On," and although Tiny admits it's "shocking," she and hubby T.I. support the Queen B. 

After reassuring fans that pal Lil Wayne is "fine," the couple dish that even though they haven't heard much (or any) of Bey's latest single, "she deserves all the attention she gets."

"I haven't even heard it," T.I. tells E! News, "but my guy, Trae the Truth, he actually called me and told me somethin' about it, but I hadn't heard it myself."

He continued to point out that, "B is the epitome of success, pretty much embodies everything that it is to be upper echelon performer," but still didn't know what the fuss was all about. 

His lady then let him know the controversy because "it's aggressive and she's cussin'…it's very edgy." And that's when T.I. laid some knowledge on us about the music business. 

"As artists, as long as we are being true and honest to our hearts and what we really feel, that's what we owe the people. [Beyoncé] shouldn't be apologetic about it. We owe it to the people to give our true feelings because that's where the best music should derive from—your sincerest, passionate feelings."


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