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I was a fan of AK’s last album, we were both signed to J Records and I always checked up on her projects.
I sang her songs and admired her for creating Superwoman and Karma, I would never deny her, her talent.
Not to mention that I’ve reached out to her many times in the beginning of this whole thing, as any wife would do.
Unfortunately, I never succeeded in getting a response.
The 1st time I meet AK, my husband introduced us to each other at an event.
( I have no choice but to call him my husband, until he is not anymore) In the messages that I sent to her (AK), I made it very clear that on the contrary of what she might be hearing, I am still married to my husband, living with him and just had a child.
I believed in her until I found out she was possibly sleeping with my husband.
The affair was denied by both, until it was finally admitted months later. I accept his choices and I am comfortable enough with myself to move on. My concern with AK is no longer the fact that she assisted in destroying a family but that she has the audacity to make these selfish comments about love and wanting to be with someone, even after knowing their situation.
It might have started in school when I realized that I caught on to things a little quicker, and teachers started to show slight favor to me, or use me as an example. I started to notice a drastic difference in how men would relate to me if I had on jeans, or if I had on a skirt, or if my hair was done pretty. I remember feeling that same way when I first started to get recognized as an artist.Individual expression has hopefully evolved enough to the point where how someone dresses may have everything or something or absolutely nothing to do with who they sleep with, or that they are “asking for it” when it comes to unwanted attention from men.I had a few years in my early twenties when I first came out and thought I needed to dress a certain way, but I quickly realized it didn’t make me happy. It might have been when you realized you didn’t have to dress feminine; that you COULD wear something totally stereotypically lesbian.I put on dresses and didn’t braid my whole head up, so people could see more of the “real” me, even though at that point I’m sure I was more confused then ever of what the real me was.When I first saw this story this morning, it was on with the headline “Alicia Keys on Her ‘Tomboy’ Style: ‘I Chose to Hide.‘” As Alicia’s honesty about why she’s been hiding comes out, I can’t help but be nervous about how the story can be spun.