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Last Year I reported that R&B singer Lloyd went in on his former close high school friend Ciara, you can read that here he said “I don’t f**k with Hollywood b**ches and she’s like one of the chicks that’s just changed along the way with the fame and the money and all of that. I don’t really get down with her anymore on some real s**t. The truth hurts, but it will set you free. But I wish her all the best.”
Ciara stopped by Sirius XM radio in New York earlier this week to promote her upcoming projects. While there, she hit up Angela Yee’s “The Morning After” and responded to claims that she has turned “Hollywood”:

I find it very interesting how because you live in LA, you’re Hollywood. That’s what it seems to be from my perspective. I am there to work but at the same time, I am in the world of entertainment and it is one of those places that is very helpful for your business. For me it was a business decision to stay there for the time period I am there but I still own my place in Atlanta and I still own who I am as a person. I am a southern girl in LA.

And also too what is funny to me is how people judge you by who they see you taking photos with or who they see you with. Just because I hang out with someone that appears to be very different from me, doesn’t mean I’m changing who I am. Am I wrong as an African American for hanging with a person that’s Caucasian. That doesn’t make sense to me and that’s what I interpret it as

I’m a southern girl in LA. I’m an Atlien at heart. It doesn’t mean I’m Hollywood because I live there. I’ll never change who I am internally. Am I wrong for going to do Givenchy? Am I wrong for traveling? I come from Decatur and where I’ve been traveling is a BIG DEAL for my life and where I came from and what we had.

She also said she was confused by Lloyd’s public statement because she hadn’t talked to him in a long time.