Spill The Tea With Cedes: Keri Hilson Comeback And Bad News For Coachella Fans

January 10, 2018

Keri Hilson has been out of the game for a while. Her last hit No Boys Allowed was in 2010. While being on the Steve Harvey show she talked to celebrity psychic, Reginald Lewis.  Lewis revealed that he was speaking with Hilson’s deceased paternal grandmother and shocked the singer as he accurately revealed the cause of her grandmother’s death. Once he confirmed that it was indeed, Keri’s grandmother, Lewis began to share several key messages with the singer.After confirming the singer’s birthday, Lewis revealed that she’d been making drastic changes to the people she allowed in her personal life. Hilson, who broke up with her boyfriend weeks ago said: “That’s one of the things that I’m walking away from". Even though she ended a relationship and her departure from music, Lewis revealed that there will be new romantic and career opportunities in the new year for the singer. Hilson again confirmed Lewis’ accuracy stating, “It’s kind of a comeback because I hit rock bottom a few times… I’m crawling back to walking in my purpose and using my gifts… I had to give up music for a while.” It's good to see and hear from Keri's mouth that she is on the road to brining her fans new music. 


Coachella fans, yes there will be Beyonce at the festival but smoking pot is banned. The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, Calif., has banned marijuana from its grounds, which is ironic because the state legalized recreational use of marijuana a few weeks ago. On their website on the Q&A page, "sorry bro"  states "Marijuana or marijuana products aren't allowed inside the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. Even in 2018 and beyond. If that changes we will update this answer." The reason why this festival is allowed to do this is, they are private property. Coachella's venue is on private property — the festival is held at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. The promoter of the event has not been convinced the ban should be released. "The promoter has a standing right to the property, and they can determine what can and cannot be brought onto the premises," Indio police Sgt. Dan Marshall told the Los Angeles Daily News. There is a cool part in all of this for anyone who forgets this rule or doesn't know. The concert will have "amnesty boxes" for people to store their drugs without consequences.