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Alicia Keys got dragged by Twitter for starting a skincare line, when she doesn’t even wear makeup; James Charles apologizes for throwing shade

Alicia Keys, yesterday, announced the launch of her skincare line. Normally, Alicia Keys is very popular, and her music well-received, but her foray into skincare was met with backlash. Not only did regular people on Twitter speak out, but people such as James Charles and Manny MUA spoke out, though James Charles later apologized.

Alicia Keys, yesterday, announced the launch of her skincare line. Normally, Alicia Keys is very popular, and her music well-received, but her foray into skincare was met with backlash. Not only did regular people on Twitter speak out, but people such as James Charles and Manny MUA spoke out, though James Charles later apologized.By Bossyy
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

During the summer of 2001, Alicia Keys changed the game, and immediately began making hits. By 2003, Alicia Keys was one of the biggest names in music. However, Alicia Keys saw her hits dwindle, in the 2010s.

Alicia Keys, instead, embraced being a mother and a wife. Recently, she and Swizz Beatz celebrated ten years of marriage. Now, she is launching a new business venture, which should put her back on par with Rihanna, if all goes well.

Yesterday, Alicia Keys announced the launch of her skincare line, which wasn’t met with much fanfare. A lot of people went in on her for launching a skincare line, but not wearing makeup, with James Charles being the most-vocal one. But, he, too, faced backlash, so he has since issued an apology.

Watch the entire video, read the tweets, and James Charles’ apology below:

Alicia Keys, yesterday, announced the launch of her skincare line. Normally, Alicia Keys is very popular, and her music well-received, but her foray into skincare was met with backlash. Not only did regular people on Twitter speak out, but people such as James Charles and Manny MUA spoke out, though James Charles later apologized.

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