Rasheeda Disses K. Michelle
If you thought the petty online beef between rapper Rasheeda and singer K. Michelle was over, you thought very wrong. The two “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” starlets have been feuding for weeks over reports that a brawl took place between them, leaving Rasheeda bloody and Michelle, the victor. Rasheeda’s been adamant that the incident never happened. Additionally, the rapper’s publicly expressed doubts that Michelle was abused by the husband of her close friend, Toya Wright, leading Michelle to publicly say that Rasheeda has “no backbone.”
Over the weekend, an obviously perturbed Rasheeda took to her Instagram account and released a lengthy post explaining in detail why she does not believe the songstress. Calling her “Fake Michelle,” Rasheeda detailed the singer’s history of threats against herself, Toya Wright and “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kandi Burruss. She also mentioned how hypocritical it is for Michelle to be against domestic abuse but threaten violence against other women. “I find it real sad how this desperate rat, Fake Michelle, can’t keep my name out her mouth,” wrote Rasheeda.
“It’s sad how a person wants sympathy but every word & gesture out of her mouth is slapping a b— and whooping a b— a–. First, when you see Toya you gone slap her on site (YEAH RIGHT), then you threaten to whoop Kandi a— but when you seen her at the hair salon you was quiet as a mouse. Now, today u have another interview out claiming your only regret was you wish you would of slapped the s— outta me & hit me with a 1/2 punch,” she added. “That alone should make people question your character. […] “Everything you say is violent. You keep preaching about being abused but threatening to abuse others.”
The letter also included an old picture of the singer exposing her breasts to the cameras as well as the reasons Rasheeda isn’t buying her abuse claims. Memphitz’ wife, Toya, later tweeted to Rasheeda and hinted at releasing a mysterious audio recording to clear her husband’s name once and for all.
The juvenile exchanges continue.
Check out Rasheeda’s letter to K. Michelle below. Does she make a valid point or is time to put the he-said, she-said foolishness to rest? –danielle canada