Over the last couple of years, “The Breakfast Club” morning show, hosted by Angela Yee, Charlamagne Tha God, and DJ Envy on New York City’s Power 105 FM, has proved to be a go-to destination for entertainers to keep it absolutely 100 and speak their minds.
Unfortunately for Yee, K. Michelle had a lot to get off her chest when she appeared on the show March 29 in regard to some comments Yee made while interviewing rappers Maino and Uncle Murda last week. The rappers were there promoting their new joint mixtape, Yellow Tape, when Uncle Murda made comments about how the singer’s vagina allegedly stinks.
During K. Michelle’s appearance on the show, Charlamagne brought up the subject of Uncle Murda’s comments, to which K. Michelle wrote off the rappers as acting childishly but soon turned her attention to addressing Yee.
“You’re a woman and I think I’ve been very cool and very supportive of you,” she said to Yee. “The interview was over and the credits were running. You brought that back up. And the thing about that is, I know you want ratings, but you are a woman. And no woman wants a body. And no woman wants nothing like that on them. So they wasn’t [sic] even talking about that. You brought that back up. ”
The situation began when Uncle Murda hinted without naming names that Maino had sex with K. Michelle and that he heard the singer’s lady parts had a bad odor. Yee then asked Uncle Murda would he ever sleep with someone whose vagina smelled foul and he replied he would if it were K. Michelle. The room then broke out in laughs before Yee says “I just wanna say y’all are both nasty for that because you both would still do it.”
K. Michelle let Yee know that she didn’t think it was cool of her to egg on the rappers about the subject.
“You brought that up and then you was being all instigating,” she said. “When he said he was gonna sleep with me, you was like, ‘Ew, you nasty. You sat there and chuckled. You did that and you don’t know what that might have done to me. If I wasn’t a b—h that was drinking her drink, cashing her checks … it might would’ve f—ed up my whole motherf—ing day.”
Yee was apologetic and relayed that she never meant any disrespect to K. Michelle who says she understands the nature of the business and that controversy sells but she still expects more of Yee.
“You have to do a job,” she continued. “But maybe before you open your mouth when you do your job, you should look at the time. You was at my listening party. You knew that album was coming out. You know how the media attacks me. So you know any negative headline that they can put up about me to overshadow my music is what they do.”
K. Michelle’s new album, More Issues Than Vogue, in stores and available across all digital platforms.