K. Michelle TELLS ALL To The Breakfast Club About Her Abuse From Memphitz, DISLIKING Toya Wright & Her ANGER ISSUES
K. Michelle stopped by NYC's Power 105 to give vivid details about her physical fights with Memphitz, her issues with Toya Wright and her own anger problems. Yeah, she threatens co-star Karlie Redd some more too. Listen inside....
"Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" star K. Michelle chatted it up with Power 105 1's "The Breakfast Club" this morning where she spoke in detail on Memphitz beating her up.
Describing herself as "When keeping it real goes wrong" she admits that Memphitz has some temper issues and sometimes things she "said" would set him off. She admits that she was arguing with him when he snapped, BUT he hit her first. During the fight, she says he smothered her twice as she tried to flee and she ended up with carpet burns on her body and badly bruised. And at one point, before they finally cut ties from each other, she says he threatened to kill her son!
When it came to Toya Wright, she said, "It's ok to be ride or die for your man, but know what you are riding for." She says that Toya was not around during her relationship with Memphitz and shouldn't have opinions about situations she wasn't involved in. She added that Toya needs to mind her business.
K. Michelle went in abouther co-star she recently had a table shaking feud with on LAHHA. She said she could indeed beat Karlie Redd in a fight and really dislikes her because she is "messy." On her other co-stars, she didn't have anything negative to say about Stevie J or Joseline, but revealed she has no interest in working on music with them.
K was very open about her anger issues and personal problems and said she knew she was holding herself back at times. However, she is taking her first music label meeting in NYC this week!
She then talked about her close relationship with R. Kelly and said his interest in her was another thing that pushed Memphitz over the edge. According to K. Michelle, Memphitz felt like R. was trying to steal his artist.
Listen to the interview here: