New York, NY – K. Michelle appeared on The Breakfast Club today (March 29) and confronted Angela Yee, claiming that she instigated harmful comments against her. Maino appeared on The Breakfast Club last week with Uncle Murda to promote their Yellow Tape mixtape and Yee asked about past comments that Uncle Murda made about how K. Michelle‘s vagina stinks and the group laughs and makes jokes.
Charlamagne brings up Uncle Murda’s comments to the singer, who is promoting her album, More Issues Than Vogue. She dismisses the rappers’ behavior as childish before directing her attention to Yee.
“You’re a woman and I think I’ve been very cool and very supportive of you,” K. Michelle says 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 even talking about that. You brought that back up. ”
In the first interview, Uncle Murda implied that Maino had sex with K. Michelle, saying he wasn’t going to say names, but he heard about the state of the singer’s private parts from the rapper he was putting out the mixtape with. Yee asks if Uncle Murda would have sex with someone who’s vagina stinks, which he says, in the case of K. Michelle, he would. Yee responds as the room erupts in laughter by saying, “I just wanna say y’all are both nasty for that because you both would still do it.”
The singer did not appreciate Yee’s behavior with the rappers.
“You brought that up and then you was being all instigating,” she says. “When he said he was gonna sleep with me, you was like, ‘Ew, you nasty.’”
Yee defends her actions to K. Michelle by saying that she did not mean any negativity towards her.
“I’m saying, ‘How could you say that about a woman and then still say you hit it?'” she says about Uncle Murda and his comments. “‘That means there’s something wrong with you.’”
K. Michelle excuses the guys’ behavior, including co-hosts DJ Envy and Charlamange, saying that “these niggas right here don’t give a fuck. They’re nasty. Their balls hanging.” She throws a slight jab at Maino as well for promoting a mixtape at the age of 40. But she says that as a woman, Yee has a responsibility that the guys don’t.
“You sat there and chuckled,” she says. “You did that and you don’t know what that might have done to me. If I wasn’t a bitch that was drinking her drink, cashing her checks …it might would’ve fucked up my whole motherfucking day.”
K. Michelle understands the nature of the industry where people fish for catchy or controversial headlines, but she says that still does not give Yee the right to behave the way she did.
“You have to do a job,” she says. “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.”
View The Breakfast Club interview of K. Michelle confronting Angela Yee and the interview with Maino and Uncle Murda below: