Kimberly Michelle has “More Issues Than Vogue” and is NEVER one to hold back on how she feels about somebody if they have disrespected her, and she’s back again with another tirade towards rival Maino. The two have been embattled for years and according to the singer, Maino refuses to keep her name out of his mouth and she’s had enough.
It all started when Uncle Murda, known for his “Yearly Rap Up” recaps, aimed at K Michelle, referring to her private parts in his 2014 rendition. “I say s–t that make n—s think / Five n—s told me K. Michelle [expletive] stink.” When asked about it during an interview at 106 KMEL by radio host Shay Diddy, the singer kept her response minimal, saying the rapper was only doing it to boost his career.
“It’s a new headline every day I wake up. Today I woke up, my [expletive] was stanking,” she said. “I don’t even know who he is. In the first place, the level and caliber of men that I date, don’t know no Uncle Murda. I’m not even gonna be angry or react, because I see how people always take my name to do anything to get that attention, because they know I’ll pop off. You might get a little attention, get 300 followers, feeling like king for the day. Feel like Jay Z for the day.”
Then in 2016 things began to heat up when the “Hi Hater” rapper appeared with rapper Uncle Murda on The Breakfast Club to promote their Yellow Tape: King Kong And Godzilla mixtape. When asked by Angela Yee about the previous comments he had made on Michelle, he proceeded to insult her. “She got that stink [expletive], I call it the K. Michelle sometimes I just speak what’s on my mind. I know people who did certain things with her. My man said it was not right.”
The singer and star of Love and Hip Hop made her own appearance on the same show shortly afterward to promote her More Issues Than Vogue album where she then addressed the comments for the second time, also keeping her response short on the subject. “Honestly, I didn’t even know who [Uncle Murda] was,” K. Michelle claimed. “First off you have these old a— men promoting a mixtape, let’s look at that first. I mean he’s 40 with a mixtape. There’s no need to address that.”
K. Michelle’s appearance incited the pair to go on Angela Yee’s Lip Service to further explain their blowout. “I seen some things on the internet this morning, and I just was like, you know, for one I personally never ever ever spoke down on that woman in my personal life and never spoke down on her in my professional life,” said Maino. “Uncle Murda’s my brotha. He’s free to say whatever he wanna say, but let’s get it correct. The things that he’s saying? Already been said already, in public forum. Alright? So he ain’t saying nothing that nobody ain’t already say in a public forum, you understand?”
He continued, “Now, I would never enter into a back and forth with a woman because that’s just not what I’m doing, and that’s just not what i’m into. I consider K. Michelle cool. We have a friendship, you understand? And I would never disrespect her. I would never disrespect her in public, and i would never disrespect her in my personal life, you know? I met her son, I met her mother…so it’s all love. at the end of the day? I think certain things got took out of context… it’s a lot of gangster s—t being sold…”
It would be years later when Uncle Murda would reignite their beef, including the singer in that year’s rendition of his recaps. The rapper claimed to have been incensed due to her support for rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine’s release during his federal racketeering case. “[I don’t care. I don’t care.],” she once tweeted. “I’m happy 69 is getting out. That man is so entertaining [and] I like his music. S—t, he didn’t snitch on me, and if somebody tried to kill me, I’m snitching, too,” prompting Uncle Murda to respond that she had “played herself” and her comments placed her in the “2019 Rap-Up,” once again referring to her hygiene.
Fed up with the rapper, she went on Trina and Trick Daddy’s radio show and expressed her true feelings when asked by the hosts about Murda’s bars. “He’s never met me one day,” said the “Can’t Raise A Man” singer. “Never met. Never been in the same room. Nothing. Some stuff just not gangsta. I don’t entertain it. It’s like, he’ll do it every year, whatever kick he gets off of it or whatever, but I know for a fact what it is he never met me.”
She went on: “Just pickin’ on a black woman for no reason who you don’t know anything about just so you can get clicks and you’ve said it before and then say, ‘I’ll sleep with her, though.’ Like, that type of thing, that’s clown s**t to me. So I’mma let you continue to be a clown and I’m just a woman out here making a lotta money.”
It’s now a year later, and the singer has kept that same energy, but this time for his buddy Maino. K. Michelle’s recent pop-up on the Clubhouse app is making its way around the Internet for her rant. “You lil’ pea head fool,” she can be heard saying in the clip. “You make the New York people look bad. You round here running your f—g mouth about Lil’ Kim telling me all her business, and I love Lil Kim. You know what I’m saying? You round here running your mouth about women. But you never run your mouth about n—s, but you a gangster though.”
She then began to press the rapper on his comments on her “hot pocket” as she affectionately has referred to her private parts in the past, saying that she has no problems in that area and questions why he consistently refers to it in interviews. But then she announces that she plans to pursue legal action against the Brooklyn rapper come the new year.
“I am a black woman,” she added. “You are a black man. We are in the middle of a pandemic right now and you are concerned with getting clicks and baits and likes off of my [expletive]? I’m suing you, you b—h. And I can’t wait until January. I’m gon’ handle you because if not you gon’ be handled like how I handle people in the street. You’d be stretched out. That’s what you would be.”