Leave a comment

Lyfe Jennings Slams K. Michelle On TwitterReality star and singer K. Michelle is always one comment away from being involved in some beef. Because of something she said in a radio interview about him, R&B singer Lyfe Jennings got on Twitter and slammed the “Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta” star.

K. Michelle was a guest on New York City’s Power 105′s morning show “The Breakfast Club.” The morning crew asked her about what happened last October when she refused to perform at a Tampa concert because she didn’t want to open for Lyfe Jennings. Never one to mince words, K. Michelle said:

I was so wrong for that. Let me tell you. They were promoting me. They didn’t even have Lyfe Jennings on the flyers really. No one knew he was out of jail, so I get there and he [had told] them “No, she needs to open up for me.” It was a crowd of women and you were using my name and promoting me. I was like, “No, he’s going to go on first, he’s been in jail. I’ve been out here working and grinding, you been in jail!” I ended up saying I would go on but by then the promoters was like “No.” I made a lot of people pissed off in Tampa. I learned as an artist regardless of anything your fans come first. Just f—k it. Just go out there and sing and let them get up and leave after. I should have went on but I was like, “Damn, we didn’t know you was out, bruh.”

Jennings caught wind of the slander K. Michelle was slinging on the radio and decided to address the matter on everyone’s favorite diary social networking site Twitter. The “Must Be Nice” singer called K. Michelle out for talking about him, saying thaty every time she slanders his name, her fan base continues to dwindle. After sending massive amounts of shade in in K. Michelle’s direction, Lyfe made an announcement to all concert promoters. He said he will not ever perform at a show if K. Michelle is on the bill so don’t ask him anymore. Period!

Check the rest of his tweets below.

Source

READ MORE HOT GOSSIP ON THEURBANDAILY.COM:

C-Murder’s Murder Conviction Appeal Rejected By The Supreme Court

Wiz, Kanye & Jay-Z’s Guide To Being A Boss

Lisa Lampanelli Does Not Plan To Stop Using The N-Word [VIDEO]

comments – Add Yours