It’s about to get real hot in K. Michelle’s mentions because the singer has just said some pretty foul things about us. On the heels of revealing the singer’s decision to deflate her backside, B. Scott has released the second part of his interesting interview series with K. Michelle in which she discusses her relationship with Idris.
While there have been numerous questions about the validity of their alleged romance– mostly due to the fact that Idris has yet to utter the singer’s name — K. Michelle has taken the questions especially personal, saying Black women always called her a liar and attack her, even though they’re the very people she fights for. Speaking on that, she told B. Scott:
“I thought it was disgusting, the backlash that I got from Black women. My whole career, the women that I fight for have been the women that attack me. And, it’s crazy — because when I told about my abuse, Black women attacked me. And they said I was a liar. And then when the reports came out, [they’d say] ’oh, I always believed you!’ That doesn’t heal that scar that you called me a liar for two years and I’m trying to be a role model.”
Turning the subject back to Idris and their 8-month relationship, she added:
“We parted on mutual terms, so I never bashed him and I never will. When I sang about what it was — it was Black women. They were [tweeting] him, and were like ‘Ew, she’s not good enough for you.’ It was bad, they’d [say things] like ‘Ew, he would never,’ or ‘Ew, why are you dating someone like that?’”
While K’s definitely not lying about the things women were saying, somewhere in her heart of hearts she must understand the confusion came from the fact that all we’ve seen of her is foul-mouthed discourse and physical altercations. And that’s when she’s not showing off her assets all over the ‘gram. The nasty remarks may not have been warranted and we’ve all needed to take Idris off of the God pedestal we placed him on a long time ago, but this whole innocent-victim-Black-woman-martyr thing K. Michelle is going for is no bueno.