Singers K. Michelle and Rasheeda, who are co-stars on the hit reality show 'Love and Hip Hop Atlanta," are battling it out on Twitter amid K. Michelle's allegations that she has been the victim of domestic violence.
K. Michelle has been very vocal about her former relationship with artist Mickey "Memphitz" Wright, who she claims abused her while they were romantically linked.
Fellow co-star, rapper Rasheeda later questioned whether she was telling the truth, and K. Michelle became defensive.
"(For) three years my career was ruined because I could not talk. I don't have that anymore," K. Michelle said. "I don't care what anybody has got to say about me. None of y'all were there. I got my [expletive] beat and I gotta explain to the world what happened to me."
Now, the two co-stars are arguing via twitter. Rasheeda recently wrote on her Twitter page:
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"Here is my reply! I find it real sad how this desperate rat Fake. Michelle can't keep my name out her mouth. It's sad how a person wants sympathy but every word & gesture out of her mouth is slapping a [expletive] and whooping a [expletives]. First, when you see Toya you gone slap her on site (YEAH RIGHT), then you threaten to whoop Kandi a*s but when you seen her at the hair salon you was quiet as a mouse.
Now, today u have another interview out claiming your only regret was you wish you would of slapped the [expletive] outta me & hit me with a 1/2 punch. That alone should make people question your character. All of our careers Me, Kandi & Toya we have been nothing but positive women to the public. Everything you say is violent. You keep preaching about being abused but threatening to abuse others.
You hit Karlie in the head with some silverware, she should of pressed charges against you're [expletive]. But my point here is, we are witnessing you physically & verbally abusing several women via interviews, blogs & twitter bullying and it's a sad [expletive] shame for someone who is claiming to be a victim.
You're playing the public trying to make them think you were abused but we know that story has a lot of holes in it. So, the police came to the hotel and seen you beat & abused like you telling the world and didn't lock up a black man in Memphis, TN???? [Expletive] please, where they do that at! You claiming you didn't want to press no charges, but they would of took that into their own hands by law. It's a shame you trying to sell this old [expletive] story but keep threatening to hurt others in the process.
The sad part is the media & the fans have to wait and continue to watch you self-destruct while everybody else already know the truth about you. Sorry ya'll! As far as any woman who has been a victim of domestic violence my heart goes out to you all and I wish you nothing but the best but this chick right here is a [expletive] FRAUD!!"
K. Michelle responded with the following tweets:
"It would b fun2offer Georgia Prune a verbal lashing,but truth is she needs 2fight with me 2even come back next season.So I'll pass." Later, she wrote, "15minutes the whole season and all of them put us 2sleep. Ur hottest scenes were becuz I was in them."
Meanwhile, Memphitz, who is married to Toya Wright, has been denying K. Michelle allegations on Twitter."As I was installing the Teeth, Titties, & A*s you're Flaunting, I forgot to tell you about the Growing Nose I threw in Pinocchio. Lol. @kmichelle I made you. -Mr. Gepetto," he wrote next to a picture of the children's character Pinocchio.
K. Michelle responded to his tweet: "A persons true colors will always show. Never fight a battle that God already won for u. I'm still standing."
Stay tuned for the next episode of "Love and Hip Hop Atlanta," airing tonight at 8pm on VH1.