K.Michelle sings about MeMpHiTz

    K.MIichelle has dubbed her ex MeMpHiTZ the worst man she ever had in a teary performance in New York earlier this week.

    It’s been a while since we’ve heard K.Michelle utter a  peep about her former beau MeMpHiTz. This season of “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” has mostly been about handing new beefs with her cast mates.  But during a show at the Highline Ballroom in New York this week, K.Michelle got a little misty eyed as she told her fans that she struggled to move forward with her life and her career after allegedly being attacked by the music executive.

    The hardest part for her was dealing with all of the people attacking her for speaking out on her experience with MeMpHiTz. She believes the negativity is a big reason why more people don’t come forward after being abused.

    “I had people send me hate, send me Tweets and do things to me, like I was the one who did it to myself. I think a lot of women don’t tell their story, and men, just because you don’t know what people are going to say to you,” K.Michelle told fans, revealing she has others issues to handle in the aftermath. “I still get angry and I think that’s the reason for a lot of the things that I do that I shouldn’t. But you can’t take the excuse. You just have to get better and say why, and move forward.”

    At that, K.Michelle launched into a remix of Beyonce’s “Best Thing I Never Had” that she dubbed “The Worst Man I Ever Had.” She started the song taking a shot MeMpHiTz’s marriage to Toya Wright, singing that she feels sorry for his bride.

    “Heard you got married, damn shame for her/Cause I’m glad you showed me who you really were/The picture you paint, you know you ain’t no saint/Keep it real about everything, I know just who you are,” K.Michelle belted. “When I think of the times I had a fist to my eye, face so swolled up and that it hurt me to cry/Thank God I didn’t die, Thank you God for saving my life/I’m so over you, my momma prayed my way out.”

    As she continued, she expressed her belief that no matter who the public is siding with that life will get him back for her. “You got karma you can’t run away.” K.Michelle sang. “So sad you are an evil man without a heart/Every dog has his day and every sinner ain’t no saint/You can’t stop what God has for me.”

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