K. Michelle Responds To Uncle Murda's Diss: 'That's Clown S**t To Me'

"[You] just pickin' on a Black woman for no reason."

Uncle Murda ended 2019 with guns ablazing after he [/fired off] a flurry of verbal assaults when he dropped his single, “Rap Up 2019.

  • In his remixed version of the The Gap Band's 1982 classic, “Outstanding,” Murda took aim at numerous artists on the 10-minute cut, including Jay-Z, R. Kelly, Kanye West, Tank, Jussie Smollet, Lil Reese, and Bobby Shmurda among others. 

  • K. Michelle found her name in the crosshairs after Uncle Murda shared his displeasure with voicing her support for Tekashi 6ix9ine’s release following the conclusion of the Brooklyn-bred rap artist’s highly publicized federal racketeering case. 

    “[I don’t care. I don’t care.],” she said. “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,” she wrote on Twitter in December of 2019. “I’m snitching on you cheating n**gas. Lol. Half these rappers y’all like ARE NOT ABOUT THAT LIFE. Big FACTS.”

    Afterward, Murda had sentiments for K as well.

    “I wasn’t even thinking about her until I saw this stupid s**t congratulations you played [yourself]. You just made the ‘2019 Rap Up’,” Murda issued on Instagram once he came across her comments.


  • Sure enough, Murda was not playing around. 

    "K. Michelle can't keep her man, 'cause her p***y stink ... Why back talkin' about that girl's p***y stinkin'? 'Cause she put up a post co-signing Tekashi snitchin'," Murda rapped before taking aim at 6ix9ine as well. He later went on Hot 97 where he explained why he came after K. Michelle. 

    "I thought that was kind of wack when I saw her do that this time around," he explained. "She was just like, 'He didn't snitch on me, I'm happy he's comin' home,' stuff like that. It was kind of weak. I actually know people that's locked up over the corny sh*t Tekashi did. Me and her don't really like each other anyway. It's my fault. I'm not going to sit here and act like she did."


  • K. Michelle recently paid a visit to Miami rap stars’ Trina and Trick Daddy’s newly launched morning radio show where Trick Daddy asked Michelle about her opinion on Murda’s song. 

    “He's never met me one day," the R&B songstress said. “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 then added: “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.”

    Listen to K. Michelle’s response to Uncle Murda in full below.


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