K. Michelle Called Out Black Women on Twitter and It Didn't Go Well

K Michelle attends Prive on January 16, 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia.

K. Michelle Called Out Black Women on Twitter and It Didn't Go Well

Is she missing something here?

Published August 15, 2017

There are many internet forces in the digital era that just aren’t to be reckoned with, and social media (more narrowly, Twitter) happens to be one of them.

So when R&B soulstress K. Michelle brought her conversation about negativity and Black women’s perpetuation of it to 140 characters, she shook things up in the Twitterverse for the worse. Sure, opening up healthy dialogue on intersectional issues within the Black community is a responsibility that many Black artists take on from time to time — as they should. But when the internet digs up contradiction from the artist sparking the discussion, things don’t always turn out so well.

  1. Posing a question for fans to weigh in on, K asked everyone’s thoughts on why she believes most of the negative commentary spewed at her comes from Black women
  2. She shared her platform with some of those who responded as well, adding that she often vouches for Black women and that the community as a whole should be less contradicting of itself
  3. However, some couldn’t help but notice discrepancies in her statement and remind her of that same Black woman bashing she took part in during her 'Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta' days...

Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photo: Prince Williams/Getty Images)


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