K. Michelle is not afraid to stand up for her sisters. The singer pounced into protective mode after two NFL players made disparaging comments about Black women, and wasted no time putting the disrespectful athletes on blast.
It all started when Firecracker K noticed a meme on Arizona Cardinals Brennan Clay's Instagram page featuring a group of sexy women with the caption, "This Could Be Us." His teammate Tony Jefferson commented on the photo, "Ay pony you want that dark a** one in the middle too?" referring to a dark-skinned Black woman in the center of the shot. "Haha the dark bish can go," replied Clay.
Tony Jefferson (left) and Brennan Clay (right)
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The R&B singer went in on the football players for their horrible remarks, reposting a screen grab of their conversation on her own Instagram. "See normally I don't say anything but if you have a platform you speak up," she began. "These two African American clown a** football players play for the @azcardinals. Their comments towards the dark skin woman in this post was just disgusting."
But she didn't stop there. "I did research and you 2 little hobbits have a long way to go before you have the right to crack jokes on anybody due to the color of their skin," she continued. "You both seem to show symptoms and signs of the short d**k syndrome. If you didn't play football believe me NO ONE would be checking for you."
Bam! Once she put Clay and Jefferson in their places, she went on to celebrate dark-skinned women. "The Black woman is the most beautiful most copied human," she wrote. "I find it sad that you are what we have as representation of the Black man. I pray my son never grows up to have such a corrupted soul."
Read the R&B singer's rant in full below:
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