K. Michellesays she’s moving past her beef with MeekMill and wants him to make the most of his newfound freedom … but she’s not singing the same sweet tune when it comes to Nicki Minaj.
The singer and ‘Love & Hip Hop’ star sat down with RaquelHarper for a recent episode of “Raq Rants” on BET, and Michelle says she forgives Meek for replacing her with Nicki on their hit song, “Buy A Heart,” a decision she considered total betrayal.
Remember, K. Michelle says the song was intended for her … before it landed on Nicki’s record, featuring Meek — back when they were still banging. KM’s always blamed Nicki for shady music biz deals.
Michelle wishes Meek well and encourages him to keep making a positive impact in the community, warning him to stay outta trouble so he doesn’t end up back in jail.
As for Nicki … Michelle says they’ll never be friends, because Nicki tried to snatch her Dreamchasers chain.
“Raq Rants” returns Jan. 8 at 11 PM on BET. On the West Coast, if you have Dish or DirecTV, it’s on at 8 PM.
Michelle Obama stuck to her motto during an event in NYC with Sarah Jessica Parker — when others go low, she’s going high … as in super thigh-high boots and a matching slit in her gown.
SJP was with the former First Lady Wednesday night at the Barclays Center to discuss Michelle’s best-selling memoir, “Becoming.” MO brought her couture A-game … draped in a gorgeous bright yellow dress and a pair of metallic gold knife over-the-knee boots from Balenciaga.
If you’re interested … they retail for $ 3,900. Happy shopping.
As great as Michelle looks here, “Becoming” is sitting just as pretty at #1 at the top of a lot of bestsellers’ lists, including the NYT and Amazon. She’s also No. 1 across the pond, having just become the first woman to sell the U.K.’s best selling Christmas book since J.K. Rowling in ’08.
It feels like a lifetime has passed since Mrs. O delivered her “go high” message at the Democratic National Convention, when Hillary Clinton accepted the nomination.
Of course, she wasn’t referring to fashion then … but it clearly applies now.