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Rasheeda Explains Her Beef With K. Michelle and Relationship With Toya

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K. Michelle and Rasheeda

By: A.J. Niles

K. Michelle and Rasheeda fighting on the Love and Hip Hop Atlanta reunion, supposedly, and their beef on Twitter has been a very hot topic on the internet over the past few weeks. Rumors of the two reality TV stars’ altercation surfaced almost as soon as the show finished filming. K. Michelle and Rasheeda even had an epic Twitter beef. Rasheeda took to her Twitter account to unequivocally deny that she and K. Michelle went to blows after Rasheeda confronted K. Michelle about her actions on the show. She later issued a venomous Twitter rant towards K. Michelle after K. Michelle tweeted some rude things in Rasheeda’s direction. And now the K. Michelle and Rasheeda beef has intensified.

Those who watch the show wondered how their friendship, which seemed wonderful and positive turned negative. Viewers of Love and Hip Hop Atlanta soon saw in the closing credits of the eighth episode that Rasheeda appeared to be uncomfortable at a function where K. Michelle was advocating against domestic violence and once again telling her story that Memphitz, her ex-boyfriend and Toya Wright’s husband abused her. A confrontation scene between K. Michelle and Rasheeda soon follows.

In a later scene, Rasheeda, who is supposedly real close friends with Toya ,questioned K. Michelle and the validity of her story.

Rasheeda appeared on Kandi Koated Nights where she went on to explain why she decided to confront K. Michelle on her story.

In the two-minute clip, Rasheeda explains why she decided to confront K. Michelle and revealed why she had doubts that her story was not true. An altercation between K. Michelle and Rasheeda at the reunion show was also denied by Rasheeda.



  1. A

    August 13, 2012 at 7:58 pm

    Rasheeda is wrong and she knows it. SMH.

  2. O-La

    August 13, 2012 at 8:08 pm

    I wish Rasheeda would shut the hell up. She wasn’t there either but it’s obvious she’s already chosen a side..with her hypocrite a–.

  3. shanay

    August 14, 2012 at 12:59 am

    Are ppl still talking about k.michelle all she does is lies she can’t have an adult conversation as seen on TV and by what others says of knowing her it happened years ago why speak up everytime she’s about to release a song its getting old get over it already geez dramatic make up and wedding dress like over the top with the fake tears please

    • Izzy

      August 14, 2012 at 11:17 am

      Have you ever been abused before. Obviously not, because then that explains your ignorant comment. And I can also tell that you have never worked with victims either. Because if you did, that dumb a– comment of yours wouldn’t have been typed by your keyboard. Victims can talk about their experience how often, WHENEVER they want to, It’s therapy and you’re ignorant for finding a a problem with it. I just can’t with some of these comments.

  4. tss

    August 14, 2012 at 3:32 am

    the whole show is some fake a– bullSh*t….

  5. neska

    August 14, 2012 at 3:40 am


  6. D.A.

    August 14, 2012 at 10:44 am

    In Rasheeda’s defense, she’s not the first person to question this incident. So to say it’s messed what she does would be to put all the pressure on her for something people were already saying and thinking.

    I was reading a blog post from someone who was close to the K. Michelle/Memphitz situation and they affirmed that K. Michelle did not look beaten, bruised or shaken by anything after the alleged abuse happened there are pictures to prove it. . On top of that, they can also affirm that K. didn’t start with the allegations until RIGHT AFTER she saw Memphitz appear on the show with Toya (there’s a phone conversation). Even family members close to the situation were leaving their ‘2 cents’ about it. It in the comments section of the post.

    Even then, the person still doesn’t know what happened during the night in question, but she can reassure you that K. Michelle isn’t being very honest about it.

    That’s not just a sentiment that Rasheeda has, but that alot of people have. For those who are Team K. Michelle, don’t act like she’s the perfect person, because the T.V. tells us otherwise. And Rasheeda has been nothing but real about hers.

    • Tea

      August 14, 2012 at 10:57 am

      I can tell by your comment that you don’t know what you’re talking about. I work in the business and I know an executive who confirmed that this did happen. It’s the reason Memphitz was fired and it was text messages K. used proving it happened so she could get away from Jive. Toya and Memphitz’s camp is doing damage control. But know that had this not happened, they would have sued K. 2 years ago. You, Rasheeda, Toya, and Memphitz are the reasons why women who were abused don’t tell on their abusers. The black community has a knack for blaming victims and protecting abusers. Have several seats and stop posting those same lies Toya’s camp has been sending the blogs that NO ONE in the business chooses to republish because they know the truth too.

      • Anonymous

        August 14, 2012 at 11:14 am

        “You, Rasheeda, Toya, and Memphitz are the reasons why women who were abused don’t tell on their abusers. The black community has a knack for blaming victims and protecting abusers. ” < THIS!

      • D.A.

        August 14, 2012 at 1:38 pm

        First things first, I refuse to believe the generalized theory that black people don’t support abusers. That myth can be taken with a coke and a smile for all I care. You can believe what CNN and Fox News tells you, but I won’t. People are people and you are going to have differing opinions among them.

        My information didn’t come from Toya or her camp, it came from family members who knew about the situation AFTER it came out in 2010. You are talking about text messages, but Memphitz is talking about POLICE PRESENCE. You know good and well that K. NEVER mentioned the police being present. If that were the case, then Memphitz would have been in jail a LONG TIME AGO. Any signs of brutality towards a woman and a Police officer would have had him in handcuffs in an instant.

        And going on Twitter doesn’t facilitate a lawsuit, but going on a TV show DOES. K. didn’t say Memphitz name, and Memphitz admitted to the reason for that because now that she has the attention she has to REALLY PROVE that he abused her. I’m not generalizing people of abuse, but if you are going to go on T.V. and start giving ‘really good descriptions so people can figure it out for themselves” then you better have something to show for it. Like people weren’t going to find out that her label head at the the time of the abuse wasn’t Memphitz. PLEASE.

        I’m not blaming K. Michelle for anything, where in my comment did you ever see that I blamed K. Michelle? If anything, everyone is asking for PROOF. You are on NATIONAL TELEVISION accusing someone of doing something to you that they openly deny. Not only that but this is someone’s REPUTATION and LIVELIHOOD you are messing with. This is nothing to JOKE about, this is serious. And you need to be neutral about it because we all know that just as easy as someone can be abuse, we also know that someone can lie about something to get some attention.

        3 sides to EVERY story, his, hers, and the TRUTH.



        • Tea

          August 14, 2012 at 2:45 pm

          I stand by EVERYTHING I said. The comments you read on that blog posts were put out by Toya and Memphitz’s camp. And they have everything they need to sue and have done NOTHING. He is guilty. He is a con artist and I know his past. I’m in the business and you’re in your emotions. Typical black people demanding PROOF from a victim when most victims don’t press charges. You sad stereotype. Good day.

  7. Tiki

    August 14, 2012 at 11:21 am

    You can always rely on the black community to blame the victims of domestic violence and protect those who do the abusing. This has been our mantra for YEARS. It’s sick and I’m embarrassed by some of these comments. The same thing happened with Rihanna, and now it’s happening with Evelyn.

  8. Heather B.

    August 14, 2012 at 11:31 am

    I liked Rasheeda up until she stuck her nose in this. Men hit women and then turn around and marry women they don’t hit. There are some abusers who are sophisticated enough in their abuse to know who they can abuse. Do you people read books or what? The reasoning behind some of these pro Toya/Memphitz comments are in alignment to a 5 year old’s.

  9. Queen

    August 14, 2012 at 11:39 am

    Until I see a lawsuit filed against K. Michelle for defamation of character, I’m going to continue to believe her. Toya and Memphitz can say whatever they want and continue to deny it, but I’m a grown a– woman who knows that no one in their right mind would let someone continue to lie on them for 2 years. Memphitz and Toya rather throw shade on Twitter than take it to court, and that says something to me. Just sayin.

  10. Gia

    August 14, 2012 at 11:54 am

    I’m sorry y’all, but please tell me ONE abuser that admitted he abused a woman…I’ll wait. Why would Memphitz admit to hitting a woman? I don’t know what it is about domestic violence, but it makes the usually rational and intelligent people absolutely stupid when the topic comes up. I’m beyond disappointed by some of these comments.

    • D.A.

      August 14, 2012 at 1:55 pm

      EXACTLY. this is a serious accusation we are talking about here. The police were present after this happened, so they had to have noticed something unless they were totally oblivious.

      I’m not choosing sides, but we know that something happened, and I know one of them should have more proof than heresay to help their cases.

      If K. Michelle is telling the truth, she should have filed carges when the police were present after the incident, the opportunity was there and she didn’t take it, she is on national television now, we need emails, texts, pictures SOMETHING. The way she is acting on television makes it very hard for us to believe her, and I’m noticing that she likes to add and subtract certain things when it’s convenient for her.

      If Memphitz is telling the truth, he should have pressed charges and filed a police report so he could have something to prove that he didn’t do what she says he did. When he didn’t do that that’s when he messed up. Some people are too nice and let things slide even at the position he was at, he should have taken action immediately so it wouldn’t even be an issue or up for debate in the later issues.

      • Tiana

        August 14, 2012 at 2:58 pm

        Please don’t tell me you’re a black man or woman writing these things. I am a victim of domestic violence and I didn’t report it to the police because I feared for my life. So does that make my story fake too? Do you have any idea how many women don’t tell police?? How dare you ask a victim for proof and demand nothing from the abuser. You know nothing about domestic violence and your ignorance shows.

  11. Rita

    August 14, 2012 at 3:05 pm

    Cant we all agree that none of us knows what happened but those two? Why even argue about it?

  12. ellexia

    April 7, 2013 at 11:59 pm

    all i gotta say is k.michelle might had that done to her. And rasheeda had point.. but i dnt think maybe she should of questioned her cuz no she wasnt there. But he wont admit cuz he keep sayin he didnt.. at the end of the day. rasheeda got a ring on her finger and she dnt…

  13. Cherry

    May 1, 2014 at 11:02 am

    There is nothing worse than an abused woman being called a liar. Many celebrities don’t press charges or file a report because they don’t want it to get out in the public. If the police came then SOMETHING happened. Since Rasheeda admitted she doesn’t know what happened she should not have commented at all.

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