The K. Michelle beef with Tamar Braxton over her revelation of her abusive relationship with Memphitz takes a new twist as the Love and Hip Hop Atlanta star is allegedly served Cease and Desist papers.
By: Amanda Anderson-Niles
And the K. Michelle Memphitz saga continues in rare form. While it would make much more sense for K. Michelle to receive legal papers from the likes of Memphitz and Toya since they have done everything possible to paint the singer as a liar, instead she allegedly received some legal papers from Tamar Braxton. It’s still very telling that the K. Michelle Memphitz drama produced no legal papers. But yes, that nasty K. Michelle and Tamar Braxton beef has gotten even messier, as Toni Braxton’s sister (who’s not relevant for any other reason) has had her attorney send K. Michelle a Cease and Desist letter for calling her a muppet. Just when you thought Stevie J. and Mimi, and even Joseline pregnant could very well be the most controversial story lines of the show, K. Michelle continues to make more enemies in Atlanta each day. I’m not sure why though, maybe it’s because Memphitz has continued to be (his rumored to be) controlling self even after the end of the violent relationship he’s trying so hard to separate himself from.
We neglected to post the story on K. Michelle receiving a Cease and Desist letter from Tamar Braxton because we just weren’t sure how real the letter was. And honestly, we’re still not. K. Michelle has an interesting sense of humor, so we’re not surprised she made a joke of the rumor. But by her most recent tweet, either she confirmed the rumor to be true or she’s making a joke out of how gullible people can be when it comes to what they read on the internet.
Either way, she tweeted the following:
Make what you want out of that tweet but either it’s a confirmation or an interesting shot at sarcasm. Either way, can Tamar Braxton really sue K. Michelle for saying out loud what everyone else had been thinking? She does look like a muppet and she should mind her own business. I don’t think you can sue because someone dragged you on Twitter and your comeback was too wack to silence all the laughter.