Who was k michelle dating that beat her up
Michelle comes clean that she had scored a million record deal with Jive through a man that she really loved but “beat her ass” and left her with nothing.
She did’t say who he was but signs point to Jive music executive Memphitz. The 26-year-old artist also said the man paid for her breast implants and bought jewelry for himself with her money!
Michelle’s endless claims that Memphitz abused her and stole funds from her that were meant to go toward making her album.
Straight From The A claims the video was sent anonymously because someone out there in the music industry is obviously still upset by K Michelle’s claims that Memphitz beat her and spent her money, delaying her music career.
When asked if all of the injuries that Love & Hip Hop depicted were real, K.
Michelle says that the show added a black eye to her “cuts and scrapes” in order to make the abuse appear more dramatic.
During multiple confessionals on her various reality TV projects, K.
Michelle has talked in detail about how Memphitz spent her record deal money on chains and jewelry but that she had no music to speak of from working with him. Michelle is forced to admit that several singles were produced and paid for by Jive Records and Hitz Committee, including paying artists like Missy Elliott and Rick Ross for being featured on her songs as well. Michelle announced the end of her feud with Memphitz after she claimed to face her fears and finally confront her ex after five years apart. Or was it just a really nasty fight that gets exaggerated greatly each time the story is retold?
Michelle to hold off on releasing a full album while under contract with Jive Records and working with Memphitz. Michelle always left out that part when she would start to rant about how she was never able to release an album while working with Memphitz when she knew that an album drop could be worse for her career than to just release singles.
Ironically, she’s been able to capitalize on her reality TV popularity in recent years and produce several relatively successful albums, which might have actually done better if K.
Michelle from her contract, and that it was in his power to decide whether or not "Pain Medicine" would ever see the light of day. That rep would say the relationship soured (claiming K.
A representative for Memphitz said: The most in this case. Michelle was first signed, Memphitz enjoyed her voice, had big plans for her, and saw her as his "little sister". Michelle was always being too negative), so eventually Memphitz told her it wasn't going to work out. She is by no means "constantly negative." All communication I've had with her has been positive (if she's crazy, then so am I). As our own Nathan alluded to in his review of Jazmine Sullivan's "Fearless", the music industry is getting tired of these one-hit wonders and wants to settle down with true talent now (which explains the success of so many, not only Jazzy & K., but also Melanie Fiona, Janelle Monae, the list goes on...). I might be biased because I'm a "pro-artist" writer, but here's the scoop on him. His label, Hitz Committee, has only released one album in its lifespan - Huey's 2007 debut "Notebook Paper" (which was only released because lead single "Pop, Lock, and Drop It" was such a major hit).
At that point the "woman scorned" allegedly came out, stalking Memphitz back to his house and making threats to ruin his career. Michelle well online, I can tell you right now that 1. Despite being one of the better one-shot-major albums I've ever heard (I still play "Nobody Loves the Hood" on the regular), it did not sell well, barely going "bronze" (125k). In addition to Huey, other artists can attest to Hitz not really trying to get their debut albums released, with some leaving the label (Asia Cruise, bkf "Selfish") but others still drinking the Kool-Aid for some reason (Trai' D bkf "Gutta Chick", and Derty bkf "Uh Oh" ft. Kelly (who basically RUNS Jive- just ask Joe) has her back, is executive producing "Pain Medicine" now, and wrote and produced the future SMASH "Can't Do This". Because of his label's poor success rate, and because of Kellz' aforementioned power, Memphitz will lose his A&R position and start 2011 looking for a new home for the Hitz (my money's on Def Jam, Capitol, Interscope, or E1). As for Toya...she'll just keep riding the back of whichever successful man she needs to just to stay relevant.