K. Michelle Speaks on Tamar Braxton and Breakup With Lance Stephenson

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In honor of VH1’s Love and Hip Hop: New York premiers tonight, K. Michelle had an interview with The Skorpion Show— check out the interview below:

On her beef with Tamar:
People are gonna always look at K like a bully. I always win arguments [but] just because I win them doesn’t mean I start them. The thing with this situation, I have never come for this lady first, ever. But every time she has commented, I have come back….but I’m the bully. I think this recent time people have started to see: ‘K isn’t saying anything to you.’

For you to be half of a 100, there’s no reason that you still should be coming from me. I’m a newbie. You’ve had five records deals. You’re first album debuted at a 127. There’s no reason that you should be coming for me. I’m sitting back, I’m minding my business. I have done nothing to this woman. I even bought her album, I’ve been very supportive.

Tamar is very quick to go and throw shade at people and go and hider her hands. Excuses for everything. She can go and pick on Nicki [Minaj]. She had the nerve to say that Beyonce wasn’t pregnant. You never come for the queen. You don’t come for Beyonce like that. But she did. She comes for everybody, but then when you attack her or defend yourself, you’re a bully. Thats not how it goes in America. I don’t need Vince. I’m not scared of nobody. I’mma say what the f*ck I feel. You’re one big joke, its easy for me to tell you about yourself.

On what it would take for their feud to end:
It’s ended honey, go sing! Don’t bother me. Don’t keep commenting on me. Do go what you need to do, cause everytime you come for me, I’m going to keep reading you on it. We’re two singers, we need to sing. There’s people looking up to us, so let’s sing. You will never keep coming for me and think that I’m not going to defend myself. As ratchet as you wanna call me, I have a right to defend myself. So as long as you slick throwing shade and do things and fighting with me about a wig? B-tch you old you bout to lose you’re hair anyway!

We have NEVER met, that’s whats so crazy! [But] I will read you. No one will come for me. The only person that will come for me, is jesus to take me home to glory. No one will come for me and think I’m not gonna say anything. As long as you stop, I stop. I told everybody to support you & buy your album because it’s R&B.

It’s ended today, but if she keeps on and all the excuses…B*tch shut up and sing! Like they did in the old days.

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Lance Yes I Can Stephenson

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Has there been anyone more exciting to watch in these playoffs than Lance Stephenson? I love watching this guy because he thinks he’s better than he really is.  That’s not a diss to Lance at all. I actually enjoy watching him play. You have to have that attitude playing in the NBA.

He brings that New York/Rucker Park game to the NBA, and he’s not backing down from anyone. Stephenson aka Born Ready, a 3rd year player out of Cincinnati, was a big time recruit from the popular high school in Coney Island Lincoln High School, where the likes of Stephon Marbury and Sebastian Telfair attended. Stephenson was named New York State Mr. Basketball and made the McDonald’s All American team in 2009.

When I first heard Lance was from Brooklyn and attended Lincoln High School, I didn’t believe in the hype. I thought he’d be another Telfair who had a lot of hype coming out of high school but he didn’t really live up to it. Lance was the usual one-and-done player and entered the NBA after his freshman year of college after he averaged 12.3 ppg and 2.5 ast. He was a 2nd round pick, but this year is his best year as a pro. Due to the Danny Granger knee injury (causing him to miss the season) Stephenson was able to start at the shooting guard position and was able to make a contribution all year. He saw a career high in minutes and ppg (29.2mins, 8.8ppg).

I think Lance is here to stay. Once he develops a consistent jump shot, I think he’ll be a solid rotation player. He’s already causing havoc on the Miami defense in these playoffs pushing the ball up the court and not allowing their defense to get set and forcing the issue. You also have to love the fact that he’s fearless and isn’t scared of the moment. If you haven’t got a chance to sit down and watch a Indiana Pacers game in these playoffs, you definitely should. Between Lance and Paul George, the Pacers are very fun to watch. Plus, Lance is here to restore the image of New York basketball.

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