“I had to delete my tweet yesterday,” K. Michelle said, having seen the apology. “Nicole Murphy, you’re disgusting! You sat on that couch, and you laugh,” Michelle said in an interview on Atlanta radio station V-103 on Thursday.
“It ain’t no moment,” she continued. “It’s a mess! You’re wrong for that. You’re the type of women that let these men be evil.”
“They got to have some help. Women like you are that type of help. That [Lela] is at home married with her kids, and you know this. It don’t matter what he told you men lie. That’s all they do. And, you sat up there and embarrass another Black woman. In front of the world! Who was minding her business. Now you’re going to go on a talk show. You should be under a rock hiding, girl.”
Fans were split on the issue, with some supporting K. Michelle and others criticizing her.
“K Michelle ain’t tell one lie”
“How was that a mistake?”
“That’s right! She made light of the situation & came on tv to play victim, like “social media” set her ass up girl bye”
“For once I agree with her 👏🏾 🤷🏾♀️”
“K. right but she embarrassed many black women on Love & Hip Hop. 🤭”
“The Blame Always Gets Shifted To The Woman No Matter What It Was BOTH OF THEM”
Murphy did apologize for what she said was “a moment where I should have thought more through the situation.”
“Make better judgments. It’s something I apologized for,” she said.
She also issued this statement to TMZ in the wake of the incident:
“Without going into the entire situation, I want to apologize to my family, and to Lela and the Fuqua family for what transpired. It was not my intention to be in this situation. I do not condone women kissing or interacting in any way inappropriately with a married man. I too was once married and I would never intentionally undermine another woman, despite what has been written.”
Although K. Michelle’s recent criticism focused on Murphy’s behavior, the reality TV star has been critical of men who cheat also.
She criticized them in an earlier interview on V-103’s Morning Culture, where she talked about her toxic relationship with Mickey “Memphitz” Wright.
“I don’t think men are good people,” she said. “The reason for that is like, for men to do things that they consider small — in the flesh of, like, cheating — you know that that’s gonna destroy your partner. But you do it anyway. That’s not a mistake. We’ve watched the same story over and over again.”