The Breakfast Club is entertaining, let’s be real. Whether it’s enlightening conversation or confrontation, there’s a reason the show is so highly rated.
Case in point, last year, singer K. Michelle stopped by the infamous radio show to promote her then newly released album, More Issues Than Vogue. The appearance was much more than about music, however.
Michelle confronted co-host Angela Yee over comments Maino and Soulja Boy made about her lady parts having an odor. She had apparently hoped that Yee would have her back but instead, kept the story going while making light of it.
It was the beginning of a long rant about Yee and her being a woman who’s supposed to be supportive during such a conversation.
“I think that I’ve been very cool and very supportive of you,” K. Michelle said at the time. “The interview was over. The credits were running. You brought that back up… It didn’t get brought back up. I’d seen it. You brought it back up and then you was then all instigating when he said he’ll sleep with me, you was all like, ‘Eww, you’re nasty.'”
Yee appeared on The Real recently and was asked about the confrontation. She maintained her previous stance about it, detailing why she decided to sit and take the criticism.
“It was surprising for everybody, like, the label’s like, ‘What’s going on?’ The guys were like, ‘What’s happening?’… My whole thing is this – and this is how I am in real life – if you start talking to me crazy, I’m not engaging in that,” she told the show’s co-hosts. “I’m just not saying anything.
“Just don’t come up to the show again,” she added. “If you have a problem, don’t come.”
Shortly after the interview, Angela Yee tweeted in defense of her actions. “No one will ever bait me into an argument when those love and hip hop cameras are rolling,” she wrote.
Check out the full segment about the K. Michelle/Angela Yee confrontation below: