As Bossip reported: the music exec responded to the accusations via Instagram posting a photo of Pinocchio and saying: First of all, someone needs to tell Memphitz that telling a woman you “made” her makes you sound like a psycho, woman beater. Michelle could have let sleeping dogs lie, but her past is part of her story and she is free to talk about it. Michelle definitely took a road higher than most by skipping the opportunity to insinuate that Toya is with the same Memphitz she was.Domestic violence is serious and instead of Memphitz showing any type of remorse for what he did, he so arrogantly continues to dogg her on a public forum. But with a response like that, it’s hard to believe he’s changed very much. Michelle put it, “I’m the black Taylor Swift.” According to the singer, who is currently getting the word out about her new show “My Life” and upcoming album “Anybody Wanna Buy A Heart,” she won’t date anyone who doesn’t inspire her creative process, so if she gets involved with you, at some point, a song will be written about you.
Mickey “Memphitz” Wright is a music executive and just celebrated his first wedding anniversary with Toya Carter Wright (Lil Wayne’s ex-wife and the “Toya” of BET’s As we explained yesterday, “the back story is K.The album was a commercial success, debuting at number 2 on the US Billboard 200, and number one on the US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts.In 2014, Michelle received her own reality TV show K. In December 2014, Michelle released her second album Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart?Even if you choose not to have your activity tracked by third parties for advertising services, you will still see non-personalized ads on our site.After the release of "Fakin' It", she released three other R&B songs – "Fallin'", "I Just Can't Do This", and "How Many Times" – all three songs attained spots on the charts before Michelle left the label.The song not only charted, but it also captivated the urban audience due to the influx of sexual lyrics in the song.