K. Michelle gathers Kardashians for cultural appropriation on song “Kim K”


K. Michelle is coming directly for the Kardashian klique’s celebrated slanted silicone sacks via new track, aptly entitled “Kim K.”

For their seemingly unabashed appropriation of the culture, privileged, and fame, the 33-year-old Love And Hip-Hop starring harmonizer melodically gets the K’s alllllllll the way together for constantly getting a pass for “black” behavior, while African American women are notoriously criticized for their actions.

K. Michelle Kim Kardashian

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“Wish I could be a Kardashian/ so I could be black/Put my face over ‘Pac, wear my braids to the back,” K. Michelle sings—referring to Kendall and Kylie Jenner’s frigidly received T-shirt line, featuring their likeness superimposed over Pac and Biggie’s pictures. “Throw a filter on that, ’cause ain’t shit real/And ain’t shit funny, so f**k how you feel,” she adds.

In regards to the Kardashian Klan’s most formidable opponent, Blac Chyna, K paid her respects to the voluptuous stripper-turned-life giver to the finesse-happy family’s next generation.

“I gotta f*ck with Blac Chyna/ She’s such a lion, no Tyga, she’s just a constant reminder/ Ni**as will sponsor vagina,” the songstress bellowed, noting Chyna’s incomparable mastery over Rob Kardashian’s loins and coins, HONEY!




By: Asia Grace

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