Earlier this week, K took to Twitter to reflect on her 2014 album Anybody Wanna Buy A Heart and spilled some very interesting tea, The Shade Room reports.
According to K, the title track from her album was taken from her by the rapper who originally gave it to her. The reason why? His girlfriend thought that he was hooking up with K.
"I was told that the song from my album was being taken from me, because the rapper that gave it to me girlfriend thought I was f*cking him," she wrote. "I felt kinda destroyed. This is a woman I publicly praised. I was so happy [for] her. I was like why is this woman trying to block me over penis."
"It was the title track of my album," she continued. "I was told [to] not say anything out of fear of politics. I just sat back & listened, & said watch God handle it. God did more than handle the situation. I've just sat back and healed up. Watched karma. I'm not perfect but I'm not evil or insecure."
"I couldn't believe it. I was like [you're] you and I'm little ole me and you are making phone calls and demanding I be stopped from making it," she went on. "I've learned a lot in the business but that was the [first] time when I saw that the people highest up truly have the lowest self esteem."
The popular theory on social media is that K was subtweeting about Meek Mill taking a song from her and giving it to his then-girlfriend Nicki, "Buy A Heart" (featuring Meek Mill) having later appeared on Nicki's Pink Print album.
Unless K starts naming names though, we'll never know for sure. Take a look at her tweets below.
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