K. Michelle Shades Adele? Singer Calls 'Hello' Some "Bulls**t" Despite Being "Great Song"

By Star Connor (s.connor@mstarsnews.com) | Jan 30, 2016 09:00 PM EST
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A photo posted by K. Michelle (@kmichellemusic) on Jan 30, 2016 at 1:22am PST

K. Michelle probably shocked a lot of her fans when she threw some shade at Adele's hit song, "Hello." In the clip below, the singer was being blunt while talking about the term "blue eyed soul" which is basically soul music performed by white artists. Michelle said that if a black woman was singing that song, it wouldn't get played on radio and she called "bulls**t." When asked about the importance of bringing real R&B back the singer said: "I think R&B music is very important. They allow white people to sing our music and blue eyed soul that's some bullsh*t. Yeah I said it," the singer bravely declared at her watch party for her reality show, K. Michelle: My Life.

Michelle continued, "'Hello' that's some bullsh*t. Sorry. It's a great song, great artist but if a black girl was to sing that very song it would not get played on radio," she explained. "The things that we are told as black people it's not a gimmick."

A video posted by The Shade Room (@theshaderoominc) on Jan 29, 2016 at 2:40pm PST

"They tell us we cannot sing things because we're black," Michelle revealed. "And what we do as a people, we stood around and called our very own artist flop but we'll run go and buy some blue eyed soul."

Michelle claims the only thing the African-American community is getting fed with music is "Sex and drugs." She believes that "there's no black love on the radio, there is no love period or real music on the radio. They are feeding us. They don't have to destroy us, because we destroy each other."

MStars News wants to know, do you think Michelle was throwing shade or giving Adele credit and props? Do you believe that she's right? Would she get air time if it was her song as much as Adele did with her music?

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