‘You Definitely Need A Refill As Thirsty As You Are:’ The Friendship Between Elle Varner And K. Michelle Appears To Be A Wrap
While I’ll admit that I’m not necessarily a subscriber to the “no new friends” mantra, I can definitely understand the logic behind it. Last September , we were telling you all about the blossoming friendship between R&B gals K. Michelle and Elle Varner. The two are label mates and appeared to have bonded over their love of music and professional basketball players. However, less than one year later, it appears that their friendship has fallen apart. K recently took to Instagram with a not-so-subtle jab at the “Refill” singer.
“People be smiling in the pictures not knowing they getting dissed in the caption. HA! You definitely need a REFILL as thirsty as you are. Jokes on you and you didn’t even know it!” K wrote over the weekend in an Instagram photo message that was later removed.
“I hope you get attention from that cuz you sure don’t get it from your music,” she captioned the image.
The former “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” star was actually referencing a photo of Meek Mills and Elle, which the Philadelphia rapper shared to his Instagram page and captioned it, “#nocurvezone.”
Elle later reposted the photo. Judging by the caption alone, it would seem like Meek was trying to clown Elle, but as it turns out, he was just referencing one of their previous encounters. As you may recall, a while back Elle tweeted about “curving” Meek by accident.
“I get SO AWKWARD when guys hit on me STILL lmao. I’m so awkward I accidentally curved Meek Mill once lol.”
“She said she curved me I don’t remember…Lol,” Meek responded.
It’s not 100% clear what ended the friendship between Elle and K, but according to Necole Bitchie, the falling-out was fueled by the release of Elle’s song “Cold Case,” which K claimed to help write.
“Watch who you becomes friends with. They will dress up like you. Start yodeling in hooks and everything. Count down till blast off,” K wrote in an Instagram post around the time of the song’s release.
In the words of Royce Reed, “be careful who you call your friends.”
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