Safaree Samuels may have dissed ex-girlfriend Nicki Minaj and her current boyfriend, Meek Mill, in his newest track, “Lifeline,” but it looks like the rapper is only furthering his feud with the rap couple as reports suggest that Samuels is working with K. Michelle on her upcoming album.
According to Bossip, Samuels will appear on several episodes of K. Michelle’s reality series in addition to serving as a producer on her new album.
K. Michelle alluded to her working relationship with Samuels in an Instagram message posted to her account on Saturday, telling followers, “Studio tonight working on album three with @versesimmonds @blushwrites @iamsafaree.”
The news of the duo’s musical collaboration comes just months after Samuels ignited dating rumors with Meek Mill’s ex.
Samuels raised more than a few eyebrows when he took to Instagram in March to share his own freestyle rap over a sample of K’s song “Going Under” with the caption, “I ‘heart’ this song…Hi @KMichelleMusic.”
In Samuels’ rap, Minaj’s ex gushes over K. Michelle’s attitude before hinting that he wants to “buy a heart” from the songstress.
“Before I met you, I knew you had a feisty attitude / You gave me light so I have nothing but gratitude / I f*** with you, the long way, attitude / Yeah it’s on another level, magnitude, I’m not a surgeon or a doctor but I play the part / Please sign me up cause I’m really trying to buy a heart.”
While K. Michelle has denied dating rumors between she and Samuels in the past, fans took to Twitter to note the irony in the duo’s new working relationship.
Samuels recently made headlines for blasting Nicki Minaj in his new track, “Lifeline,” claiming that he helped the rapper write some of her rhymes from her The Pinkprint album.
TMZ caught up with Samuels on Wednesday to ask his opinion about Minaj, calling him out for trying to insinuate that she used a ghostwriter on her hit album.
“They both need to get up off my d***,” Samuels told TMZ photographers of Minaj’s public diss on his new track. “You know, I am not staying quiet anymore. you would think that n*****s being on a world tour would have better things to do than worry about little old Stuntman.”
Samuels continued, “It’s cool because they are hyping it in front of a crowd where nobody knows better but now people are going to know better.”
What do you think of Safaree Samuels and K. Michelle’s new musical collaboration?
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