Kehlani claims she received 'death threats' after fall out with Kamaiyah over 'All Me' track

The two have been beefing since a fall out over Kehlani's track 'All Me', which originally featured Keyshia Cole and Kamaiyah but Kehlani eventually released it solo


                            Kehlani claims she received 'death threats' after fall out with Kamaiyah over 'All Me' track
Kehlani and Kamaiyah (Getty Images)

Kehlani's beef with Kamaiyah heats up as she claims she has received death threats, allegedly from Kamaiyah.

On Tuesday, April 28, Kamaiyah took time to chat with her fans via Instagram Live. But after getting asked about her fellow Bay Area native Kehlani, the rapper replied "Y’all keep asking me questions. I don’t f*ck with her at all — at all. She know why. That’s that." She also seemingly brought up another Bay Area native, Keyshia Cole, who is also rumored to be beefing with Kehlani after she was cut from Kehlani's song 'All Me', stating all three of the women originally featured on the track but Kehlani allegedly cut them both from it. Kamaiyah also claims that this falling out is what led to threats being made between the two.

Keyshia Cole attends the 2019 Soul Train Awards at the Orleans Arena on November 17, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada (Getty Images)

Kamaiyah then followed this up with an Instagram story the next day stating, "Don’t come to my page or come at me with none of that other sh*t. I ain’t never had no ego but I do have the facts and receipt and if y’all play they will come out don’t let he fool y’all that innocent sh*t an act how you always the victim? Stop. I don’t even be in no drama for real. I am a genuine person. It’s just f*cked up when I thought people were as real as I was but they’re not."

Kehlani responded by tweeting, "I’m STILL not speaking negatively on someone i once cared about. that i have a matching tattoo with...that i respected and admired. business didn’t work out on a collaborative project, i withdrew and got a ‘green light’ on my family and friends. AND ITS STILL LOVE ON THIS SIDE."

She added, "Reached out countless amounts of times to be adults. to say "you have been around my child." still met with internet antics, false rumors that don’t make any sense, and THREATS TO MY LIFE. & me all of a sudden not being from the same city that i was from when we were cool.." She also stated, "We are ADULTS. i am still a fan. i still admire from a far. i’m still respectful. i’d never hurt this woman or get her hurt. praying for everyone involved cuz this is dumb and it’s ultimately a LOSS for our city. so since no phone calls or texts have been answered in months, i’m responding here. you supposed to be happy, i’m VERY happy and about to drop a project i’m super proud of just like you did a few months ago. us, our city, and the world should be focused on that. love!"

Kehlani attends the premiere of YouTube Originals' "Justin Bieber: Seasons" at Regency Bruin Theatre on January 27, 2020 in Los Angeles, California (Getty Images)

But the singer got one jab in before bowing out, tweeting "I’m not sickin no fans on nobody, no blogs, no disses in songs, ITS REALLY LOVE," before adding, "If you was beefin at the wedding you shoulda been beefin at the wedding you shouldn’t had brought it to somebody else album release week!!!" Kehlani's latest release, 'It Was Good Until It Wasn't' drops May 8. The singer continued, "And this sh*t wack and i’m bummed about it cuz ITS 2020 and i lost 2 friends this year like bro i’m just happy to be alive????? and happy everyone that’s alive is ALIVE?!?! man."

Kehlani continued speaking on the issue in several tweets that have since been deleted, but fans were quick to jump in and show their support before she did. One fan tweeted, "Y’all need to leave my girl kehlani alone omg," and another stated, "LEAVE KEHLANI ALONE! she’s out here uplifting women and minding her own business & that rubs some ppl the wrong way like??? sad."

Responding to Kamaiyah's claims that Kehlani treated her badly, one fan tweeted, "Ain’t no way in hell Kehlani would say that. She’s been damn near a complete open book since day one and has stayed true to herself and the love she has to give. shame that another woman is desperate enough to try and wipe her slate clean and make someone else’s dirty with lies," while another commented on the death threats Kehlani allegedly received stating, "U gotta be a wack *ss person to put a hit out on someone AND their one yr old child????? kehlani BREATHES and n*ggas get mad."

Other fans addressed the allegations around 'All Me', tweeting "Kehlani actually didn’t need her or keyshia on the song....that’s the real tea. The song is better with just her," while one fan stated, "I did notice Kehlani gets attacked every time there’s a new album coming out."

After deleting her tweets, Kehlani stated, "Ego exposes itself," and continued to promote her upcoming album.

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