R&B Singer K. Michelle has dissed on her mentor R. Kelly for insinuating on a radio station that the two made beautiful music between the sheets at one point. She admits on a recent interview with Chicago’s 107.5 WGCI’s Morning Riot that she has always loved Kelly even to the extent of where she even dissed Trey Songz in a freestyle to Drake's Over track while defending him.

According to NicholeBitchie, "R. Kelly stopped by Atlanta 94.5 radio station while promoting his Black Panties album, and when asked about his relationship with K. Michelle over the years, he insinuated that the two made beautiful music between the sheets at one point. He later apologized for even hinting that something could have happened between the two but the damage was already done, and K. Michelle was left in disbelief."

On her Chicago Radio interview this week, singer Michelle addresses the R. Kelly issue. Read what she dished out;

I wasn't upset, I just thought it was really distasteful. I know you know I will always respect him. I learned so much from him. We all hit a point in our lives where we might need to say things to get different looks or to look a certain kinda way. He did put out an apology for it. I think it was more hurtful than anything because I’ve been so loyal to him.

If anybody would say anything…I’ve messed up relationships even with Trey Songz and everything from defending R. Kelly. Hopefully me and Trey will be able to talk through it. I know some people have been reaching out for us to really sit down and talking through it, but the relationships in the business that I've put on hold for Rob, just having his back, it’s kinda hurtful for him to come at me like that and make up some things that weren't appropriate. But he did try to correct them.

K. Michelle and Trey Songz are label mates so they more than likely will get to talk at some point.  Meanwhile, she has a lot going for her nowadays. She will be going out on tour with Robin Thickeon February 21st, and she also has a new VH1 musical in the works that will be directed by Idris Elba.

Yeah, I said it! IDRIS!

"I'm very excited that Robin Thicke picked me to go out with him. That was very exciting for me. I've been a big fan of his for a long, long time.[...]I’m really excited to kick off on the 21st. My album Rebellious Soul is turning into a musical so…yeah it’s on VH1. Idris Elba is the director. It’s my first time telling anybody so you guys kinda got it first.