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Kehlani Is Feuding With a Radio Show Over This ‘Invasive’ Interview 

Kehlani Is Feuding With a Radio Show Over This ‘Invasive’ Interview

Kehlani Is Feuding With a Radio Show Over This ‘Invasive’ Interview

The hosts asked sexually invasive questions and made weird remarks about their pronouns.

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Kehlani is not holding back after feeling seriously disrespected in a recent interview.

“I was gunna remain quiet,” the singer, who uses she/they pronouns, wrote on an Instagram story. “Every other interview has been super bubbly, warm, informative & open. From start to finish, this interview [was] cringey, alot of mockery, and invasive as fuck.”

The interview in question was for The Morning Hustle, and immediately got off to a bad start after co-host Headkrack opted to open things up with what felt like mockery of Kehlani’s pronouns.

“They are here, and they is she, and she is with us. She goes by the name of Kehlani,” he said at the very start.

Fans quickly picked up on how uncomfortable Kehlani looked throughout the interview after that initial sentiment, and things only got worse as the hosts asked her about whether she had any interest in scissoring friend and industry peer SZA, whether there was anything between her and Megan Thee Stallion, and if she knew 070 Shake — her girlfriend.

The Morning Hustle’s Lore’l clapped back at Kehlani, claiming that they were the one who made things uncomfortable, and that they just didn’t want to do interviews with “urban media” when they had bigger interview opportunities.

Kehlani’s fans weren’t putting up with that, and called the show out on their unprofessionalism and disrespect.

And Kehlani herself pointed out that she didn’t disrespect them on the show despite all the things they were saying to her, while accusing them of “stretching this situation out for clout when it’s evident I was energetically RESPONDING to what was being thrown at me.”

Unfortunately for fans, Kehlani has said that they are swearing off most interviews after that bad experience, opting to only speak to a “select few folks anymore who really care about me deeply and have always been in my corner.”

It only takes a few people to ruin it for everyone else!

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Rachel Kiley

Rachel Kiley is presumably a writer and definitely not a terminator. She can usually be found crying over queerbaiting in the Pitch Perfect franchise or on Twitter, if not both.

Rachel Kiley is presumably a writer and definitely not a terminator. She can usually be found crying over queerbaiting in the Pitch Perfect franchise or on Twitter, if not both.