Mickey "Memphitz" Wright is wishing singer K.Michelle the best, over one year after she accused him of domestic violence on national television.
Wright, a music industry executive who used to work with Jive Records where K. Michelle was once his artist, has defended himself against claims that the singer made on "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" last year.
K. Michelle, born Kimberly Pate, insisted that she had proof of threatening text messages from Wright where verbal abuse had taken place after he physically assaulted her over five years ago.
"(For) three years my career was ruined because I could not talk. I don't have that anymore," she said of Wright on the reality television series last year. "I don't care what anybody has got to say about me. None of y'all were there. I got my (expletive) beat and I gotta explain to the world what happened to me."
While Wright has vehemently denied K.Michelle's claims, he is wishing her luck on her revived music career.
"At the end of the day it's the truth versus the lie and I ain't got nothing to do with that," Memphitz told HipHollywood.com recently. "But I wish her all the luck in the world, blessings, I don't give a (expletive)."
After the "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" episode aired where K.Michelle spoke about being abused, she took to her Twitter to thank God and the reality television show's producer, Mona Scott Young.
"Very difficult for me and my family re-living certain events 2night, but I'm proud of myself. I get stronger everyday," the singer tweeted after the episode last year. "I fought for years just for people to hear my cry, to understand what i went through, And finally today God granted me that moment. I feel like a load has been lifted, and I can move forward. I am free. Nothing or no one can take this day from me."