Credit: Getty Images Photo: K. Michelle and Tamar Braxton With Husband Vincent Herbert

It looks like R&B singer K. Michelle is making headway in her truce with fellow singer and reality star Tamar Braxton. As a matter of fact, to show that she’s got no hard feelings towards the Grammy-nominated artist, Kay-Kay even covered Tay’s single “She Can Have You” on her newly released mixtape!

On Valentine’s Day, K. Michelle took to Twitter to announce that her mixtape, No F—s Given, was available for download — and wouldn’t you know it, Tamar’s Winter Loversland single made it on her track list. Take a listen of Kay’s take on the sorrowful holiday tune:


While K. Michelle’s version of the Christmas single (which includes the song's original lyrics written by songwriter/producer, TC) doesn’t have the same vocal gymnastics as the baby Braxton sister’s original, Kay does lend her gutteral soulful sound, making the track just as great.

As much as these two ladies warred against each other online, K. Michelle never denied liking Tamar’s Love & War album, even Instagramming proof that she downloaded Tay-Tay’s music.

“I have actually even said good things, I like Love and War. I like the record. I’ve been saying really positive things about this woman, and she just can not take it,” K. Michelle once said about Tamar back in August 2013 when their long-standing beef still raged on.

The bitter feud between these two started in 2012, when Tamar may have (or not) thrown a little shade at K. Michelle over manager Mickey “Memphitz” Wright, K. Michelle’s former boyfriend and Tamar’s best friend Toya Wright’s current husband. The online beef continued on and off for over a year, spilling onto radio and TV.

Finally, in December 2013, the feud came to a bit of a halt when Kay extended the olive branch via Twitter after the airing of the 2013 Soul Train Awards. “I'll try this 1mo time. Congrats @tamarbraxtonher We both been through hell fighting 4 a dream. Let's cut the s— and inspire,” she tweeted.

Tamar has yet to say anything about K. Michelle covering her song, nor has she publicly accepted Kay’s truce.

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