Shawnna is choosing the high road and praying for Keith Murray, following his accusations that he previously engaged in oral sex with her.
The former Disturbing Tha Peace performer responded to Murray’s assertions from a recent interview with The Art of Dialogue in a post to her Instagram on Friday (January 6). Although she had previously made jokes while refuting his story, Shawnna this time adopted a more solemn demeanor.
Shawnna said in her post that, “Keith got the wrong people around him. Y’all should be ashamed of yourselves. He’s a legend.”
“I had to pause and really step out of the social media BULLSHIT!!! I’ve never met that man but obviously I need to!” she added in her caption. “I would NEVER let a legend disgrace himself publicly if I was in his circle.. I’m praying for you Keith and if you want to talk I’m here.”
Many admirers and peers praised Shawnna for handling the outrageous charges with maturity. A Tribe Called Quest rapper Jarobi White said, “This was the classiest post I’ve seen in a bit! Much love and respect to you!”
Love & Hip Hop: New York star J. Adrienne wrote, “That fact you never met this man and he said something so foul yet you still giving him grace. That’s how Queens move.”
The “What’s Your Fantasy” rapper and Murray allegedly had a rendezvous in a Miami hotel room, according to Murray’s post on The Art of Dialogue.
“Shawnna was in the bed like this [laid seductively], so I walked up on the bed and I was touching her feet, massaging her,” Keith Murray said. “Then I started massaging her legs, then boom, I start eating her pussy.”
The rapper admits that he “never fucked her,” but claimed he “could have had like two or three or four kids by her by now” if he had played his cards right.
Shawnna first refuted his charges with a post to her Instagram, but she later used them as fodder for jokes by teasing a new remix of her 2006 hit, up, “Gettin’ Some.” Murray’s obscene remarks are spliced together and played over the rhythm of her oral sex anthem in a video that was uploaded to Instagram on Thursday (January 5).
“@liltunechi bout to drop a GETTIN SOME REMIX!!!!!!! To the remix!!!!!” Shawnna wrote in the caption while tagging Lil Wayne, who appeared on the official “Gettin’ Some” remix alongside Ludacris, Too $hort and Pharrell.”
Foxy Brown, a rapper from Brooklyn, refuted similar charges made about him by Keith Murray.