Flop singer K. Michelle was seen leaving Griffin Nightclub in New York City after hosting a party there on Monday night. The reality TV personality wore a teal leopard frock over heavily padded underwear. Also attending the party were ex-couple Rihanna and Drake who arrived and left the club separately, and rapper Fat Joe.
In last night's episode of VH1's scripted TV series Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, the cast members continue to display their poor acting skills. As a result, LHHATL viewers have abandoned the show in droves. In an attempt to draw viewers back to her show, producer Mona Scott Young added former Diddy Dirty Money member (and K Michelle look-a-like) Kalenna Harper to the cast. Unfortunately for Kalenna, she shares K Michelle's similar Equine features, which didn't escape Black Twitter's attention.
Love & Hip Hop: NY cast member K. Michelle believes her latest album is good enough to earn her a Grammy nod. But the Grammy folks don't think so -- and for good reason: she sucks!
K. Michelle thought she could parlay a reality TV acting job into a successful music career. She forgot that she isn't taken seriously as a singer because she doesn't have the respect of her peers in the music industry.
K. Michelle's 2nd recording contract with RCA Records in 2011 ended abruptly due to her abrasive attitude.
Studio background singer and mixtape artist K. Michelle has repeatedly accused music producer MempHitz of physically abusing her and stealing her limited recording budget to buy gold chains and weed.
But MemPhitz, who is married to Lil Wayne's baby mama, Toya Wright, says the lies told by K. Michelle has not affected his marriage. This is evidenced by the fact that Toya has never called her friends to come pick her up from the emergency room like K. Michelle claims she had to do while she was with Memphitz.
MempHitz filed a slander lawsuit to set the record straight, and to attach any of K. Michelle's future earnings.
R&B singer Bobby V recently resurfaced after a 5-year hiatus from the music scene. The "Anonymous" singer tapped reality show star K. Michelle to appear in his music video for his next single "Put it In". The video was directed by Greg of G.VISUALS in Atlanta.
Bobby V is still a cutie. Say what you want about him, but all Bobby needs is one good sexy ballad on the radio and you ladies will be throwing your panties at him again.
Last night, up-and-coming singer K. Michelle went on a Twitter rant calling out celebrity blogger Necole bitchie for being a bitter wannabe recording artist who blackballs successful studio artists such as herself.
I thought K. Michelle's rants against NB were interesting considering that I've heard rumors about Necole (allegedly) accepting favors and perks from record labels to write favorable posts about lame singers, such as Trey Songz.
Remember I told you last year that NB enlisted the aid of industry exec Michael Kyser to groom her into a recording artist? Many of you scoffed at me for saying NB took up blogging to better position herself to get a record deal.
Lets be real @necolebitchie u are one big head hatin ass blogger. U see me fightin 4these girls but u continue 2block my material cuz u ride dicks. U have a real problem with me 4 no reason. Its not my fault u didnt get a record deal. #stupidbitch @necolebitchie I love my job but hollywood people like u R sad. All I wanna do is help women do better. U R a blogger not a artist. Remember Im not kissing yo ass for a post on ur blog. Fuck u take this and sit on it. Keep black ballin me,ima keep singing. Three things I know how 2do 1.sing 2.be honest 3.and fight 4what I believe in. Good night
If you recall, I also wrote a blurb about NB hastily packing her bags and moving to Miami 2 years ago after a breakup with a certain female singer:
Necole was reportedly despondent over her breakup with a not so well-known female singer who was spending a lot of time in Atlanta. So Necole was happy to move to Miami to put some distance between herself and the chick.
Now, I have no idea if the singer was K. Michelle or not. So please don't quote me on that.