Let the choir rejoice! Pseudo singer K. Michelle, pictured right, says she is hanging up her microphone for good. The 33-year-old studio singer, who is best known for shaking tables on VH1's Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, says she's quitting the music business after her next album.
After outscreaming Patti LaBelle and Tamar Braxton on the 2015 BET Awards, K. Michelle announced she and pseudo singer Braxton may record a duet on her 3rd -- and final -- album.
And since no one cared, K. Michelle also mentioned she's in the studio with legendary award-wining songwriter Diane Warren.
Warren, 58, is best known for penning Celine Dion's Grammy-winning hit "Because You Loved Me".
In response to a Twitter follower's question about why she's quitting, K. Michelle said she wanted to focus on her acting career. What acting career?
K. Michelle, who has a reputation for being very difficult to work with, hired Ciara's former manager, friend of the blog Phillana Williams to help make her relevant. But a quick search for K. Michelle's name on popular photo agency websites returned few results, meaning K. Michelle's photos are not in demand by media outlets or blogs.
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