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Fans are mourning the loss of Black K. Michelle. The 35-year-old R&B singer is best known for her hit singles "Fakin' It" and "Can't Do This."

Fans protested when the singer unveiled her new look after she apparently bleached her skin. But now she has apparently undergone a series of facial reconstruction surgeries that rendered her unrecognizable.

One fan wrote to Sandrarose.com:

"I was wondering, have you seen Kimberly Michelle Pate lately? I would love to get your take on her new look."

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A fan on IG wrote: "K Michelle is that You forreal?"

Another fan wrote:

"The fact that she cried on live about not getting work done...clearly them lips are bigger..."

A third fan wrote: "Hey where did Kmichelle go. Has Anyone seen Kmichelle."

K. Michelle made headlines in 2018 when she announced she had undergone reconstructive surgery to remove the hydrogel butt implants that distorted her body.

Michelle said she was done with plastic surgery for good, and she vowed to Love herself more. She seemed sincere at the time.

Now her disappointed fans are demanding answers.

See K. Michelle before the surgeries below.

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K. Michelle addressed that embarrassing butt implant malfunction video that went viral on Tuesday.

The mom-of-one was twerking to Cardi B's "UP" on Instagram Live when one of her butt implants dislodged and slid down the back of her leg.

She attempted to catch it while smoothly ending her live session.

This morning Michelle took to explain that what viewers saw sliding down her leg was excess fat. She claims she has one last surgery next week to remove the excess fat left over from her previous surgeries.

She didn't say why "excess fat" was sliding down her leg.

"So the video of me dancing is sad that I even have 2 explain. I walked y'all through how difficult this process of removing silicone from my body for 3YEARS/16 surgeries Did we not forget I almost died due 2 this?????? Now I'm in the process of 3 reconstruction steps."

She followed up with:

"What u saw in the video was a happy woman with a faja and my extra fat! I've been very open so I can heal ladies. I didn't have to tell anybody and I could've covered up until the process was done, but NO. Ladies need to see and hear the truth. I decided to use my platform to help."

"I havent bothered anyone Ive been out of the way so What I dont understand is what was the purpose or what was so entertaining about a woman FINALLY bein able 2walk again with EXTRA fat from the removal.I saw the comments and of course it was Black women filled with so much hate."

"I got on live yesterday and didn't care that I wasn't perfect, I knew I had excessive fat left over but I said FUCK it i'm not going to hide nothing in my house. I don't think people truly understand i'm just happy to be alive. I've come so far with this and i’m proud of myself."

Four years ago, the studio singer underwent multiple surgeries to remove botched "black market" silicone butt injections. At the time, she said she had the surgery to reclaim her butt the natural way.

"Surgery went well. I got my butt back the healthy way. My last butt was name Betsy, what should I name this one??????"

In the post caption, she wrote: "Haaaaaaaaaaaa, my silicone removal and reconstruction is complete. I can twerk again with the knock knees..."

Later, Michelle complained that her butt injections caused her to experience fatigue, migraines headaches and generalized leg and back pain.

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Four years ago, studio singer K. Michelle underwent multiple surgeries to remove botched "black market" silicone butt injections. At the time she said she had the surgery to reclaim her butt the natural way.

"Surgery went well. I got my butt back the healthy way. My last butt was name Betsy, what should I name this one??????"

In the post caption, she wrote: "Haaaaaaaaaaaa, my silicone removal and reconstruction is complete. I can twerk again with the knock knees..."

Later, Michelle complained that her butt injections caused her to experience fatigue, migraines headaches and generalized leg and back pain.

She declared the silicone had spread all over her body. She wrote: "Ladies I don't care who’s telling you what DON'T PLAY AROUND WITH YOUR BODY. Injections are illegal for a reason."

This week, Michelle suffered an embarrassing setback when one of her butt implants slipped down her leg. She attempted to catch it while abruptly ending her live session.

Word spread like wildfire that Michelle suffered a butt implant failure on IG Live.

One Twitter user wrote, "K. Michelle gotta take them implants out."

Another user tweeted: "Whew... I hope my booty don't sag like dat."

Watch the embarrassing footage below:

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K. Michelle shocked her fans by announcing she is departing Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta after six years.

The studio singer announced her departure on Twitter.com on Wednesday, Jan. 27. Michelle explained that her heart was no longer in it and that she had "no desire" or passion to continue faking scenes on LHHATL.

"I just didn't care. I knew it was time for something bigger than throwing drinks," she said.

K. Michelle won't be gone for long. She will be throwing drinks on her own reality TV show on Lifetime Network in February 2021.

The 34-year-old mom-of-one is rebranding herself as a country music singer in Nashville, Tennessee, after her R&B career failed to take off.

"It's such an amazing feeling to not only watch your dreams come true but to KNOW ILL BE HELPING WOMEN TO LIVE. Saving lives," she wrote. "When they count you out, God will count you in."

Question: Will you boy K. Michelle's country music songs?

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Fans of studio singer K. Michelle are raving about her new face. The 33-year-old former reality TV star went under the knife last month to remove butt pads, and it seems she got a lot more work done while she was on the operating table.

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