Reported by Ashley Naples
VH1’s “Love & Hiphop Atlanta” cast member K. Michelle is known for many things — particularly cursing out and fighting her fellow cast members. Her raw personality is what has drawn attention to her as a TV personality and also as a recording artist. Despite her obnoxious personality on television, K. Michelle is actually a college-educate woman who earned a music scholarship to attend Florida A&M University. During her matriculation at the HBCU, she was elected Miss FAMU for the 2003-2004 academic school year; however, she was unable to complete her tenure in this role and resigned for unknown personal reasons.
In a recent interview, the “Can’t Raise a Man” singer has come clean about her curvaceous figure by discussing the plastic surgery procedures she has had. In Hollywood, her admission is almost blasphemous as most celebrities deny having plastic surgery in an attempt to claim they keep themselves looking good by having a strict diet and exercising. K. Michelle actually allows the VH1 cameras to come into the operation room in her upcoming reality TV show titled “My Life” to show exactly what she went through before, during, and after the surgical procedures.
Here’s more about K. Michelle’s procedures and why she’s candidly discussing them:
In an interview with HuffPost Live, the former “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star revealed a few of the procedures she’s had and explained why she was filmed going under the knife for her upcoming VH1 reality show “My Life.”
“I got my boobs done, I had fat transferred to my butt, I sucked out the stomach. You know, just normal women things,” she said. “And they say, ‘Are you really going to do this surgery [on camera]?’ I said, ‘Yes, because it’s my life.’ And I’m not ashamed. I’m not ashamed of wanting to suck the rolls out of my stomach.”
Part of the reason K. Michelle is so forthcoming about her figure stems from how she hopes to be perceived by her younger fans.
“I don’t want little girls to feel like I really did wake up like this, okay?” she said. “I’m not like that.”
Despite going to great lengths to perfect her figure, she added some wise words of advice for young women who are struggling to accept their bodies.