K. Michelle is well on her way to recovery following a second surgery to remove her illegal butt injections. The singer, who is currently re-learning how to walk, says she may wind up back on tour in a wheelchair.
“I had my second surgery today,” she tweeted April 16. “I’m just waking up and I feel better. Every day is a new journey and healing process. I’m fighting. I’m ready to get on the stage. They said I might can perform in a wheelchair. I really need to sing a song❤.”
Just a week earlier, Michelle had a scary emergency procedure that left her needing two blood transfusions.
The singer expanded her battle further on Instagram saying she was “very serious about performing in a wheelchair by any means necessary.”
I really can’t believe this has happened to me. I’m very serious about performing in a wheel chair by any means necessary. Maybe my friend 2chainz will loan me his. Ive been a little down not performing on the weekends that’s my therapy. Thank you @thequeenofkash for flying out for my surgery today. Thanks @beautybytayrivera for my flowers and @trinarockstarr @iamthequeenkarenking @ferraritru3 @iambridgetkelly @jefe @kingofhair @rocko2real @rkelly @krayzie_bone @shodsantiago @zenafoster all my Rebels I truly need you and love you. I promise you my heart is full of song. Really can’t wait to get back to “Rebellious Soul” K and empty out my heart. To the people who haven’t been there no worries I will never talk to you again, and to the ones calling who hurt me before this stop calling, I don’t wanna make up. This has really change my life. I gotta get this hate and hurt out my heart and i’m not ready to forgive. I’m just not. No one knows what it feels like to look in the mirror and not know your body anymore. University of Memphis I will see you even if I can’t walk. I need the energy.
“I really can’t believe this has happened to me. … Maybe my friend 2chainz will loan me his,” she continued. “I’ve been a little down [about] not performing on the weekends; that’s my therapy.”
After thanking those who have supported her, Michelle said she’s eager to get back to her usual self and banished contact from those who haven’t checked in on her.
“I gotta get this hate and hurt out my heart and I’m not ready to forgive,” she said. “I’m just not. No one knows what it feels like to look in the mirror and not know your body anymore. University of Memphis, I will see you even if I can’t walk. I need the energy.”
Afterward, fans eagerly posted messages of support for the reality star.
“I’m glad [you’re’] getting better,” someone tweeted. “Crazy thing is you would get out there and perform in a wheelchair fr. Love you.”
“Kimberly get some rest so you can make a full recovery!!!” another said. “Glad to hear the surgery went well and you are feeling better🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽 Love you and can’t wait to see you soon ❤❤❤.”
“Sending you prayers [for] a speedy healing and recovery,” an IG user said.
Another encouraged her to “take this time to get well love! We’ll be here!💖.”