R&B artist K. Michelle left fans confused with a recent video she posted this week.
On Saturday, the 35-year-old singer shared a post of herself performing a few of her old classics onstage, such as “Love Em All” and “V.S.O.P.” The video appeared as if it could have been a throwback clip from her 2018 “The People I Used to Know” tour, although fans wondered if it was a more recent video.
She was promoting her upcoming performances in Florida, Washington, Tennessee and Illinois, writing in her Instagram video caption on March 23, “Let’s have fun Florida A&M University March 30. See you April 20 at Warner Theatre in DC, April 26, live in concert in Nashville, and Chicago I’ll you May 11! See y’all there. I’m hitting the road a little before your🎤!”
Fans were curious to know if K. Michelle’s video of her performance was recent or old after noticing that her physique was a little curvier than usual. They compared her frame to her body since it became implant-free.
“Wait this look like the old KM,” one fan commented. “Is this recent 🤦🏾?”
“I thought she removed the Booty pads😣,” another added. “Addicted to bod transforming after all those tears.”
“Love the outfit but I though she got rid of the butt implants 👀,” someone else commented.
The “Crazy Like You” singer never confirmed if she reverted back to butt implants or if the video clip of her performance was old. However, others assured readers that the snippet was old and said K. Michelle’s body isn’t nearly as curvy today as it looks in the video.
In June 2018, the mother of one opened up about undergoing four surgical procedures to remove her illegal butt injections. She told People magazine, that the silicone spread throughout parts of her lower body, damaging her tissue and threatening her overall health.
“It’s the scariest thing in life, and I’m a tough girl,” she said. “I had these lumps and I was very disfigured.”
She continued, “I’ve gone through a physical transformation, a mental transformation, I think I’m more tough. I don’t take a minute for granted. And hopefully this [transformation] will go on through the rest of my life and not just through this healing process, but so people can tell the difference in my fight. It’s even stronger.”