‘The Sign Tho’: Vulgar Signage In K. Michelle’s Photo Takes Fans Aback

K. Michelle is grabbing lots of attention from fans for a recent Instagram post for more reasons than one.

The singer and “Love & Hip Hop Hollywood” star uploaded a photo to her Instagram page on Sunday, April 7 sitting on a stool in a recording booth casually sipping a beverage out of a plastic red cup.

“Red cup pimpin💋,” she captioned the post.

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K. Michele. (@kmichellemusic/Instagram)

However, the dimly lit photo also included a neon sign that read, “No sucking d–k for songs allowed.”

It certainly grabbed the attention of fans.

“That Sign tho😂”

“😂😂 Hey man that sign just gave me life.”

“That sign needs a FEATURE it self..😂”

“The sign is everything.”

Others focused on the fact that the star was in a recording booth and remarked about how ready they are to hear the country-inspired tune Michelle teased on Instagram Live that same day.

“Hold up! That new song with you yodeling is 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 I cannot wait. 💙💙💙”

“We want the track sis. Give us the song.”

“Where it the yodeling song 😫😫😫 I NEED IT KIM I LOVE YOU.”

“Ummmm is the yodel song available now 👀👀👀👀😍😍😍”

The song fans are dying to hear is an upbeat tune the star debuted on her Instagram Live stream. It sounds like a love song, an ode to being dedicated to the man in a woman’s life.

“Yodelayheehoo, standing on the mountain top with you,” Michelle crooned on the track as she mimed along on the video.

The music had fans going wild in the comments section.

“Shut it down K!!! 🔥🔥🔥 Dominate those country charts!!!”

“Gone head K and crossover! You are so gifted 🔥.”

“I love that her voice sounds so natural for country music 💕.”

“I love how versatile she is. She’s a musical genius💛 this is 🔥.”

Michelle has had ties to country music before, and yodeling in particular. She obtained a music scholarship to attend Florida A&M University by yodeling. And in 2015, she fired off tweets against music executives who tried to pigeon hole her in one genre.

“I’m sick of executives telling me I can’t sing certain songs because I’m black. I grew up on country, let me sing,” she said at the time.

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