K. Michelle was stepping on necks this past Thursday. The R&B singer gave fans a hard look at her body in her latest beauty post. Her figure appeared to have nearly broken the internet, and people referred to her physique as the epitome of “body goals.”
The former “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” cast member posted her steamy photo to Instagram on April 2. She wore a two-piece snakeskin ensemble and pinned her black tresses up in a bun. The Tennessee native was serious about shutting the internet down with her appearance. Her fans complimented her for both her “boss-like” attitude and curvy body.
“Come through boss lady! You are serving up body goals😍,” a fan encouraged.
A second user said, “Bodyyyyy🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤.”
“Body looks amazing 🌻🌻🌻🌻,” a third fan wrote.
“How are you so beautiful and perfect ‼️💯,” a fourth asked.
“Ooop mama thick thick 💜😻,” a fifth gushed.
A sixth commented, “Ok give em hips momma 😭❤️❤️❤️.”
The reality star seemingly is flaunting her body a lot more on social media since removing her silicone butt implants in 2019. The mother of one underwent six plastic surgeries and two blood transfusions since the implants. Michelle thought going under the knife would enhance her career. “I wanted to look like a Coke bottle,” she said in an interview with People.
At some point she heard about a man in Atlanta who injected women’s butts and hips with silicone. Michelle revealed that the man was not a doctor and was illegally performing surgeries on people. She explained that she was content with her butt implants during the first five years that she had them. However, a few years ago, she started having migraines, fatigue, and back pain.
Doctors encouraged the “Can’t Raise A Man” hitmaker to remove her implants. Her physician noticed that her silicone had spread down to her legs and was damaging her tissue. Since reversing the implants, the star appears to appreciate her natural bottom. “I’m happy with my body. It’s nowhere near the ideal that I had before, but when it’s all said and done it’s going to be my body,” she said.