A viral clip of K. Michelle has the internet talking after she was seen turning up to Cardi B’s new single “Up.” As she was dancing she turned to one side, and something looked off with her butt. It appears that even K. Michelle noticed it as she was recording, because she put her hand down by her cheek to cover it up while turning her body in the opposite direction so people on her Instagram Live could no longer see it.
Unfortunately, it was too late, and a viewer had already screen-recorded the Live, posting a clip of it to Twitter, where it took off. One person wrote, “So we just going to ignore the fact that Kmichelle a– fell out on live,” and another person said, “#kmichelle a– fell down but it’s her trying to twirl her way out the camera.”
After seeing the comments people were making about her on social media, she decided to address them in seven lengthy Twitter posts. She said, “So the video of me dancing is sad that I even have 2explain. I walked y’all through how difficult this process of removing silicone from my body for 3YEARS/16 surgeries Did we not forget I almost died due 2this?????? Now i’m in the process of 3 reconstruction steps.”
Eleven minutes later she added, “I havent bothered anyone Ive been out of the way so What I dont understand is what was the purpose or what was so entertaining about a woman FINALLY bein able 2walk again with EXTRA fat from the removal.I saw the comments and of course it was Black women filled with so much hate.” She mentioned that she was very care-free when she got on Live and was aware of the extra fat that she has but she is not going to hide.
She also updated fans on the status of her surgeries regarding the removal of silicone from her butt. She said, “As far as my surgeries I have one left (I hope) but this skin removal is next week. So i’m focused on that. The surgeries drain me. I’m gearing up to be in the right head space. So if u saw where I was and where i’m at now you wouldn’t hate so hard.”
Michelle has had over four surgeries in 2018 and was still undergoing surgeries in the years following after suffering pain and life-threatening conditions due to the spread of silicone from her butt injections. The 34-year-old has been very open with her followers about her experience so that she can attempt to save other lives. She supposedly even has a show coming out on Lifetime where she will be helping other women remove silicone and fixed their botched bodies. In the last lengthy tweet, the “Can’t Raise A Man” singer revealed that she is in process of shooting the show “THIS MONTH.”