Though she may have seemed like one of the most out-of-control personalities of the “Love & Hip Hop” franchise, K.Michelle said her co-stars were actually worse.
“If you asked the producers of the show, they’ll tell you that I was actually the calmest one on the show. I just had the best climax. So that’s what you got to see,” K.Michelle told Arsenio Hall on his late-night talk show.
While she joked about being “very humble and soft spoken,” K. said viewers she met on the street helped her realize she definitely wasn’t coming across that way.
“I realized when I was walking down the street and people would run to the other side, that they might not have perceived it as good all the time,” she said about her reality TV persona. “They think I’m mean.”
K.Michelle bumped heads with more than one of her former “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” co-stars, but she reasoned that anyone would have responded the same way if faced with the same circumstances she faced.
“You would react the same way as me to a lot of those situations. I’m just bold enough to do it your face and not care,” she said.
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