K. Michelle Says Love and Hip Hop Atlanta Producers Told Her She Acted Too Black


K. Michelle Says ‘Love and Hip Hop Atlanta’ Producers Told Her She Acted Too Black

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While K. Michelle used Instagram Live to interact with followers and fans recently, someone wrote to K. Michelle, “You are real.” K loved the comment and took a moment to reveal “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta” producers wanted her to switch up her style and attitude.

” I don’t like being fake. Did you notice the switch up? …When I was on ‘Love and Hip Hop,’ red wig? I was like this, ‘Whoppty whoop, whoopty whoop, whoopty whoop!’ I was real honest. Then they told me I was too black. And then I start tryin’ to change. They kept tellin me I was too black.

“I’m black. It ain’t nothing you can do. Ain’t no bleaching going on. I’m just a black girl. I’m a African-American girl who’s smart, educated, talented, and don’t take no s***. It’s not a very difficult concept to grasp, you know?”

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  1. Nessa

    April 2, 2017 at 4:57 pm

    As ratchet as the first season of LHHATL was? They got some nerve if this is true.

  2. Queen

    April 2, 2017 at 5:04 pm

    I don’t understand why they would tell her that considering the rest of the cast.

  3. Anonymous

    April 2, 2017 at 5:20 pm

    They probably told her this because they were trying to look out for her. Unlike the people on the show who have no real talent, she actually had something to lose.

    • Huh

      April 2, 2017 at 6:10 pm

      This is what I’m thinking but acting too black? It just shows you what Mona and the other producers really think about black people. But it’s not like we needed more evidence.

  4. Hater

    April 2, 2017 at 5:31 pm

    When are people going to figure out the whole “keeping it real” shtick is overrated?

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