CHICK CHAT: Unlike K. Michelle, I Can’t Accept That ‘All Men’ Cheat

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k-michelle-cheatingMy favorite morning radio show The Breakfast Club on Power 105.1 recently interviewed songstress and “LAHH: Atlanta’s” K. Michelle. The Memphis native is known to be an open book to the public eye, whether dishing her business in interviews or singing it to a jam available for purchase on iTunes—or both. So when I saw the tell-all budding starlet on the controversial, drama craving, gossip-chatting morning show, I knew that combination would make for juicy news to satisfy my nosey senses.

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K. Michelle chatted on all things current, including her thoughts on ‘LAHH’ and her belief that her cast mate Mimi Faust’s new beau is an undercover brother. She also gave more insight into her “relationship” with New York Knicks baller J.R. Smith. During their charade, it was very easy to keep up because they often tweeted their happenings.

Turns out that their flame quickly burned out when, according to K. Michelle, a picture of the two kissing in the club surfaced and J.R. Smith took to Twitter to let his groupies know that he and K. Michelle were not an item. K. Michelle said that Smith was upset with her because he thought she posted the pic and it triggered an uproar from his groupies. When co-host Charlamagne asked, “So listen, you move back to New York [and] J.R. Smith says he wants that old thing back. What do you do?”

She assured, “I’m not doing that because you purposely tried to hurt me. You may take him back if he cheats, they do little stuff like that.” The hostess of the morning show Angela Yee interjected to say, “Cheating is not little stuff.” K. Michelle then responded, “They all cheat, girl. They all cheat. I’m not going to be delusional and think they don’t, especially in that field.”

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