K Michelle

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Every other week K. Michelle appears to have a new career game plane. Lucky for her, even her most extreme of changes can be undone — even her plastic surgery.

That’s right, the figure K. strategically carved out to make it big in the music biz is the very thing she now wants to change in order to be taken more seriously. That means it’s time to say goodbye to the blown-up booty that can only rival the likes of Nicki Minaj.

Speaking exclusively to B. Scott, K. Michelle explained her decision to go under the knife yet again, this time not for enhancements but de-hancements, so to speak:

“I have like movies and different things [I’m working on], and I was having a real conversation with Tyrese — we’re really like great friends. I was telling him about my butt, how I hate being typecasted because my bottom is so heavy — not saying I don’t love myself, but…you know.

For me, I want my normal shape back.

For me, and my career right now, and me doing business — like really being on the frontline in business — I don’t need to have a man looking down at my ass when I’m trying to talk numbers. I don’t need to not be able to get the role. Like, I wanna be in Jurassic Park!  Let me be in Jurassic Park! I don’t need to not be able to run through Jurassic Park because my ass is too heavy. Before the dinosaurs come to eat me, I need to be able to go!

That’s more than a fair concern. In fact, the visual of K. Michelle attempting to run in an action flick like Jurassic Park is actually quite comical and unrealistic. But what isn’t funny is the singer not thinking about any of this before she decided to fashion her body into such an unnatural form to begin with. The question that now lingers is what will K. Michelle do to her body next if this change doesn’t open up any doors? For her, that decision isn’t all that difficult or final, as she had this to say about other women considering going under the knife as she has:

“I would say if you have the coins to put it in, have the coins to take it out. That’s really what I would [say]. No, really — because it might be a phase! I would tell [other girls], don’t go and do what you see people doing. But, if that’s what you want to do — if that’s the body you want — go get the body you want! Nothing is wrong with it. But, if you don’t want it anymore — you just don’t want it anymore!”

K. Michelle may have the coins and the claim that she loves her body but the constant poking and prodding tells another story. I won’t pretend to know the pressure the industry places on women to be a certain ideal but I also know if you keep changing your body with the trends you’ll never come into your true essence. At the end of the day, that’ll likely be K. Michelle’s downfall when it comes to making it big, not her looks.

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  • Darkness901

    I made this point in previous comments. A lot of these celebrities alter their bodies to become successful in the industry. They don’t realize until later that the alteration were not only unnecessary, but they cause more harm to their overall career. Not to mention the health risks that come with the changes.

    I never took K. Michelle serious because of the way she carried herself. Removing her implants won’t change my personal opinion of her. If you have to alter yourself to help promote your talents; then, your talents are lost in the mix.

    K. Michelle has already created an image for herself. I don’t see her getting any major parts in any movie that is a blockbuster. But this is just my opinion. I’m pretty sure she could care less what I think.

  • i mean

    I don’t dislike K Michelle because of her implants, I dislike her because she does and says terrible things.

  • Mr. Z

    you know, the irony in all this is the assumption that men will take her seriously, which i find to be a joke… and no one wants to be the butt of the joke.

    • Mico

      You wrong for that lmao.

  • gull2861

    too bad she couldn’t replace it with an attitude transplant.

  • binks

    You would think she would removed them because SHE wants too not because men would take her seriously which is dumb because a man is going to think what he wants regardless of how you look. I saw some of the photos of her from the recent BET award and her lower half looked deformed. But despite her reasoning, I hope the tide is turning with these ridiculous fake butts because 9/10 they don’t look good and highly disproportionate. Your natural figures will always look better than an overly fake one

    • Mico

      Yes. She claims she had it put in for herself and now just wants a change, but she really just wants it so dudes can take her seriously??? I don’t get that. I guess with me being plus size, dark chocolate, and natural haired for most of my life, I had to learn to see the beauty in me. No matter what others may think or say about me, I know god made me and all my features, gorgeous and in his image. I may have body envy sometimes, but just accept that bodies are different. I have never wanted any type of plastic surgery and wish people wouldn’t feel the need for it (unless its like reconstructive). After actually having medically necessary surgery, this need to redesign what God gave you, simply for image, further confounds me.