Whether you love her or hate her, K. Michelle keeps it real. You’ve got to respect that.
The songstress has never denied that her oversized cakes are the result of butt enhancement surgery, but now she appears to be regretting the procedure. In a new interview with B. Scott, K. Michelle opens up about plastic surgery, the negative effect her large bottom has had on her career, and possibly getting her normal shape back.
Check out the highlights below.
On how her killer curves impact her acting career: “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.”
On why she regrets her butt enhancement: “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!”
On not being able to wear designer clothes: “I can’t wear designer clothes. It’s always a problem when it comes to designers and like when they have to get stuff to fit my body. That’s one thing, I’ve always had a big butt. You can ask anyone in college.”
On her advice for other women: “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 won’t want it anymore — you just don’t want it anymore!”
For more, watch the clip of her interview with B. Scott below.