Dear K Michelle:
You have been on my heart for a while now. So many things I want to say to you as a fan and a soror. I am going to explain a few things in detail, but if you don’t remember anything I say, please remember this:
God has given you a second chance to touch lives doing what you love – making music. You have a gift and a national platform that can be used to inspire women. Please don’t allow your anger to overshadow your talent or keep you from what God has for you.
I am not here to judge you. I am 1000% on #teamKMichelle.
I am a fan. I have been a fan since the day I heard you on my local radio station promoting “I Just Can’t Do This.” I didn’t hear the entire interview, but what I heard made me like K Michelle the person and I absolutely loved the song. After that single I didn’t really hear much else from you musically, but I do remember hearing rumblings about some label issues and then a domestic violence accusation. Having been around the industry for a while I took it all with a grain of salt and kept it moving. It didn’t change my opinion about you or your music.
Fast forward to the debut of Love and Hip Hop ATL. I saw you were going to be on the show and I was ecstatic. I was ready to hear more music from you. I knew that you being on the show meant we could expect to see you get back on track.
The second time is a charm. Sure enough you brought that fiyah the first show with “Bury My Heart.” Then you peeled back the curtain and gave us a peek inside of K Michelle the person. Again, I liked what I saw – a real sista trying to overcome obstacles. You gave us all of you – unfiltered, raw, passionate and filled with emotion. It’s that type of honesty that builds loyal fans.