After going live with fans and dancing carefreely, someone recorded and shared the clip in an effort to show off the apparent deformity in K’s buttocks. The video, seen posted below by ItsOnsite, was then shared countless times online.
Fans immediately tweeted to K. Michelle, asking her if she saw the clip and she responded, “what stood out was Black Women like you so excited to see someone else’s pain.”
The “VSOP” singer went on to explain her frustrations with people making fun of her botched implants.
“So the video of me dancing is sad that I even have 2explain, she tweeted. “I walked y’all through how difficult this process of removing silicone from my body for 3YEARS/16 surgeries Did we not forget I almost died due 2this?????? Now i’m in the process of 3 reconstruction steps.”
What u saw in the video was a happy woman with a faja and my extra fat! I’ve been very open so I can heal ladies. I didn’t have to tell anybody and I could’ve covered up until the process was done,but NO. Ladies need to see and hear the truth. I decided to use my platform to help.
I havent bothered anyone Ive been out of the way so What I dont understand is what was the purpose or what was so entertaining about a woman FINALLY bein able 2walk again with EXTRA fat from the removal.I saw the comments and of course it was Black women filled with so much hate.
Back in January, K announced she’s been working on a new reality show and now we know a bit more about it. After addressing critics, K revealed she’s executive produced the show with Lifetime.
I am the executive producer and host of a new show on Lifetime Networks shooting THIS MONTH that only focuses on silicone removal and botched surgeries. I had to do something 2save some people’s life. So get ready to tune in and see MY surgery ups and downs and others