Did the Pied Piper chop down Love And Hip-Hop’s loudest mouth???
K. Michelle has always referred to R.Kelly as her mentor and “idol” but it sounds like there might have been just as much pleasure as there was business between the two singer/songwriters.
In 2011 interview with The Urban Daily she said:
How did you link up with R. Kelly?
Well actually, I was supposed to sign with him first through Jive, and what ended up happening was I went in the building and Wayne Williams took a great interest in me. And from there, after I signed with Jive, a week later they took me to R. Kelly.
How did the relationship form from there?
He’s a comedian; he’s hilarious! He either likes you or he doesn’t. So thank God he liked me. And we’ve been friends ever since.
Were you nervous?
Oh absolutely. Because I had looked up to him for years, and I really wanted to be able to sing different topics. And my label signed me as a female R.Kelly, because he topic I came in singing about was so off the wall. So they were like, “Okay. Now you can meet your idol. And when you go in here, if he doesn’t like you, don’t get your feelings hurt.” I was shaking. But he was so … he was just cool. The first thing he asked me when he saw me was, “Are you a stripper?”
Legit question if you ask us…
When “The Arrah” appeared on The Morning Grind with Rashan Ali on Streetz 94.5 in Atlanta the R&B he got noticably hot-and-bothered when the subject of Love And Hip-Hop’s K. Michelle was broached
Listen to the clip below, do you think he was chopping that down?
Drunken studio shenanigans? Sounds like “V.S.O.P.” has a whole new meaning…
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