K. Michelle Says She’s Leaving “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta”
(NEW YORK) -- K. Michelle is back for the second season of VH1's Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, which premieres Monday, but says she won't be doing a third season.
The 27-year-old has admittedly fought with every cast member this season, and the singer confirmed to ABC News Radio she's done with it.
"If I know something is unhealthy for me why keep doing it," K. Michelle said. "I'm not saying that I'm not dealing with other ventures with VH1 and Mona [Scott Young, the creator]. ...You might see me in Love & Hip Hop New York. You never know."
K. Michelle has gotten herself into some sticky situations while prepping for her upcoming album Rebellious Soul, which is set to hit shelves in August. Last month while filming scenes for the upcoming season of Love & Hip Hop, reports surfaced that a fight broke out backstage at K. Michelle's New York City concert where she threw a bouquet of flowers at Mimi Faust's face.
"You know I recently spoke with Mimi -- I can't give the show away -- but I did apologize to her because at no means is it ever appropriate to slap somebody," she said. "Especially with my mom being there and that being my first sold out show at B. B. King's and that's very monumental for an artist and for you to come to my event; I don't do that. But I will take the responsibility...I should've just walked away from Mimi instead of making her smell the flowers."
The two began bumping heads after K. Michelle said that Mimi's boyfriend Niko appeared to be gay. And since Niko wasn't at the premiere party for Love & Hip Hop, which was held in Atlanta earlier this week, have Niko and Mimi split?
"I can't tell you that," K. Michelle said, before adding, "You know I'm always right in my beliefs. You know, I'm very intuitive to things and to people. Yeah. That's for you guys to find out; for her to tell."
Still, that doesn't mean that viewers can expect to see K. Michelle make up and play nice with every cast member. She's still at it with Rasheeda, who is now expecting her second child.
"I have no respect for her. I hope her child doesn't have the same morals as her and her husband," K. Michelle told ABC News Radio. "The world is already messed up enough. We don't even need another seed that has no morals, no nothing."
And she doesn't have kind words for new cast member, DJ Tracy Steele, who fans will get to know along with boyfriend, DJ Babey Drew.
"She's an opportunist. I have no problem with this lady but I can tell an opportunist when I see one. She'll do whatever she's told to stay on that camera," she dished.
K. Michelle feels her fellow cast members' insecurity issues ultimately led her to quit the show.
"I think it's a lot of jealousy between my cast members, and they can't say it's not," she explained. "It's not my fault that God didn't give them no talent. That's not my fault that you didn't take your platform and do something else with it."
Catch K. Michelle throwing more shade when Love & Hip Hop Atlanta's second season premieres Monday, April 22, at 8 p.m. Eastern time.
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