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K Michelle Talks About Leaving VH1′s “Love And Hip-Hop”

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While in her new New York City home, K. Michelle called into the Morning Maddhouse to talk about her new projects in the works for 2014 including her latest single “Can’t Raise A Man” and opening up for Robin Thicke on tour.

K. Michelle announced that she will no longer be a part of VH1′s “Love & Hip Hop” because she is about to start filming her new show.

After releasing “Rebellious Soul,” she was proud of releasing her first album but she did think that it wasn’t ready to be released.  The label thought otherwise and released the album even with only one single released, but to K. Michelle’s surprise, the album is doing really well.

Once the album became successful, she decided to hit the road on a national “Rebellious Soul” tour.  And now she’ll hit the road with Robin Thicke to open up the tour.  But don’t expect her to twerk on Robin Thicke like Miley Cyrus did on the MTV Video Music Awards.

“I don’t need Paula [Patton] coming for me too, so there will be no twerking!,” says K. Michelle.

Along with her new VH1 show, she’s converting her “Rebelious Soul” album into a musical that will air on the same TV station.  K. Michelle says it’ll be a ‘female version of R. Kelly’s “Trapped In The Closet.’”

K. Michelle is the mother of a boy and loves motherhood. Her son is now playing basketball and she says that she hates basketball now because it is a lot to do, but she loves her and support her son.  K. Michelle wants to even adopt a child, and her son let her know she wants his mom to adopt a girl.

Stay tune to for K. Michelle’s new show coming soon, and if you haven’t gotten her album “Rebellious Soul”, go out and support a young lady doing what she loves to do.

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