When Memphitz called K. Michelle Pinocchio with claims of ‘making’ her, most wouldn’t assume that he meant that literally.
After being accused of being her abuser, Memphitz gave K. a dose of her own medicine with the blast he sent out via Instagram where he claims to have purchased her breasts, booty, and teeth.
In the video below, K. Michelle performs Whitney Houston’s Saving All My Love before the plastic. While the teeth and breasts are verifiably new, I’m not sure that I can say the same about her ass. If you compare her bum from then to now, it looks as though she might’ve gained a little weight in the caboose, but what do I know? What do you guys think?
Additionally, a petition to end the madness that is Love & Hip Hop Atlanta has started circulating the web.
After we made a ruckus about Basketball Wives, sponsors began to pull ads. Well, it’s that time again, folks.
While we should respect the perceptions and experiences of the men and women featured on “reality” television shows, networks are airing stories that could be very helpful for people to hear, but they are telling these stories in EXTREMELY dangerous ways.
We all know premium digital crack rock is ‘slanged’ in hoods other than VH1 (or TV for that matter); however, since VH1 has chosen to give us yet another beautifully blinged jewel of commercial exploitation (Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta), they might as well be the face of change.
Oh brother! If you’re interested in signing it, you can do so HERE.