[Video] K.Michelle Says Her Entire Album Is About JR Smith + Questions Sexuality of Mimi Faust’s New Boyfriend

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If there’s one thing that reality star/singer K.Michelle is going to do, it’ tell you how she feels. This week, the Memphis native, who is one of the stars of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, visited the Breakfast Club dishing on her new album (Rebellious Soul), what really happened with NBA baller J.R. Smith, along with her thoughts on the sexuality of Mimi Faust’s new man. Check out a few excerpts.

On what inspired her new album, ‘Rebellious Soul’: 

That whole album is about that boy [JR Smith]. When dudes use us for coochie, I use them for songs.
On if she essentially got played in her relationship with JR: 
Yeah, man he played me. I was in love. I was so open dude, I was ready to cook breakfast naked. I was ready to sit own. I was very sincere. He was so persistent. I was going thru my angry black woman syndraome, it was lot of nagging, a lot of fussing.
On if she considers herself the old Keyshia Cole and Mary J. Blige, singing out of anger and pain: 
I have a lot of women that come up to me like ‘I hate my boyfriend! Thank you.’
On what her role will be this season on Love and Hip Hop Atlanta: 
We’re into the six episode and I’ve cursed everyone out.
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On conflict that she’s had already this season: 
Mimi has a new boyfriend, I think he’s downlow. That’s my opinion. Normal stuff I wouldn’t be in the middle of. I really just wanna be in the studio.
On if she likes Tahiry Jones’ (of Love & Hip Hop New York) new song:
No i don’t like that record, but i love her.
On rumors that she’s moving to New York: 
I love it here. The city is so big. New people, new personalities. Atlanta- i’m just over it.
On why she didn’t perform a few months ago, at Lyfe Jennings’ show:  
Yo, I was so wrong for that. I was like ‘No he’s gonna go on first, he’s been in jail.’ I ended up saying I would go on. I’ve learned as an artist, regardless of anything your, fans are first.
Check out the full interview below.